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My Rinnai is too noisy, attached to sheet rock garage wall but other side is a bedroom. Grandaughter is afraid to sleep in that bedroom. Rinnai rep says the noise is normal....

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Is this a rinnai water heater if so the noise likely is normal it is from the enormous amount of fuel that is being burned to heat water quick enough to get hot water to your faucet.

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