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Old 11-17-2015, 06:52 PM   #41
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I have the 9 in shower vent and for many reason's not happy with it . I wanted to take care of vent now . Chris R. gave me lots of guidance on how to change this vent out with the current round power vent . One day I called Escape and they have a better solution to change out this 9 in vent . At the time Chris R. fixed his on his 17B , there was no other solution except replace with another 9 in . So Chris came up with a solution . Anyway mine arrived last night from Escape . I feel for the whole solution fix it is well worth it . I am posting picture just in case anyone else wants to change their 9 in out . Pat
The 2 white pieces you see are fiberglass , includes your fan , screws . Pat
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Old 11-17-2015, 06:52 PM   #42
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Pat, if that's not the "newer" 9" vent, what is it? looks just like it.
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Old 11-17-2015, 06:53 PM   #43
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That looks like a great upgrade....
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Old 11-17-2015, 07:21 PM   #44
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What is that flooring there Pat- cut pile berber? Looks pretty comfy.
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Pat, if that's not the "newer" 9" vent, what is it? looks just like it.
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Old 11-17-2015, 07:24 PM   #46
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Thanks Jim . What I like about this fan besides it being powered (condensation)is everything is replaceable unlike the hard to find 9 in. Pat
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What is that flooring there Pat- cut pile berber? Looks pretty comfy.
Hi Rossue . Just extra carpet from house . Pat
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Thanks Jim . What I like about this fan besides it being powered (condensation)is everything is replaceable unlike the hard to find 9 in. Pat
Please provide pictures of the install procedure. Where will you install the switch and location of the power source.
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Thanks Jim . What I like about this fan besides it being powered (condensation)is everything is replaceable unlike the hard to find 9 in. Pat
What was the cost from ETI? I have been questioning them for 2 years on this vent. Also, how were you going to get the power needed for the vent? I wish I had known this was possible when we were up there getting the frame taken care of
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Old 11-17-2015, 08:12 PM   #50
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Please provide pictures of the install procedure. Where will you install the switch and location of the power source.
Hi Jubal . I definitely will share pictures when I am doing this install . Right now I can't have any rain or if it is too cold . Chris told me to use the bath light to get power from . He said he made hole a little bigger because you need to get your 2 wires from fan to light . The light will hide your hole when you put it back up . Escape said also it might be easy or %%%%%. We will see . But I will definely share . Pat
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