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Retrofitting the Panasonic FV-11VF2 bathroom fan

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I'm want to replace all 4 of my old noisy Broan bathroom fans. All the ceilings are finished and unfortunately I have no access from above. The existing fans have 8.5"x8.5" frames mounted to 2 x 8 or bigger joists and all ducting probably 3". I've looked at the PDF installation for the Panasonic WhisperFit and the fan seems to be designed for my situation. Just wondering though if you would have other considerations and recommendations. Thanks

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  • Peter Bergman Oct 08, 2013

    Were you able to install the Panasonic fans without too much difficulty? I am in a similar situation.

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SHOULD BE NO PROBLEM I HAVE REPLACED A FEW MY SELF. THE PANASONIC IS QUITER BUT THE BROAN IS CHEAPER.

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