Originally Posted by CallMeVilla
This can also be cause by a worn pressure reducing valve. This valve reduces the high pressure from the city to a pressure which is approriate for your house. When they get old, they sometimes get sticky, causing sudden water pressure changes ... or even slow changes resulting in what can be heard as a hum or a whine. Locate the valve, get a friend to go flush the toilet, listen at the valve for the sound. Your next step would be to replace it if the source seems obvious. You can learn how (not a newbie task) or hire a competent handyman to do it.
hey you! long time no chat! lol i finally got the light bulbs changed. hey I have a question about that. remember when i said I had removed the whole fixture? well there was some foam between the light fixture and the ceiling . . is that supposed to stay there? because I removed it because ai couod not see the screws to attach the fixture to the ceiling.
And thanks again for your help here too! this app is going to be my bible and new best friend with you guys here to help! woohooo!