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    Can someone help me identify make/model of bathroom extraction fan in pictures below?

    The cover is branded 'Xtract' in bold red font but a quick Google finds little else other than this Ray Grahams own brand one:
    https://www.raygrahams.com/products/...-pullcord.aspx
    and it's def. not that one.

    It's labelled at BF/3-L and it is a timer model:
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    Any help greatly appreciated!

    Val

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    Default Re: Help identifying extractor fan

    Why do you need the exact model? They come in standard sizes, a few screws and the whole thing should come out leaving a hole that is perfect for another brand.

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    Default Re: Help identifying extractor fan

    Quote Originally Posted by JCplumb View Post
    Why do you need the exact model?
    Trying get a spec sheet for it, to see what the extraction volume is rated at.

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    120-160m3/h
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    Carbon Monoxide can be produced when ANY fuel is burnt, including oil, gas, wood and coal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShaunCorbs View Post
    120-160m3/h
    Thanks Shaun, have you a make/model# or link to the spec sheet for it?

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    Default Re: Help identifying extractor fan

    Quote Originally Posted by valjester View Post
    Thanks Shaun, have you a make/model# or link to the spec sheet for it?
    It's out of my ventilation spec book
    IMPORTANT:
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    Want gas safety or boiler repair advice? :
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