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    Default Shower Light/Fan

    Current code requires that a ceiling fan mounted in a shower stall be sealed.

    I am not aware of a model of a fan/light combo that can legitimately be mounted in a shower stall.

    Does anyone know of one? (I HAVE looked around a bit.)

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    Must be a local thing.

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    http://www2.panasonic.com/webapp/wcs...5&displayTab=F

    i just installed this fan in my bath, that's how i know about it. it is rated for use in a shower/stall.

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    Fan Tech has several exhaust fans with a light that are UL approved for wet locations. The fan motor is remote.

    http://residential.fantech.net/resid...single-grille/


    http://residential.fantech.net/resid...unt-wall-fans/

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    Guys!

    Thanks!

    (I meant to write that a LIGHT in a shower must be sealed. But I see the point about a fan having a remote motor.....)

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    FanTec's are incredible. The only problem is they are so quiet you need an indicator light so you know when they are on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedy Petey View Post
    FanTec's are incredible. The only problem is they are so quiet you need an indicator light so you know when they are on.
    Too much of a good thing.

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