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Old 09-05-2012, 07:25 AM   #1
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What to do with an extra bathroom fan

I pulled an old exhaust fan out of a customers bathroom today. My bathrooms have fans already and sure I could keep it as a backup or sell it but has anyone thought of a useful idea for an extra fan? I'm just curious. I know I cant use it in the kitchen because of grease, etc but was trying to think of something cool to do with it. How about blowing hot air from my living room (I have a pellet stove) to the upstairs? It's probably only 60-80 cfm so it's not a lot of draw.



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Got an especially musty closet that could use some airflow? Or a hot or humid laundry room?


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