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Old 12-19-2020, 07:24 PM   #1
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Water Pipes Bang Loud

I have searched this forum with multiple phrases but nothing came up. When we run water in our Jayco Eagle HT 30.5 CKTS the pipes in the wall between the bathroom and the kitchen make loud banging noises. It is really annoying and we have insulated every pipe we have access to. Anyone else have this problem and were able to conquer it??? It is driving me insane!
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Take a look in the cabinet above the hutch on that wall. The back wall of that cabinet my have a couple of screws holding it in place. If there is screws there that is an access panel to your plumbing lines and the shower fixture.
Another option is to remove the back wall of your basement, pass thru storage, and that should allow you access to those lines that go up into that wall.
My Northpoint has an access panel in the cabinet for the shower fixture. I've had to pull it off to replace my shower fixture.
Give that a whirl and let us know...
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Take a look in the cabinet above the hutch on that wall. The back wall of that cabinet my have a couple of screws holding it in place. If there is screws there that is an access panel to your plumbing lines and the shower fixture.
Another option is to remove the back wall of your basement, pass thru storage, and that should allow you access to those lines that go up into that wall.
My Northpoint has an access panel in the cabinet for the shower fixture. I've had to pull it off to replace my shower fixture.
Give that a whirl and let us know...
I was thinking to take the medicine cabinet out. I will give that a try. We have insulated all the pipes in the basement. Hopefully this works! Thanks a bunch! Will keep you posted!
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