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Old 01-12-2017, 08:40 AM   #1
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Question Temporary ceiling fan

Or until you can do better.

I measured my escape hatches and on mine a 20" box fan will go up in the hole. How to mount it so you can flip it i don't know.
Any ideas?
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not sure if it applies, but I installed a solar fan on my bus so far it works fine when is hot outside keeps the bus cool while parked, people think that is a satellite device.

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Or until you can do better.

I measured my escape hatches and on mine a 20" box fan will go up in the hole. How to mount it so you can flip it i don't know.
Any ideas?
nice size bare copper wire from hatch frame screws across the corners?
or hanging from wires via the frame screws?
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