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Fantech exhaust fan won't shut off.

Fantech dbf 110 exhaust fan won't shut off.

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Faulty switch (replace it) or Loose switch (wrap the body with electric tape)

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Yes and no. The answer to this question depends mainly on your local building code. I recommend you contact your local building code official and speak with him or her about recommended specifics. Another source of information will be your local plumbing or electrical supply house.

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You will be fine with 2 bends in an 8 inch pipe. If you bend it more than 3 times though you will loose fan force. If you up to a 10 inch duct you will not have good fan force because the space is bigger.

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New bathroom venting in basement bathroom.


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