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Extractor fan in ensuite leaking

The small extractor fan in my ensuite seems to have been leaking from day one and is all grey around it. What to I have to check? It runs up into my attic and out. What safeguards do I have to take to prevent it happening again. And do I have to use a special paint to paint over the staining

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We have sealed leaking extractor fans with clear sealant,advised after calling the manufactures (it was out of guarrante)

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