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  1. Too much on 14/2, 15amp?

    Electrical
    I'm finishing my basement, adding a small bedroom and bathroom next to each other. I'd like to put all the lights and fans on one 14/2 wire. I'm just not confident in my calculations and could use a little help confirming whether I can do that. I'm rounding up in all my calculations...
  2. Shower in one bathroom causing moisture in the second

    General DIY Discussions
    We have two bathrooms side by side on our second floor. They both have the same exact layout (about 6'x7'). Both have their own separate exhaust fans (Nutone, 80CFM, 1.6amps), but share the same vent to the roof through a Y-shaped connector and flex 4" pipe. When we take steamy showers in...
  3. Bathroom Exhaust Fan Duct Sizing

    HVAC
    I am replacing an old noisy bathroom exhaust fan that currently has a 4" roof jack/cap and 4" ductwork. According to the proper calculations, I would need a new exhaust fan rated at 190 CFM. However, I can't find any 4" exhaust fans with CFM ratings this high. The roof is 7/12 pitch and I...
  4. Existing Fixture with new Bathroom Fan?

    HVAC
    I have a bathroom fan + decorative lighting fixture combo. However, the fan isn't pushing enough air. Consequently, I'm planning on upgrading the fan, however the decorative light fixture is quite nice. Is it possible to get a new fan but reuse the light fixture? If so, would it be more...
  5. Specific Bathroom Fan & Motor

    Remodeling
    I'm having trouble finding a replacement for my bathrom vent, there is no brand or model number that I can find. Lowes & Home Depot have a similar one but they use a plug that you would find on any lamp or small appliance. Anyone know where I can find this?
  6. bathroom ceiling fan

    Electrical
    I've replaced my old bathroom ceiling/light exhaust fan because in the cold winter climate the moisture from the shower would collect in the duct, condensate, and then when the weather would warm up a little, drip back into the bathroom (sometimes pouring out). The new fan is much stronger, but...
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