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My Hartell condensation pump makes a loud, thumping noise when it is not pumping water out to the sink. The noise speeds up before eventually stopping, and then a few seconds later the pump turns on. It appears that the noise is coming from the check valve, and as the pump is drawing water from the humidifier it is also sucking air back from the tubing that runs to the sink. The HVAC company has said this is what is happening and I believe they are correct. When I cover the end of the tubing, within a few seconds the noise stops and when I pull my finger from the tubing I can feel a small vacuum has been created. I actually changed the check valve once and it didn't make a difference. The HVAC company has suggested that I pay them to install a second check valve along the line to stop the air intake, but I really don't want to pay them more money for this after I already paid a few hundred dollars to have this installed. Any thoughts?

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