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    dellaview is offline Junior Member
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    Noisy in Pennsylvania

    What is the name of your state? Pennsylvania I want to know if noise is a legitimate reason to break a lease early. I live in a ground floor apartment and there is a tapping and popping noise all day and allnight. I just found out this is from the water heater. What can I do? At night I cant sleep without earplugs and during the day all I here is poppop pop. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by dellaview
    What is the name of your state? Pennsylvania I want to know if noise is a legitimate reason to break a lease early. I live in a ground floor apartment and there is a tapping and popping noise all day and allnight. I just found out this is from the water heater. What can I do? At night I cant sleep without earplugs and during the day all I here is poppop pop. Thanks
    Wear earplugs at night.

    Water heaters make noise in mansions and slums.
    There are two rules for success:

    (1) Never tell everything you know.

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