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  1. HVAC
    Hello DIY Chatroom! I recently installed a NEST thermostat to my Lennex HVAC system. Related or unrelated, I noticed since i installed the thermostat, that my air conditioner (outside) has been humming more and is now making a rattle which can be heard all the way thru the lines in my basement...
  2. Appliances
    Hi All, I've got a Kenmore clothes washer (model 110.92284100). It will fill, but when you'd expect it to start agitating, all I get is a humming sound from the bottom of the washer. My intuition tells me that the motor is dead (we've had the washer for 10+ years), and that it's time to buy a...
  3. Electrical
    I installed a new hanging light fixture with 4 LED lights that was on a dimmer. It made a humming sound so I went to the hardware store and bought a new dimmer made for LED lights and installed it, and the light still hums. Did I do something wrong? The light uses 24.5 watts total and the dimmer...
  4. Plumbing
    Hello all, I have a problem with my cold supply line humming when I run my spigot that goes to my back yard. The spigot is the highest point in the cold supply other than where it branches off and heads up stairs to fixtures. The humming starts almost right when I turn the spigot on, and stops...
  5. Plumbing
    When we flush the toilet or run water in our home there is a humming/vibrating sound after the toilet tank fills and that water shuts off. It started a few weeks ago and progressively gotten worse. Any ideas as to what the problem may be? I am trying to avoid the need to call a plumber if...
  6. HVAC
    Last week we replaced the compressor fan motor on our 5 year old Amana system. We discovered that one night the fan stopped running and would not kick back on, no matter how much time we killed the power to the unit. I have a friend of a friend who is a licensed HVAC technician who came out...
  7. Electrical
    We recently started having this humming/vibrating noise. We thought it was the sump pum coming on but finally traced it to wiring in the ceiling that leads to a light fixture (in the hallway). It's not like the sound is always there non stop. It's more like it will hum/vibrate for a few...
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