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David1990zx00 Member Posts: 3
Question- the heating system plumbs are behindthe wall, that separates the bedroom and the kitchen. When the cold water is overlapped, i hear some screaming sound and it's pretty annoying. I checked the plumbery, no vacuum section that can produce such a sound, what can it be?

The second question:
who can consult about the multi fuel stove like this? Friend told that it's better and more economical then wood burning stoves, but i'm doubting about that and i need a meaning of one of the owners.


  • methew
    methew Member Posts: 1
    Hey david it's good that heating system is separates the bedroom and the kitchen and the noise you heared is just because of when water is going to boil there will became a layer of steam on water so the steam goes into pipe just because boil water is light and produce a sound like that so that is the noise you hear.