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SuperNet9
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Re: Bathroom fan, venting question..

Here is the pics... The Fan is on the right side about 1 foot of the 2 tubes you see.. I checked the opening of the fan vent, it is facing the left toward the tubes..
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ArgMeMatey

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Have you gotten on the roof to check both of those gray pipes? Or do you already know what they're for?

Could one of them be the exhaust from that fan? I've seen 3" PVC used for fan exhaust "duct".

I don't know a lot of plumbers who would run two sanitary system vents out that close to each other unless there were some code issue involved.
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SuperNet9
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said by ArgMeMatey:

Have you gotten on the roof to check both of those gray pipes? Or do you already know what they're for?

Could one of them be the exhaust from that fan? I've seen 3" PVC used for fan exhaust "duct".

I don't know a lot of plumbers who would run two sanitary system vents out that close to each other unless there were some code issue involved.

One is for the heat/hot water. Other one I believe is the tube for water smell? I don't know the correct term.
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robbin
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Can you mark a pic of the attic to show where the fan is?


MrFixit1

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Hate to say it , but it just might be time to go digging in the insulation