The sewer pipe on my building makes a huge noise whenever someone flushes the toilet. Apparently there is not enough air input in the pipe and whenever someone flushes the toilet this causes vacuum and noise. I assume that with the noise there is also vibration. Can this cause permanaent damage on the pipe?


It's unlikely to damage your pipe, but the problem could be air in the system. You may have an old pipe underground that has a break in it.

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