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Old 08-01-2009, 09:10 PM   #29
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Old 10-30-2009, 03:29 PM   #30
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Finally got around to installing one of these. Now, instead of sitting in my rig, I'm in a 737 listening to the turbines wind up.

Really, a nice product for the price.
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Oops, a slip on the keys, sorry 'bout that. I know what you mean with the "new improved" bathroom fan. That puppy is a bit on the loud side. I gave it a very brief trial then decided it was more than I could listen to and replaced the thing with another Fantastic -- should have done that in the first place. Actually, the Fantastic from Camping World isn't all that much more expensive; just a bit more work.
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Try flushing with the fan on high.
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