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Vent hood not exhausting properly

Kenmore vent hood has exhaust on both sides, has vertical vent into attic, and is mounted on wall above stove. The exhaust is weak as it does not pull smoke/steam upwards well. I removed the filters on boths sides. With the exhaust fan turned on - Towards the front air is blowing out and towards the back there a suction up/out; however, the front output is much stronger than the back input. If I did not know better, I would think the exhaust fan was rotating backwards. Any guidance would be appreciated.

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  • Kitchen_Exha Dec 30, 2008

    I kinda have the same problem...some air is blown out of the kitchen but some do come back from the front panel causing the smell to escape from exhaust fan and into the house...the handyman at my place told me there is about $60 part that is called "deflector" that needs to be installed...but I don't find anything called that.

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You dont want to hear it but they are all the same.. the exaust fans down work to good. there isnt anything to do.

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