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You can also fix the electric kettle whistling noise by cleaning the whistle. The whistle is likely to produce a whistling sound when steam escapes from the kettle faster than it goes in. Often, mineral deposits on the whistle can be removed by cleaning it with a solution of vinegar and water. Then, make sure that you tighten the lid and that the gasket is in place. When you have a whistling noise, it's likely that you have a clogged whistle.
Besides cleaning your kettle's heating element, you can also try to descaling it. To do this, you can use a cup of vinegar to add to the water inside. This water will raise the water level of the kettle and may come out through the lid or spout. Once the vinegar water has been added to the kettle, you need to leave it for two to three hours. This will reduce the whistling noise significantly.
In addition to cleaning the inside of an electric kettle, you can also use a rubberized undercoating spray or remove limescale from the cylinder. This will minimize the noise from the evaporating water. And if the problem persists, consider purchasing a kettle with safety features. Some models will not boil if water doesn't reach the boiling point. The noise is normally so low that no one will notice. A normal human's voice is between 60 and 65 dB, so it's possible to have a silent kettle. And compared to that, vacuum cleaners, lawnmowers, and drills are louder.