12:32AM | 04/15/10
Member Since: 04/14/10
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It sounds like someone is opening and closing a faucet real fast. Nobody is in any of the bathrooms. This noise occurs approx. every five minutes both night and day. I see no signs of water being released. If I stand in one bathroom the sounds appears to be coming from the other and vice versa.

Can anyone give me a clue as to what is happening?


03:00AM | 04/15/10
Member Since: 07/22/04
535 lifetime posts
if it's a single home most likely one of the toilet flappers is leaking causing the tank to keep asking for a refill.

it this is an apartment building it could be the toilet above or below you.


08:05AM | 04/15/10
Member Since: 04/14/10
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Thank you for your response. I will get my handyman to check out the flapper.


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