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Answered 2010-09-03 20:12:40

They shake because, the water exerts pressure when running in the pipes

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the hot water pips shake because it is passing water throw them and when they do that it can shake and rummble lol



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Funny Not really usually but if you do, then you have yourself really thin pipes. Its not that its a problem, its just that your pipes are thin and not that thick. I f i were you i would get myself some thick pipes


The water pipes are not fastened securely, causing a condition known as water hammer. Envision yourself running toward a doorway and just as you get there someone slams it in your face. Bam! Same with water when you turn off a faucet suddenly and the pipes are not fastened properly.


Strap and secure pipe to stop shake and noise. Drop in pressure is normal. Try using water on off peak times (if city water).


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They are probably not strapped in the wall. If you have a quick closing faucet, there may be water hammer.



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