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Old 12-28-2014, 09:39 PM   #15
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It was driving me nuts!

I picked up a 8" computer case fan and screwed it in to replace the noisy one.

This one even lights up a nice blue and is almost silent. It draws a whopping .17A, so forgetting to shut it off isn't too big of an issue.

I had to do a bit of revamping of the screen frame to get it to fit, but nothing drastic. I m going to replace the bathroom fan next and will do it a bit differently so I wont have to modify the screen and will post a pic of that one,also.
I did the same mod, mostly to save on electricity. Mine fan has red leds and I added a wall switch. I also replaced exhaust fan above the stove, the original one sounded like an airplane taking off.
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I thought that was the area we were talking about (stove fan)
Sorry, tim
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