Question about Broan-NuTone Fan,Bathroom Exhaust Broan QTXE150
I have a bathroom vent. I just installed another similar vent in my closet and when I was in the attic I noticed the ducts from both are quite close next to each other. Both of them use 4" ducts and I'd rather not cut another hole in the roof. I know 100% that the new vent has a flap to prevent air back flow. I have not checked the bathroom vent but it's only couple of years old and I assume it has the same. I was wondering if it is possible to connect both ducts to the same vent in the roof, perhaps by using some y-connector. Are there any cons or pros? Is it in compliance with whatever codes that govern ventilation?
No, both cannot be connected to same vent.
Or vent exhause from 1 fan will vent into other bathroom.
All house vents require separate duct.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
get a weighted damper and install over the existing vent. the weight will open when the exhaust fan is running and stay shut via the weighted arm.
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
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