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Old 05-17-2010, 07:22 AM   #1
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My master bedroom is sandwitched between my attic (above) and my garage (and another attic) below. Thus it is the hottest room in the house. To make matters worse, it is the farthest run from our main HVAC stack so there is minimal air-flow. I am looking for a duct fan that I can install to help with this problem. I found an accessible area in the garage, but to my dismay, the duct isn't your standard 4 or 6 inch duct. It is more oval or rectangular, maybe 7 inches or so long by 3 inches wide. (I assume this is because the duct travels between a wall).

Is there a duct fan out there for my problem? Anyone???

Thanks for your time and response,
Mark

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I'm not sure if that would work because of the small cavity that the duct is in. I am looking for something that I can put IN the cavity.
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I'm not sure if that would work because of the small cavity that the duct is in. I am looking for something that I can put IN the cavity.
Did you see the register booster (the 3d option)? Short of those options, you might want to look at more insulation to cut the load down.
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