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Old 04-19-2010, 10:51 AM   #15
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Lower price on the bath exhaust fan. Shipping is under $10.

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Old 04-20-2010, 11:49 AM   #16
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Ganglin, Thanks, thats great...
You seem to be in the know, can you help with a kitchen fan???
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I've been thinking about that.

Your opening is in the curve of the roof line correct - like mine...?

Did you keep the cover that went on the outside..?

The problem with retrofitting one of the old pull chain types is (from what I can tell so far) getting the correct size parts. Then - how do we keep it from leaking given the style and where it is on the roof line. How do you conform that style to the curved shape, etc, etc....

I'll keep thinking about it but it may require some jerry riggin.... ;-)
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Gary, mine is on the curve too. I did save the exterior cover.
Its been so long ago that I did the demo, I cant remember what the old went a hood looked like. I think it was a box shape inside the bulkhead. I cant recall how it attached to the sidewall. It need not be a pull chain type. I was just trying to fill the hole without needing to build a bulkhead.I like simple and I like the open feeling w/o bulkheads. BONUS: Im not planning any interior cooking Cynthia
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That helps but one never knows where a malororous event may occur that will require assisted removal....
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That helps but one never knows where a malororous event may occur that will require assisted removal....
One NEVER knows ; + o
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