Jerry : Welcome to JA!
Jerry : try turning the valve at the wall for the toilet off.
but the noise is coming from the kitchen
Jerry : kitchen faucet or pipes?
Jerry : ok. try turning off the toilet.
Jerry : the fill valve on the toilet is known for making weird noises when going bad.
still noisy the only thing that stops the noise is running the kitchen faucet
Jerry : Single handle faucet?
Jerry : Brand?
moen and it is old
the noise seems to shake the whole house
Jerry : You'll probably need to turn off the water under the sink then get a 1225 cartridge for your faucet.
I have tried to turn off the water, I can't get it to stop completely
Jerry : Its leaking through the hot to cold most likely
so what can I do tonight so I can go to bed?
Jerry : So the turn offs also need work? Well you can either turn off your house or leave the water slightly on in the kitchen until you can get it fixed
I finally got the water turned off under the sink. I was turning the wrong knob before.However, when I turned it off the noise got louder than ever. Again, only running water stops it.
Jerry : There must be a fixture leaking do You have an outside hose near the kitchen?
Jerry : check it for leaks Customer:
oh my gosh! I t was the outside hose...it was dribbling but is off now, and the noise has stopped. Why did this happen? Do I need to call a plumber tomorrow....do I still have a problem?
Jerry : great! could have been bumped? if it turns off without leaking its fine. Just may not have got turned off completely
What caused the noise?
Jerry : Just water traveling through small places. Could have a little junk in the line or some loose pipes vibration. If it doesn't occur during normal use I wouldn't worry.