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Kirk has been working on the rental apartment downstairs and turned off the water in the bathroom. I don't know if this is related, but our kitchen faucet has started vibrating whenever the water is on. Now it's starting to vibrate whenever I run the bathtub.

I think there may be air trapped in the pipes, and that he needs to turn the water back on in the downstairs apartment, then blow out the pipes by turning on all the faucets full blast and letting the water run for about ten minutes. Does that sound right?

Uhura
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>>>Kirk has been working on the rental apartment downstairs and turned off the water in the bathroom. I don't know if this is related, but our kitchen faucet has started vibrating whenever the water is on. Now it's starting to vibrate whenever I run the bathtub.

I think there may be air trapped in the pipes, and that he needs to turn the water back on in the downstairs apartment, then blow out the pipes by turning on all the faucets full blast and letting the water run for about ten minutes. Does that sound right?<<<

Might help. Won't hurt.

Getting air out of pipes should take about nine minutes less, though.

Doug
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