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  1. #1
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    Default A for creativity

    Extremely small utility room with gas fired boiler and water heater. Someone knew those suckers needed air, and they were determined to give it to them!

    First - drill a bunch of little holes in the door.
    Then, open the wall on the other side where there's a vented radiator cover.
    Not good enough.
    Put in a room fan blowing toward the radiator cover, and, for that high-tech touch, plug it into thermostat!
    I don't think the realtor appreciated me laughing my head off.

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    Default Re: A for creativity

    But did it work?

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    Default Re: A for creativity

    Gunnar - If anything, I think it was more likely to depressurize the closet, since the vent the fan was blowing towards was much bigger than the combined holes drilled in the door.
    Assuming your question was serious.


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    Default Re: A for creativity

    John,

    Actually, no. I guess I should have used the instead of the . Apparently, my problem is that I want to look cool instead of happy.

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