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Sorry to read about your problem, I hope this helps you out.
you may have a clog, in the vent pipe, not uncommon in the winter for wild things to build nest.. their is also a air damper plate, that might be stuck, this damper prevents outside air from blowing back in
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Get a downdraft cook top and drill a hole. Then run the piping to the outside wall of the house and drill again and run the piping thru to the outside. They make outside wall vents like dryer vents only bigger to accommodate the bigger vent pipe. Happy crawling. It will look and work great if you get a good stove. Do your research.
FIRST CHECK THE FILLTERS IN YOUR HOOD UNIT AND SEE WATH KIND THEY ARE IT SOUNDS LIKE THEY ARE USELESS , YOU SHOULD REPLACE THE HOOD FILLTERS WITH CARBON ONES AS THEY HAVE A LONG LIFE AND ARE VERY GOOD AND WORTH THE COST .
The hood pipe vents through the roof. Either the shingles around the pipe, or the rubber flange the pipe goes through is allowing water to enter and run down the pipe.
Someone will have to go on the roof with a tube of roof cement and look for a void in the flange or the shingles. For sure I would run a bead of roof cement around the pipe where it goes through the flange.
Your problem is: You live in a flat with no chimney and you would like to install a cooker hood. how do you do this please?
Is there living space above? If so you can't go straight up. If your range is on an outside wall, it can be piped out the back. If only attic or roof above, no problem. Just pipe it straight up useing B-vent pipe or equivlent. If you can't do any of this just get a hood that vents filtered air back into the room.
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