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When I turn off my bathroom exhaust fan there is a popping noise in the adjacent room- you do not hear it in the bathroom. If the fan is on for a longer period of time like for a shower then it is a loud thumping noise. Any ideas?
 

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The electrical for the fan should not be connected to the electrical in the other room. I'm not an electrician so that will need confirmation.

My question is, where does the exhaust duct for that bathroom run, above the other room?

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I would suspect that the noise is a duct issue. There is no problem connecting the fan to an adjacent room as long as it is not a restricted circuit.
 
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