In my 1 room + bathroom apartment in Germany, these mechanisms (searching Google by them didn't name them) exist:
in bathroom, and in the room, there is this:
When I am taking a (long?) shower, these mechanisms seem to communicate and exchange air, in order to balance the temperature between the room and the WC, I guess.
The problem is that the mechanism in the room is above the desk with my laptop, and outputs cold air, making it dangerous to sit in the desk just after the shower, since I might get cold. I have to wait ~10mins, and the mechanism stops.
Can I minimize the time the mechanism emits air in this specific scenario?
If yes, how? The key parameter in this, seems to be the door of the bathroom. Leave it open after exiting the bathroom, or close it?
My few experiments show that closing the door makes the mechanism stop earlier, I think... However, this contradicts my assumption that the mechanism exchange air (since leaving the door open should help in balancing the temperature)..
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