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Old 07-28-2016, 06:21 PM   #21
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Around here, the tin bashers have to put in make up air if an exhaust fan exceeds a certain CFM. Given those limitations, it's doubtful you will see a range hood that needs its own circuit.
Bit of a tangent but, those make up air requirements are a very good
idea. These crazily sized exhaust fans will draw from fireplaces,
furnaces, gas hot water heaters etc. The fireplace will just fill the
house with smoke but the others can kill everyone in the house.
On the other hand, could be a lot cheaper than a divorce.
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Old 07-28-2016, 07:06 PM   #22
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Bit of a tangent but, those make up air requirements are a very good
idea. These crazily sized exhaust fans will draw from fireplaces,
furnaces, gas hot water heaters etc. The fireplace will just fill the
house with smoke but the others can kill everyone in the house.
On the other hand, could be a lot cheaper than a divorce.
P&L-----not condoning uxorocide (aka wife-icide) !
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With my luck if I had done that she would have come back as a ghost and would have still been bothering me.
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The hood is nice and sleek stainless 'funnel' with a duct shooting vertical from the center. The hood hangs off the duct.

Much like this one:

I also keep bowls on my exhaust fan.....
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I also keep bowls on my exhaust fan.....
Looks better than some I've seen with those open shelves and all your dishing out in the open air to collect dust and cat hair.
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Looks better than some I've seen with those open shelves and all your dishing out in the open air to collect dust and cat hair.
I suspect my sarcasm is rooted by how friggin jealous I am of owning a kitchen and VIEW like that.
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I suspect my sarcasm is rooted by how friggin jealous I am of owning a kitchen and VIEW like that.
Screw the cheesey kitchen, the view is the money shot.
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The chic Susan that was Hitlery's publicist when she was running for office in NY lived on End End Ave on the upper east side had a nice expensive apartment but the building across the street just down from Gracie Mansion had some beautiful views. Really awesome at night. The penthouse and the floor below had apartments on two floors with personal elevators in them. Nice place for service calls and cash tips.
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