Hi Can anyone advise me why my toilet would make so much noise when flushed and filling? I have a toilet without an overflow. It doesn't take long to fill up again but I hear the noise down in the kitchen an dthroughout the house. I have opened the cistern and it looks fine. I have not yet looked in the loft but do have two different tanks - partly why I haven't gone up there yet. Any guidance would be great.
I would have said it was just rushing water and if the neighbour hadn't complained I would normally just have said 'that's what toilets do'. I can hear the rushing water in the kitchen, where the mains kicks in, then feel the water through the floor of the bathroom as it rushes to refill the cistern, I assume from the tank, and a small roar whilst it is filling the cistern. I don't recognise any fog horn, screeching, whistling or vibrations that people report so am not even sure there is a problem but wanted to get some advise. Thanks for your time
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