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If you have access to the attic; and presumably the top of the bathroom fan, you may be able to follow the duct. If you don't have access to the top side of the fan, you could remove the cover and take a peek inside. You should be able to get a glimpse of the outlet, which should allow you to determine if there's ducting attached. In my house, the ...


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You might need to go to a specialized HVAC supplier (maybe grainger) but you need a shallow 90 degree going to rectangle kickout. Basically you want the number of square inches from the incoming vent to equal what you will fan out using the toekick of your cabinets. Not sure you would find exactly what you are looking for at big box. The worst case ...


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Yes, it can be done. Relocating the vent, however, is a better general solution because: The HVAC system can operate closer to its design. Reduced size registers and additional bends change the back-pressure and can readily throw the system out of balance. Specialized registers and other parts are not required. The less common installation is more prone ...



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