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    Sizing an Exhaust Fan Replacement for Bathroom

    Thanks. If after replacing the fan and increasing the gap under the door, I don't get the results I need, I will try the floor fan route. Many thanks.
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    Sizing an Exhaust Fan Replacement for Bathroom

    Thanks, Jim. I wish I had seen what type of ducting the contractor was putting in but believe that it was not solid metal, smooth. Given that there is no attic space above the ceiling, I have no easy way to check or replace without taking out part of the ceiling. Given what I am reading about...
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    Sizing an Exhaust Fan Replacement for Bathroom

    Thanks, Terry. I am going with a panasonic fan as that has worked very well in our other bathrooms, that were in the original build. And I do think that I need to increase the gap underneath the door to increase airflow. There is a heating duct in the room. One question I have is how do I...
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    Sizing an Exhaust Fan Replacement for Bathroom

    Last question. Does that mean that the 100 cfm fan on this 4 inch vent is not operating at its 100 cfm rating?
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    Sizing an Exhaust Fan Replacement for Bathroom

    This may be a bit technical for me, but here is my take on what you are saying. I definitely need more than the 100 CFM unit that was installed. The house is very tight and we have a life breath air exchange unit to deal with this. Problem with the higher CFM units is that they are fitted for...
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    Sizing an Exhaust Fan Replacement for Bathroom

    Terry, thanks for your reply. There is a heat duct in the room but I likely do need to increase the space under the bathroom door. When I shower with the door open, the amount of condensation on the walls is considerably less, but still more than I want. The problem with using panasonic that...
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    Sizing an Exhaust Fan Replacement for Bathroom

    I had my basement finished but now realize that I am getting a lot of condensation and dripping on walls after showering. The bathroom is about 130 sq. ft. and has a shower, toilet and sink in it. Contractor put in a 100 cfm Utilitech fan and only a 4 inch duct. Unfortunately, he has walked...
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