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Heating pipe is whistling very loud
I live an a fifth floor apartment (top floor) and my roommate and I each have a heating pipe (I think that’s what it would be called) in our rooms.
Simply put it is making a a blowing, whistling sound. Think of a tea pot sound right before it starts to whistle crisply. Then it usually ends with a gargling sound of water.
The land lord said there is nothing that can be done but this seems like there is a problem with the system?
Ideas I’ve heard are:
The system isn’t letting enough air/ steam out
There is too much water in the system
Do any or both of those seem plausible?
Please help it wakes us up every night