Faucets shut-off causing refrig to bang
I think I have a water hammer problem, but I don't know how to solve it properly. About 70% of the faucets when shut off (and sometimes turning on now) are causing my refrigerator to have a banging sound. The volume of the sound is dependent on how fast the water is shut-off.
I plan to buy water hammer arrester, but I don't know where is the proper place to install them, since it's the shut-offs elsewhere that is causing the refrig to bang. I also tried draining the entire house plumbing system, but that only helped for a couple of weeks. I just found out that dissembling and re-installing the angle stops for each faucet will help. Is that going to work?
Or shall I simply disconnect the water supply line to my refrig to prevent a serious future break in my plumbing?