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Old 08-16-2002, 02:44 PM   #15
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Bathroom vent fan

Vern,
Sorry for the delay of my pictures. Here is an outside and inside picture of my bathroom fan. It is a smaller fan than yours from what I gather.
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Vern,
Last summer I pulled the stainless exterior cover off the bath exhaust fan and found silicone used to seal the edge of the fan. I didn't know it at the time but once silicone caulk is used, Vulkum will not stick to the aluminum. I cleaned around the area with gasoline, let it dry then sealed around the fan with the Vulkum. I then put a thin coat around the edge of the stainless bowl as I screwed it down. It has slowed down the leak which was coming straight down into a pan. When I start polishing later on, I will remove the cover again and polish right up next to the fan. Maybe that will get rid of the silicone residue. I also have to do this with my awnings. I found silicone there also so stripped it off and sealed with Vulkum. Same result as the exhaust fan. Oh well, live and learn.
use m.e.k.(methyl etheyl ketone) at lowes, to remove silicone
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