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Old 07-02-2014, 03:21 PM   #11
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Get a pool noodle, cut to 8" lengths or so, split up the middle and wrap the lines any place they make contact with the floor, wall or cabinets. Easy and cheap!
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Old 07-03-2014, 07:43 AM   #12
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Is it possible that when you rehooked up the lines that you reversed them? And now have the suction line on the outflow side?
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Get a pool noodle, cut to 8" lengths or so, split up the middle and wrap the lines any place they make contact with the floor, wall or cabinets. Easy and cheap!
It wasn't a pool noodle I used, but household hotwater pipe insulation. $0.42 for 6ft. thanks for the idea.

Everything is back installed and is a bit quieter than before. the only thing left to do would be to add some egg-crate insulation to the cabinet sides surrounding the pump.

- I wrapped one of the flex pump hoses in insulating foam, the put a double coil in it between the pump and the hard piping.

- I used more insulating foam and a length of plumber's tape to the hard pipe.

- I replaced the cold water filter to the kitchen sink and lengths of hard pipe with another flex hose.

If I can figure out how to post pictures, I will get them posted.

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