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Why do faucets whine?

A whine from a faucet is usually caused by a loose washer. The air needs to be pushed out of the pipes if there is not a loose washer. The water faucet needs to be turned on. ... Any air in the pipe will be flushed out when the main water valve is turned back on.

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