During the summer I fitted a ceiling fan in the bedroom, but because of the
ceiling height it is installed below the recommended minimum level, I'm six
foot tall and it whirls away about eight inches above my head!.
Looking at the instruction/installation booklet it states.. "Do not use
ceiling fans and open gas heating appliances at the same time in the same
room".. it doesn't say they shouldn't be fitted.
Surely if you use a powerful enough extractor fan with an open flue fire,
it will draw the exhaust gasses into the room?
Exactly this happened to a pal who had a 'normal' open 'coal' fire and a
kitchen with breakfast bar through to the living area after he fitted a
powerful fan in the kitchen. The idea was to stop kitchen smells reaching
the living area, when what happened was smoke in the kitchen.
*If they arrest the Energizer Bunny, would they charge it with battery? *
Dave Plowman email@example.com London SW 12
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