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Old 02-12-2021, 04:34 PM   #26
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The one in the pic is 290 cfm
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Any reason you got a 290 cfm? That's a big jump from a 90. Only reason I I would guess is the size of your bathroom where a 90 cfm is not strong enough. Or bigger is better? LOL!

Based on the size of my bathroom, 100 cfm is fine but I would prefer something f more than that. All the contractors and vendors are saying don't do it. The only exception is my powder room because it's pretty small and 50 cfm is all it can do. I don't want to rip out the entire 3" piping for marginal gains.
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Any reason you got a 290 cfm? That's a big jump from a 90. Only reason I I would guess is the size of your bathroom where a 90 cfm is not strong enough. Or bigger is better? LOL!

Based on the size of my bathroom, 100 cfm is fine but I would prefer something f more than that. All the contractors and vendors are saying don't do it. The only exception is my powder room because it's pretty small and 50 cfm is all it can do. I don't want to rip out the entire 3" piping for marginal gains.
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1) 90 wasn't enough since I found paint flaking on the door. I equated the flaking to moisture issues.
2) I had the clearance, it's a big beefy one, 9-10 inches depth.
3) I was able to easily run all new 6 inch duct
4) I grew up with noisy bathroom fans, so even though it's 2.0 sonnes, I'm still quiter than the one I replaced.

Perhaps your contractors are saying don't do it because they know how much harder it is to take out the old one and put in a new one since you potentially deal with cutting, drywall work and repainting. And the marginal gains if you kept the 3 inch. 4 and 6 inch was very common for the Panasonics that I looked up and some models come with adapters in the box.

I didn't mind all that work because I'm already doing drywall and paint work.
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Interesting take on the choice for 290 cfm. My contractors don't have an issue doing the work because this is actually a new install (the main floor bathroom does not yet exist.) The piping is already there and it's 6" so no issue there. I'm planning to build a new washroom on the ground floor because there's so much wasted space in my utility room. It will become a dedicated office and potentially for when my parents visit, they'll have their own space without having to run up and down the place.

Any how, the contractors are not recommending a larger fan because of the space of the bathroom and the location - The air that gets pulled from the room needs to come from somewhere, and if the air being pulled doesn't get replaced, the fan is ineffective and can't do its job due to the lack of make-up air. How big is your bathroom? My contractor told me take L x W x H (in feet) x 0.13 = minimum CFM

And with that, their position was why spend the extra $100 or so if it isn't necessary. I went through the same situation when I replace my hood range (it was some cheapo 150cfm hood range) with a 800 cfm Sakura. It pulls so much air out of the kitchen and living room, you can feel a strong breeze. I sometimes wonder if my hood range's capabilities are too big. (Perhaps not in an Asian household lol) I love Indian food and will sometimes make curries and whatnot. With the Sakura hood range, my house does not smell like an Indian restaurant whatsoever. With a 400cfm hood range at my condo, I couldn't get rid of the smell for days.

What kind/brand of paint will you use for your door? I may reconsider re-painting the bathroom doors at my place. I will also likely re-paint the ceilings as well. A few of my colleagues swears by Benjamin Moore. I used a small bit of it at my previous condo and it held up pretty well. All in all, the place I live in now is nice, but I just wished the previous owner went the extra mile to use better materials and did a better job at the little things.
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Interesting take on the choice for 290 cfm. My contractors don't have an issue doing the work because this is actually a new install (the main floor bathroom does not yet exist.) The piping is already there and it's 6" so no issue there. I'm planning to build a new washroom on the ground floor because there's so much wasted space in my utility room. It will become a dedicated office and potentially for when my parents visit, they'll have their own space without having to run up and down the place.

Any how, the contractors are not recommending a larger fan because of the space of the bathroom and the location - The air that gets pulled from the room needs to come from somewhere, and if the air being pulled doesn't get replaced, the fan is ineffective and can't do its job due to the lack of make-up air. How big is your bathroom? My contractor told me take L x W x H (in feet) x 0.13 = minimum CFM

And with that, their position was why spend the extra $100 or so if it isn't necessary. I went through the same situation when I replace my hood range (it was some cheapo 150cfm hood range) with a 800 cfm Sakura. It pulls so much air out of the kitchen and living room, you can feel a strong breeze. I sometimes wonder if my hood range's capabilities are too big. (Perhaps not in an Asian household lol) I love Indian food and will sometimes make curries and whatnot. With the Sakura hood range, my house does not smell like an Indian restaurant whatsoever. With a 400cfm hood range at my condo, I couldn't get rid of the smell for days.

What kind/brand of paint will you use for your door? I may reconsider re-painting the bathroom doors at my place. I will also likely re-paint the ceilings as well. A few of my colleagues swears by Benjamin Moore. I used a small bit of it at my previous condo and it held up pretty well. All in all, the place I live in now is nice, but I just wished the previous owner went the extra mile to use better materials and did a better job at the little things.
Using that equation, 80 cfm is the suggested minimum, but being tucked in the corner behind a wall has to hinder its performance to work on the entire washroom.

I haven't thought about what paint I'm going to use.
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How deep is the hole? If itís fairly deep fill the cavity up with somthing just to take up some space could be paper towel etc. So you donít have to pump a shot load of silicon in thereOR just buy a large tube of white silicone and keep filling until itís over flowing. Then use a razor blade etc. And scrape the top of the hole until itís flush with the rest of the floor. Let it set for 3 day or so until itís no longer tacky and it wonít hold dust etc
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Yea might not be the best material but basically just gotta get somthing in there to allow the caulking to build up and dry and not just sluff off into the void lol
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Bought a new washer/dryer from HD in early January and it's been a nightmare one after another. Was hoping that we could finally close this chapter today after HD sent someone out to install a side vent for our dryer and I thought they were OK until I looked over their work in detail after I noticed not all the parts were installed.

#1: Rear vent cover not installed


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#3: Steam hose kit not installed properly (shortest hose should be connected to the wall, not to mention I had another new hose with 90 deg head that they didn't ask me about even though I provided it to them)


The moving guys that brought up my washer/dryer also damaged my newly painted walls and dropped my old washer/dryer on my brand new hardwood oak flooring leaving 2 large dents and other scratches on one of the stairway steps.

Worst customer experience ever. Luckily these are mostly cosmetic issues and simple enough to fix but I've wasted too many hours of my life dealing with this shit. Very frustrating, to say the least.
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Wow, that sucks. Sorry about your mishap.

I got my GE washer / dryer today. The guys hauled my old stuff away (good riddance) and loaded the new stuff into my utility room. I installed it myself as I wanted to simply to avoid what you went through.

In hind sight, the washer was so heavy, I should have let them install that lol. They were pretty good through and through and had all the right tools for the job. And yeah, that steam hose install - what a disaster.

Edit: BTW, if you have steel braided hoses, you should replace the rubber ones. Effort could be worthwhile for insurance purposes, should anything happen (heaven forbid.)
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Unfortunately a DIY install was out of the question since I couldn't stack it myself and didn't want to call in any favours due to how heavy the dryer is. I also didn't want to take the dryer apart and install the side vent myself, mostly for liability reasons.

Good catch on the rubber hose; I forgot about the shorty. Looks like I'll be supporting Bezos some more.
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Since you're looking at supporting Mr. Bezos, for reference, I bought the Eastman hose kits for both my washer and dryer. They both have an orange rubber gasket at the hose end. So far so good. Just don't reef at the connections or you risk breaking the ends.

And yes, the washers these days are heavy as fuck. The dryer is still okay but you'd need two people. Took me forever to push the washer into its final location. Easy, they said.
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My old detached garage in Burnaby had cinder block walls. I really don't know if they were going in or out, but they made it through both sides of the cinder block. I'll post up a pic of the critter from about that time, it's bad. Tiny little hole, bit rat.
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when i replaced my dryer at my old place the HD delivery guys took the old, placed the new but would not attached vent duct or plug it in, liability issues...so i had to go buy a clamp and connect it. it was really easy as i got the cheapest model they had in the store
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