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Old 02-04-2009, 05:40 PM   #1
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Is it ok to put 2 vents on one duct?


I need to heat 2 rooms with 1 duct. The vent to the living room is about 6 feet off the floor and I was going to put one in the bedroom just off the baseboard. Is it alright to do it this way?

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Is it ok to put 2 vents on one duct?


Doubtfull its big enough to handle both rooms.

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Is it ok to put 2 vents on one duct?


It overheats the living room as is...so as long as it not a problem, its more than enough heat coming out.
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You can do it.

But, been to a lot of places that said teh same thing. The run use to over heat the single room it served. But, once it was piped to a second room also. It wasn't enough for both rooms.

Try it, if it works, fine. If not, you end up putting in a second run anyway.
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