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Loud bang beneath the house, lights flickered

A loud bang combined with a breaker tripping is cause for concern. If the house has a basement, try to follow the line that tripped to see if you can find the damage. If you can live without that ...
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How can I fix the noise caused by this hot water heating pipe and my wall?

It sounds like thermal expansion to me. Which means that it is rubbing against things and the friction holds it back for moments until it overcomes it and then repeats. Padding will certainly help. ...
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How can I fix the noise caused by this hot water heating pipe and my wall?

Yes, thermal expansion of pipes against supports is a common reason for noise, and that certainly could be the place it's coming from, though it could also be in the concealed space if you have not ...
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How to reduce loud noises in Haier air conditioning/heat unit?

I would not accept that a new unit needs to be modified to reduce functions for the purpose of noise abatement. Any loud rumble is not normal for any AC unit. The most likely culprit is the fan. It ...
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