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If new I would say just a little air in the pipes, but more then likely its not getting enough pressure. Make sure at a sink where tub is located that you have sufficient water. Also verify others are not using massive water to cause tub supply to be low and cause pipe noise. The water is trying to get from pipe to tub connection to where the water comes out. I have seen older homes not have suffecient piping (those outter pipes that do several circles to insure quiet pipes in 2 story homes.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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