Shower exhaust fan

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fourreins
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Shower exhaust fan

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1989 international: anyone know where I can locate shower
Exhaust can motor? It doesn't seem to work and I would
Like to fix it.

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Not sure if its like the F36 , but on the F36 its just a 3"blower . ( like the 4" engine blower ) . If its the same set up you can just get a 3" in-line blower and put it in line just leave the old blower in place (disconnect the wiring ) .

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That sounds like a great fix but I can't even locate the old motor
So that I can hook the new inline blower up. Any ideas where to look?

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Is it an express or Flybridge? On the my boat it is located behind the forward bulkhead of the galley. The fan motor is close-coupled with the exterior exhaust grill. Find the 3" exhaust grill (port side on International Flybridge) and you've found the motor.
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I have a fly bridge. I see the grill in the shower
And can follow it to the outside of the boat
On the port side. It doesn't look like the small
Screen on the exterior will come off easily.
The duct is fairly small... Is it an inline blower?
I just don't see access to get to anything. My
Microwave is on the wall behind the shower in
Galley which I pulled but still nothing. Any
More guidance would be appreciated. Thanks

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It is behind the microwave...about two feet in to port. The blower unit is mounted to the hull on a plywood plate. It is not an inline unit...it is a flange mount radial blower with the exterior vent mounted to it. Behind the microwave, to port, you should find 2 such blowers. The aft blower is the galley cooktop exhaust, while the forward blower is shower exhaust.
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BlueBelle wrote:It is behind the microwave...about two feet in to port. The blower unit is mounted to the hull on a plywood plate. It is not an inline unit...it is a flange mount radial blower with the exterior vent mounted to it. Behind the microwave, to port, you should find 2 such blowers. The aft blower is the galley cooktop exhaust, while the forward blower is shower exhaust.
are there removable access panels to get to the blower? i'm curious how this thread unfolds.
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