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Old 04-05-2020, 05:17 PM   #68349
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I'm in for a pound on this. Will vent to outside. Studying WA state residential code now.


I expect it to have the capacity to suck the smoke from a full-on oven catastrophe.
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Old 04-05-2020, 05:18 PM   #68350
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A few years back, I had the same desire. So, when I replaced our microwave, which is over the stove, I bought a new one with the strongest exhaust fan. Well, that works just so-so. Still, every time I cook something, even if the fan is running, our whole house smells like what I'm cooking.

If you want an exhaust fan that REALLY works, and your stove/range is on an outside wall, I'd suggest chopping a hole in the wall and mounting an exhaust fan in that opening.

Have I done that? No. Why not? Because I'm lazy, it's easier to go in and fire up a whole house fan that I installed before we got central air.
what ducting does it have? i assume you don't have any makeup air coming in?
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Old 04-05-2020, 05:25 PM   #68352
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Oof... I pray & hope thatís long long way before thinking bout that
Here is an extension of that scenario for you, if you have more than one mini ichis.

True personal story. We had both of our sons in college, just barely being able to help them with their expenses, when our 16 year old daughter announced she was quitting HS because it wasn't learning anything. That same week she took and received her GED and enrolled in the local Junior college.

DANG! Three kids in college at the same time plus mrs humfrz, who already just completed her masters degree, was working on her PhD.

However, on the "lighter" side, economically, when the two younger two decided to go for their masters degree, we told them, that was a great idea, but they were on their own. Yep, they figured it out and received masters degrees. And mrs humfrz figured she didn't really need a PhD.

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what ducting does it have? i assume you don't have any makeup air coming in?
Mine is ducted to the outside (through the roof). Yep, all the ducting is clear. I crack a kitchen window for makeup air.
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Mine is ducted to the outside (through the roof). Yep, all the ducting is clear. I crack a kitchen window for makeup air.
When we did our kitchen remodel two years ago, I insisted the microwave NOT be over the stove for this very reason. We ducted the stove through an outside wall, out the garage, through a 6 inch duct. It works pretty well, but that isn't going to solve smell problems if you cook something particularly fragrant. That would require an industrial level fan and maybe a booth.
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I'm in for a pound on this. Will vent to outside. Studying WA state residential code now.


I expect it to have the capacity to suck the smoke from a full-on oven catastrophe.
i usually come in after the homeowners pick a model that looks pretty. then i just follow the manual, which gives ducting and electrical requirements, as well as finished mounting heights and clearances to the range top.

the big models all require a 6" duct with as few bends as possible, and usually have a trigger output of some sort to go to a makeup air vent that's installed on the other side of the kitchen-- usually just a electrically powered 3-6" ducting shutter.

and then i tell them that they can't fit a 40" hood in a 36" space, they get angry that no one brought it up before, and i offer them my sawzall.
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When we did our kitchen remodel two years ago, I insisted the microwave NOT be over the stove for this very reason. We ducted the stove through an outside wall, out the garage, through a 6 inch duct. It works pretty well, but that isn't going to solve smell problems if you cook something particularly fragrant. That would require an industrial level fan and maybe a booth.


Yep, something like this, 24" whole house fan, installed in the ceiling or wall of the kitchen would take care of even burnt up food smells.

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i usually come in after the homeowners pick a model that looks pretty.
We have the one that my wife picked. It looks pretty. I'll have to either go through or remove the overhead cabinet. I'm hoping to keep the hood and light fixture because it's matchy-matchy.


I plan on being able to move a LOT of air with it wide open, enough to need an open window for full effect. I know that it will be loud because of the small cross sectional area.



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We have the one that my wife picked. It looks pretty. I'll have to either go through or remove the overhead cabinet. I'm hoping to keep the hood and light fixture because it's matchy-matchy.


I plan on being able to move a LOT of air with it wide open, enough to need an open window for full effect. I know that it will be loud because of the small cross sectional area.



To stay in line with the matchy-matchy thing and if that's an outside wall, you could mount a whole house fan in the space behind the cabinet doors, then just open the doors when it is turned on.
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To stay in line with the matchy-matchy thing and if that's an outside wall, you could mount a whole house fan in the space behind the cabinet doors, then just open the doors when it is turned on.
Right there with you. The basement stairwell is behind that wall. but I was thinking if I can't put a big squirrel cage in the attic right over the cabinet, it can always go inside it.
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