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Hello,
I have a project to remove a wall. Within the wall I have -
1. A water heater exhaust - will remain.
2. An air return - will move to opposite wall or add a floor vent.
3. An air output to upper level.

The air output to upper level is where I have my issue. The opposite wall seems to be fine for moving the air up, but need to add 90 degree (across ceiling) to meet up where previous wall was.
Is this going to be a problem with losing force of air and how can I resolve?

This wall really needs to come down...
I have full story and images on another post related to the same project. Sorry for the cross-post in advance...
http://www.diychatroom.com/f19/can-i-remove-wall-image-102551/

Any advice and comments will be MUCH appreciated...

Thanks
Andy
 
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