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hdtvtechno22

join:2008-08-22
Chicago, IL
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Re: Wall mounted a/c units

Ok since thats done..
can someone tell me why my shower head is the bathroom is making sounds like a tea kettle whistle sounds whenever i turn on the shower.. soo annoying!
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leibold
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said by hdtvtechno22:

can someone tell me why my shower head is the bathroom is making sounds like a tea kettle whistle sounds whenever i turn on the shower

Not sure whether you are serious, but perhaps you need to check the temperature setting on your water heater. It is only supposed to produce hot water not steam!

Does it still make that noise if you temporarily remove the shower head ?
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hdtvtechno22

join:2008-08-22
Chicago, IL

yes im serious..its a bathtub and shower in one.. when i turn on the water and then pull the lever for the shower to turn on ..the whistling starts..
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Juggernaut
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join:2006-09-05
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Sounds like harmonics from one of the taps, or a restriction (water saver crap?) in the shower head.

Check head first, and then hot/cold water alone.
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Beezel

join:2008-12-15
Las Vegas, NV
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said by hdtvtechno22:

Ok since thats done..
can someone tell me why my shower head is the bathroom is making sounds like a tea kettle whistle sounds whenever i turn on the shower.. soo annoying!

A possible restriction in the shower head. Remove and clean and try. Or possible air entering the line somewhere.


hdtvtechno22

join:2008-08-22
Chicago, IL

ok i'll check it out

I also noticed there are holes in between the a/c wall sleeve and the bricks outside on the exterior wall of the hose.. have to patch those too!

what do you recommend i use?
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Leander, TX
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I would use a urethane sealant. Second choice would probably be silicone.