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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 04-21-2009, 08:34 AM Thread Starter
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ducting media cabinet air into wall space

Any issues with that? I am placing a server cabinet in my media closet. It has an exhaust circulaation fan in the top of it to move heat out. Was thinking about porting it out and up into the crawlspace between floors using a 6" or 8" dryer hose.

Are there any concerns in doing something like that?

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Any issues with that? I am placing a server cabinet in my media closet. It has an exhaust circulaation fan in the top of it to move heat out. Was thinking about porting it out and up into the crawlspace between floors using a 6" or 8" dryer hose.

Are there any concerns in doing something like that?
i don't see it being a problem as long it's not retardedly hot. either way it's hot air in your house.
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