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the pipes coming from the pump on the central heating are

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the pipe's coming from the pump on the central heating are making a vibrating noise
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Plumbing
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Expert:  Brian replied 4 years ago.
Hi my name is Brian. this can be due to a number of things. first check that the pipe clips are still secure to the wall. if they are it could be air rushing round the system, so bleed all the radiators with the boiler switched off. Or it could be your pump failing.
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