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Old 09-17-2012, 08:17 PM   #1
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non-ducted range vent filter on a ducted unit


I was wondering out of curiosity that besides the higher cost and more frequent need for replacement, is there any reason not to use a non-ducted (recirculating) range vent (mesh) filter on a ducted install? Just assuming the non-ducting filter would trap more grease than a ducting one. Or does it restrict too much airflow?

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no reason not to use it if you want

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