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  1. gnselectricals
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    As above anyone got a copy of the installer instructions for the300mm window fan ? Trawled the website and Google just keep getting the catalogue page with the specs on it. Cheers
     
  2. snowhead
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  3. gnselectricals
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    Cheers dude prob is fitted a replacement window mounted under warranty after motor failed in 1.5 yrs and now week old replacement fell out of Window yest apparently nearly on someone's head ! Just to see if I had/hadn't done something stupid only fitted a few window fans but previous 12" was secure etc. Think the tenant may have pulled external grille for cleaning and undone the 4 fixings and dropped the fan unit out by accident tbh
     
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    should have used gorilla glue. then even GMES would not have been able to pull it out. :tounge_smile:
     
  5. gnselectricals
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    Think I should tbh[​IMG]

    All 4 fixings pulled thru which is nice haha
     
  6. ruston
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    looks like a bit of vandalism there to be fair , or screws overtightened and expanded due to heat or direct sun ..
    Looking at that grill after a week , it is little wonder the previous one only lasted a short time.
     
  7. gnselectricals
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    It's absolutely stinking their only a small cafe. The guy mentioned as I was leaving that it wasn't level inside in his opinion so maybe had a go at it. Also trying to get me to silicon it to the window due to vibrations he reckons caused it. Fitted fine was a bit tight as Louvres were a bit of a squeeze but I slackened it off incrementally to fit perfect tight but not too much tbh
     
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    I think you are right . for all four to break is a bit extreme. I'm sure the ones I used to fit had a cushioned seal, but it has been a long time.
    I hated fitting them.
     
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