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Old 08-06-2012, 08:17 PM   #16
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the return must be a min of 10 foot from the ranges exhaust hood. So if any of those areas your thinking about re 10' or more from the hood,your ok.

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I think he's changing a bit more then one run.

Actually I was thinking about it, but if I cant determine the correct friction, I will just replace the plenum and add some extra needed ducts and additional return air.

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