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The unit is quite noisy

What can I do to reduce the level of noise from the unit, is there acoustic absorbant materials I can use.

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Http://plumbingmall.org/PDFs/Saniflo/SaniPlus_installation_US.pdf

Page 14 at the above link has information about noise issues. It is about the 8 tip on the troubleshooting page.

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