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I have 2 exhaust fans. one in each bathrooms. They are both

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I have 2 exhaust fans. one in each bathrooms. They are both FV-07VQL2 models installed several years ago. I would like to replace them with ones that provide a higher CFM rating than the 70 CFM of these fans.
Can you recommend a replacement fan that would not exceed 110 CFM and fit in the same opening?
Steve McDonough
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Electrical
Expert:  Mike G. replied 1 year ago.
Hi, I'm Mike G and would be glad to assist you. I suggest that a larger fan, even needing the cut out enlarge, isn't a major problem. What it takes to open a larger hole for installation would not be extreme. The appearance in the ceiling should be the thing considered. They all are able to be installed as old work.

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