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Bodged extractor fan

Discussion in 'General DIY' started by Mojo12345, 17 Feb 2021.

  1. Mojo12345

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    126DB351-E1E8-4333-BD15-8A963F675CD4.jpeg A5942F1B-EEFA-4AF8-A61D-9B7558AB9DDF.jpeg CEF69869-BA07-4F98-998F-C1DF1BB85110.jpeg D60FCEE1-B708-4AB7-9540-08090EA899B4.jpeg 1D0CE12E-046B-41DC-BF71-F28A786631E8.jpeg Hi everyone the previous owner of my house installed a bodged extractor fan how do I install a new one correctly, the current fan works but is not screwed into the tiles on the inside of bathroom and it seems to push air into a cavity in the bricks there is no tube, also the outside is an air Rick not the proper extractor fan flaps? Any help would be much appreciated thanks
     
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    That was installed in a one time air-vent. They are usually lined with thin strips of wood, to isolate the vent from the cavity, but it looks as if they may have been taken out/broken.
     
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