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    Homemade diffusers

    I just had to laugh at this one. The things people come up with. So the room is a warehouse room for a store and they want heat blowing down towards the floor, this was their solution...Name:  36652F18-FFB7-4EA8-B9AC-EEBFCB76C163.jpg
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    Nice. Maybe get some gift wrap tubes and you can really direct the flow...
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    i have to admit its better then some of the work i have seen by a DIYER

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    At least use duct tape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by STEVEusaPA View Post
    Nice. Maybe get some gift wrap tubes and you can really direct the flow...
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    "A" for ingenuity!

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    What is that above the hanging heater?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sammyray View Post
    What is that above the hanging heater?
    I was wondering that too.

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    looks like flex duct coming off the supply going somewhere, and the furnace vent pipe is back behind that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTP99 View Post
    I was wondering that too.
    I think a poster/banner of some sort.
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    Quote Originally Posted by doc havoc View Post
    I think a poster/banner of some sort.
    I think their hiding the open vent stack LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by VTP99 View Post
    I think their hiding the open vent stack LOL
    That's crazy. Maybe it's target.

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    What is that above the hanging heater?
    Looks like metal. Shouldn't it be made out of cardboard too?

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