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 Intermittent Water Drop Sound
Author: jignesh5 (VA)

I hear intermittent ( or mostly first time, Once, morning or may be after a long time of no use of the bathroom) in the room below my bathroom.

It comes only when flush has been run or faucet is running. However, I am unable to reproduce the sound after few seconds even after I flush it repeatedly or keep running the faucet.

What could be wrong and how to at least narrow down the issue without opening up drywall?

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 Re: Intermittent Water Drop Sound
Author: packy (MA)

running hot water can make pipes expand and actually move a tiny bit. his can cause a noise that might be interpreted as a drip-drip-drip.
BUT you say it happens when you flush the toilet ????

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