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Old 03-31-2008, 03:44 PM   #1
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Ducting hrv into 2x4 wall framing


Hi,

For HRV only; how does duct are put in a 2x4 frame ? can I use a 4" flex with a 90 degree elbo to connect to a 4" diffuser on the bedroom wall ? Or I must build a box inside the closet and if so how big ?

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Get some 3 1/4" X 10 wall stack, a stackhead and 4" stackboot.

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thank you. it's becoming clearer
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