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  1. lock&load

    lock&load Member

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    hi does anybody run a fan to move the air ,had 2 go south on me sofar, suncourt entreeair corner fans ,had them mounted in the hallway,to get the cold air to the liveing room ,tried cleaning them no luck they just slow down ,and i dont want one to overheat,thanks

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  2. Mike D

    Mike D Feeling the Heat

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    North Haven, CT
    I use a ceiling fan in my stove room. Seems to work fine for 5 years now.
  3. lock&load

    lock&load Member

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    Loc:
    east windsor ct
    24ft long hallway sucks the cold air to the liveing room,2400sqft raised ranch
  4. doingitonadime

    doingitonadime New Member

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    shelton,ct
    luckily them fans are cheap at hd, I have one for living room to kitchen, and a double window fan from front room to kitchen not needed if the wife is burning oops I mean cooking though
  5. glenc0322

    glenc0322 Minister of Fire

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    long Island NY
    I have the same fan they are a bit noisy though would not recommend them but they do move the air if you don't mind the noise
  6. Enviro Mini Owner

    Enviro Mini Owner New Member

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    East Hampton, NY
    My pellet stove is in the middle room of a small cottage and I use doorway fans to blow into adjoining rooms on either side. I use small doorway fans, older but efficient and quiet Vermont Casting fans which move the most air, and 2 new Imperial fans that are extremely quiet. All four have been on 90% of the time through the winter without failure. On a really cold day, I need to light up a wood burning stove in the living room, one of the adjoining rooms, but the rest of the time the fans have done the job for us.
  7. heat seeker

    heat seeker Minister of Fire

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    Computer fans are small and quiet and cheap. They don't look great, but they're not really obvious, either.
  8. DexterDay

    DexterDay Guest

    Look up Tjernlund Aireshare. They are room-to-room or level-to-level fans.

    Little pricey, but very quiet and blend in well.

    I also had an EntreeAir. Wasn't a big fan. Also had a MinuteMan model. It had a High/Low and it also is smaller and quieter.

    I now just use through the wall fans (room to room) the Broan 512 and Aireshare are what I have. The Broan is under $50, and slightly higher CFM than the Aireshare, but is just as loud as the EntreeAir

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