DBF110 Dryer Booster Exhaust Fan w/ FR110 Fan Zoom

DBF110 Dryer Booster Exhaust Fan w/ FR110 Fan

SKU:DBF110

Brand: Fantech

Fantech
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$169.95
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$329.90 / box (2 units x $164.95)
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Specs

Product Type: Dryer Booster Fan
Duct Size: 4"
Max. Watts: 80
Max. Amps: 0.72
Warranty: 5-Year Warranty

Description for Fantech DBF110

This Fantech Dryer Booster Fan is engineered of thermoplastic resin and features an integrated automatic pressure switch. It can be used on dryer duct runs up to 108 feet. The fan's backward inclined blades allow lint to pass though the fan.

Features:

  • ABS-PC blend thermo plastic housing
  • Permanently lubricated sealed ball bearings
  • Self-cleaning backward curved impeller
  • Automatic reset thermal overload
  • 5-Year Warranty
  • This product is not CSA-US or UL certified

DBF110 Dryer Booster Exhaust Fan w/ FR110 Fan

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        no more internal lint

        Product installed from a central laundry room through the roof. The installation uses rigid aluminum in the before boost run of about 20 feet and flexible aluminum in the after boost run of about...Read complete review

        Product installed from a central laundry room through the roof. The installation uses rigid aluminum in the before boost run of about 20 feet and flexible aluminum in the after boost run of about 10 feet. There are three 90 degree and two 45 degree turns in the before boost run of 20 feet. The after boost run of ten feet is essentially straight. There is a roof vent. The only problem I have had to date is a strong wind over the roof creates sufficient low pressure in the booster line to turn the booster on. I have not yet tried changing the sensitivity setting the 20 degrees, but if that doesn't work a baffle on the roof or an in line damper valve at the dryer area should solve the "turn on" problem. I believe I will like this set up very well when the installation bugs are fixed.

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        Most Liked Negative Review

         

        Works great, install ease not-so-good.

        The fan works great, the design for mounting leaves much to be desired. The 'mounting bracket' is very flimsy, and three screws have to be screwed into the plastic body to mount. ...Read complete review

        The fan works great, the design for mounting leaves much to be desired. The 'mounting bracket' is very flimsy, and three screws have to be screwed into the plastic body to mount. I think the housing will fail prematurely due to the mounting system. Perhaps a vertical install would be fairly easy, horizontal mount was a chore. Product needs a wired 3 prong cord set pre installed. The electrical access is not good either, must be hooked up prior to mounting due to VERY limited access. Definitely speeds up drying time, install has 30' of vent pipe with 3 90deg bends, fan is quiet and pressure switch works well. Overall, this is a good product, but had to give it 2 stars for "Could be improved" I guess I would recommend it to a friend with some reservations, maybe easy install for a pro, but the mounting system/electrical connection make it a pain for the average homeowner.

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        5.0

        I can't wait to use this product again

        By Larry

        from Dallas tx.

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              Comments about DBF110 Dryer Booster Exhaust Fan w/ FR110 Fan:

              This fan works so well and the customer was extremely happy and could not believe how well it worked. It was easy to install all the parts needed were there they have already solved the problems that you might run into.

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              5.0

              Cuts drying time on long pipe runs.

              By Bob P.

              from Canton Ohio

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                    Wired the unit with a plugged cord so it would plug into the available receptacle.
                    Very flimsy mounting bracket, Fantech needs to improve the mounting method.
                    I have a 20 foot pipe with many bends and the drying time have been cut in half. The increase in air velocity also keeps the lint moving to outside the house.

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                    4.0

                    A good and well engineered product.

                    By Glenn

                    from Butler Pennsylvania

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                          Comments about DBF110 Dryer Booster Exhaust Fan w/ FR110 Fan:

                          Most problematic was the wiring box is small and hard to configure the wires into the screw down connectors. However, it is not an impossible job My booster fan has been running well from the ''get go'' for two weeks, no problems to date. A contractor friend of mine said that installs radon gas removal systems says their the only fan he uses to remove radon gas because their extremely powerful and quit.My friend also concures that the electric box is small and hard to wire.

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                          5.0

                          Fast Service

                          By LCM

                          from orangeburg, NY

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                                Comments about DBF110 Dryer Booster Exhaust Fan w/ FR110 Fan:

                                I had to order this replacement part for my contractor to install. It arrived quickly and the price was great. It was installed and works perfectly. Thanks for the quick service and excellent customer service.

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                                5.0

                                Worked great

                                By Cool Change

                                from Winter Garden, FL

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                                      Comments about DBF110 Dryer Booster Exhaust Fan w/ FR110 Fan:

                                      Everything tied in great

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                                      5.0

                                      Excellent product, highly recommended

                                      By Mike

                                      from Howell, Michigan

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                                      Comments about DBF110 Dryer Booster Exhaust Fan w/ FR110 Fan:

                                      My dryer vent extends nearly 30' and with the booster I'm able to vent effectively and extend the life of my dryer. The system is very quiet, unnoticeable in fact, and only needs cleaning 1-2 times/year.

                                       
                                      5.0

                                      much needed assist

                                      By big doc

                                      from Canton Ga

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                                      Comments about DBF110 Dryer Booster Exhaust Fan w/ FR110 Fan:

                                      This works great and we should have gotten it years ago. No one at the big box stores knew anything about it. Our drying time is cut down by 1/3 .

                                       
                                      5.0

                                      Works as advertised

                                      By Ron

                                      from Pelham, AL

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                                      Installed in a condominium at Navarre Beach, Florida. Original installation lasted 12 years and survived hurricane Ivan.

                                       
                                      2.0

                                      Product works but needs a design change

                                      By Honest Abe

                                      from Three Rivers, CAI purchased this model a

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                                      Comments about DBF110 Dryer Booster Exhaust Fan w/ FR110 Fan:

                                      I purchased this model as a replacement to an existing installation using the same model exhaust fan. The previous unit worked well for ten years before requiring replacement. The new unit I received did not work at all and have sent it back for an exchange. There is a design flaw however with the terminal block that you have to land the power to actuate this fan. You must remove the terminal block to land the wires. The screw mounting the terminal block must be accessed through a hole in the fan where your conduit is supposed to attach. While removing the screw is no problem as you have nothing blocking your access to the screw, good luck trying to fasten the screw when the wires and conduit is in your way.

                                       
                                      5.0

                                      It Actually Works!

                                      By DLR

                                      from Johnston, IA

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                                      Comments about DBF110 Dryer Booster Exhaust Fan w/ FR110 Fan:

                                      My brother and I installed the fan in my house last weekend - so this review can't really speak to the longevity of the fan, merely the purchase and installation.

                                      The purchase was quick and easy. I searched maybe 6 other sites, and Pex Supply had the lowest. Product arrived fast, even with the standard shipping I chose, and in perfect condition.

                                      The installation was just as shown on the video. We cut off the prior convoluted run that the builder installed, and ran the chute straight up from the fan and through the roof. The only slight hang-up was right at the end - when trying to wire the fan. The space to do the wiring is rather small, and it was difficult getting the wiring all secured.

                                      Once completed, we fired up the dryer, and the fan kicked on in short order. Our drying times have been noticably reduced, and our clothes are coming out not nearly as hot as they were previously (which is a good thing).

                                      So far, very pleased with finding this product, then buying and installing same.

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                                        Q:

                                        Just install this fan. Runs all the time. Have to unplug it to turn it off. Can anyone help me?
                                        Asked on 6/9/2014 by Nana

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                                        • VERIFIED BUYER

                                          A:

                                          I was fortunate. I replaced an existing fan and it worked without a problem.
                                          However, it is extremely sensitive. I takes just a little exhaust from the dryer to start it up and it runs for at least 10 minutes after the dryer stops.
                                          First, it must be installed/mounted per instructions. There are a few options, but it has to be oriented correctly for the sensor to work.
                                          Then, there is an adjustment for the sensor - loosening the sensor and turning it changes how much exhaust it takes to start up. Turning the box one direction makes it easier to turn on, the other way makes it less sensitive.
                                          Since it takes 10 minutes or more to shut off, it's a challenge to adjust. You may need to hire someone with some experience. I'd start by turning it to an extreme - won't start up when the dryer starts (and it should start almost immediately). If you can't get to that point, it's mounted wrong or have a bad sensor. Then, gradually rotate the sensor so it starts when the dryer starts. Then, it should shut off after 10 minutes or so after the dryer stops.
                                          I know this isn't a lot of detail, but hope it helps. Mine has worked without a problem.

                                          Answered on 6/10/2014 by Anonymous
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                                          A:

                                          I'm not sure exactly what problems you're having. I've not had any problems
                                          with mine and it's been installed for over two years. The fan is controlled
                                          by an air pressure switch that's mounted on the outside of the fan housing.
                                          When the dryer starts, the switch senses the increase in air pressure
                                          through the dryer duct and starts the fan. After the dryer cycle ends and
                                          cuts off, the fan continues to run for a few minutes.
                                          You have to position the fan so that the switch is in the proper vertical
                                          position. The included installation instructions do not explain this very
                                          well. I had to read through them a few times to understand how to mount the
                                          fan so that the pressure switch will function correctly. If I remember
                                          correctly, the switch is set up for a vertical fan mounting. If you mount
                                          the fan in a horizontal position, you'll need to position the switch in the
                                          proper manner.
                                          Hope this helps

                                          Answered on 6/10/2014 by Anonymous
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                                          A:

                                          I am going to try to answer your question for you. This device worked
                                          perfectly for me.....and still does. There is a timer and a heat sensor
                                          inside of the device. When you first plug it in, it may cycle for five
                                          minutes, but then should shut off and not turn back on until it "senses"
                                          heat in the dryer exhaust. It then turns back on for five minutes, and
                                          cycles every five minutes, looking for heat. If yours stays on
                                          continuously, I can see three scenarios: 1. It is installed in a hot
                                          environment and the device cannot distinguish between ambient heat and heat
                                          from the dryer vent (2) The sensor/timer is disconnected or switched off
                                          (3) The sensor is defective.
                                          Sorry, but that's the best I can do. Mine works and works well. I have it
                                          installed about 25 feet from the dryer.

                                          Answered on 6/10/2014 by Anonymous
                                      • DBF110 Dryer Booster Exhaust Fan w/ FR110 Fan

                                        Q:

                                        According to the instruction manual, it is recommended that the unit be install 5' off the floor. Our dryer is in the basement and the vent pipe goes through a closed wall and ceiling and exits the house at floor level in the back of the house. It has about 20-30 ft of pipe with several 90 degree turns which is why I think I need the fan. There is a section of the exhaust pipe that can be exposed in the corner of our screen porch where the pipe exits the house and goes to the exterior of the porch to vent to the outside at floor level and that is where I would prefer to install the fan. It will be exterior to the house but inside the porch and can be protected from the elements. It would be a horizontal install in this location. Will this be an acceptable installation?
                                        Asked on 2/17/2014 by Lenny from Denver, CO

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                                          I don't see a problem installing as noted.

                                          Answered on 2/21/2014 by Anonymous
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                                          Lenny - as far as I remember the unit needs to be installed vertically so the condensation will drain properly. You would otherwise run the risk of it building up in the unit and either corroding it or causing and electrical problem down the road.

                                          Answered on 2/18/2014 by Anonymous
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                                          A:

                                          The fan works extremely well given certain conditions.
                                          I don’ recall that you must mount the unit 5 feet off the floor. I have used the blower for 3 years. I have 3- 90 degree angles with a 40 foot run. More 90 degrees the less efficient the blower will become. Second, make sure the blower is placed in an area that is accessible. Every couple of years you will notice it will become noisy due to lint build up. You do not need to replace the blower, simply clean it out. I am not aware the blower can handle exterior mount application and it may be too far from your dryer. Call the manufacturers tech line and see if they will help you as well. When you talk with them given them: the total distance, number of 90’s, distance from the dryer where you would like to mount the blower, and note that it is to be placed in an exterior location.

                                          Answered on 2/18/2014 by Anonymous
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                                          A:

                                          My instructions say the fan should be installed at least 5 ft from the dryer, not 5 ft above the ground. My run is about 40 ft and I have it installed in the garage, about 20 ft from the dryer. Also, the instructions say "A secondary lint trap must be installed between the clothes dryer and the clothes dryer booster fan if the booster fan is located less than 15 linear feet (4.6 linear meters) from the exhaust of the clothes dryer." So, you probably want to install it more than 15 feet away from the dryer.
                                          Also, the less 90 degree turns you have the better. Finally, it is best to install it in a way that you can get to it, as you may have to clean it out from time to time.
                                          You installation should be OK if you follow those points.

                                          Answered on 2/18/2014 by Anonymous
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                                          A:

                                          My unit is installed horizontally, sitting on the floor. Works just fine
                                          this way. It's not the length of the run so much as the 90 degree turns
                                          that affect the flow.
                                          The unit is pretty well sealed up. I would think the porch location would
                                          be OK. You may consider some kind of insulation wrap
                                          if your winter weather gets very cold.
                                          The unit turns itself on by detecting the presence of air flow in the pipe.
                                          The pressure at the porch location would have to
                                          be strong enough that far away to activate the unit.
                                          NOTE: after the dryer shuts off the unit turns itself on and off a couple of
                                          times before it decides to stay off.

                                          Answered on 2/18/2014 by Anonymous
                                      • DBF110 Dryer Booster Exhaust Fan w/ FR110 Fan

                                        Q:

                                        can this unit be mounted directly to the dryer
                                        Asked on 11/20/2013 by LJ from kansas

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                                          A:

                                          No it cannot be mounted on the dryer. Check the specs available from the
                                          manaufacturers (Fantec)site on-line which will provide you with details.
                                          Believe the minimum distance from the dryer is 10 feet.

                                          Answered on 11/27/2013 by Anonymous
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                                          A:

                                          I guess you could attach it directly to the dryer. You would probably have
                                          to raise the dryer up off of the floor at least 6 to 8 inches in order for
                                          the bulk of the booster fan to clear the floor. That would also require a
                                          pretty creative bracket mechanism to fasten it in place.
                                          It's been a while since I installed this, but I seem to remember the
                                          manufacturer recommends some minimum distance between the dryer and the fan.
                                          I think I would try to find some way to access the dryer vent a few feet
                                          away from the dryer and install the fan, even if I had to remove some
                                          drywall somewhere. I installed mine in the attic space directly above the
                                          dryer and used a roof vent.

                                          Answered on 11/22/2013 by Anonymous
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                                          A:

                                          I would not recommend attaching the unit to the dryer. It should be installed so moisture will naturally drain out. Attaching it directly to the dryer would allow moisture to collect in the unit itself, plus you would need about 10-12 inches behind the dryer just for the unit not including attaching and turning the tubing. Depending upon where your dryer exhausts (mine essentially at floor level) you would also need to raise your dryer off the floor as the fan unit intake/exhaust is centered in the round fan shrouding. The unit is designed to be mounted on a wall. I put mine in the garage with a 10 foot run from the dryer and a 20 foot run to the outside wall. Works great; one of the best improvements I have made to the house.
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                                          Answered on 11/21/2013 by Anonymous
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                                          A:

                                          No. It has to be at least five feet away for the dryer.

                                          Answered on 11/21/2013 by Anonymous
                                        • VERIFIED BUYER

                                          A:

                                          The instructions that come with this fan indicate that it should be mounted a minimum of five feet away from the dryer outlet.

                                          Answered on 11/21/2013 by Anonymous
                                        • VERIFIED BUYER

                                          A:

                                          The instructions state that it must be at least 5 feet from the dryer. (I believe you can download a PDF of the manual from the PEX site. The manufacturer also recommends a lint trap when the fan is less than 15 feet from the dryer.

                                          Answered on 11/21/2013 by Anonymous
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                                          A:

                                          The instructions that come with this fan indicate that it should be mounted a minimum of five feet away from the dryer outlet.

                                          Answered on 11/21/2013 by Anonymous
                                        • VERIFIED BUYER

                                          A:

                                          The instructions that come with this fan indicate that it should be mounted a minimum of five feet away from the dryer outlet.

                                          Answered on 11/21/2013 by Anonymous
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                                          A:

                                          No, I don't believe the unit can be mounted directly to the dryer. It needs to be upright, (vertical) and every dryer I have seen has the port shooting horizontally out the back.
                                          I have mine mounted in the attic just above the ceiling where the vent comes up.
                                          So far it works fantastic. Clothes dry much faster, saving a lot of energy..

                                          Answered on 11/21/2013 by Anonymous
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                                          A:

                                          No. It is designed to be installed in-line with the dryer exhaust tubing.

                                          Answered on 11/21/2013 by Anonymous
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                                          A:

                                          The unit must be installed on the exhaust pipe about half way between the dryer and the end of the pipe. You also need to install the Lint Trap Filter as close to the dryer as possible. Check YouTube videos for installation advice.
                                          PS. I'm very pleased with the Dryer Booster Exhaust Fan and the Lint Trap Filter I bought at PlexSupply.com

                                          Answered on 11/20/2013 by Anonymous
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                                          A:

                                          No. This is a booster fan for use well away from the dryer when your vent run is too long. From the manual
                                          "The DBF4XLT is to be mounted a minimum of 5 linear (not equivalent) feet
                                          from the dryer outlet. Exception: A secondary lint trap can be used where
                                          required and in applications where excessive dryer lint generation is likely
                                          or to increase the time interval between routine maintenance of the
                                          Dryer Booster Fan."
                                          Also:
                                          IMPORTANT NOTICE! TO PREVENT THE POSSIBILITY OF DRYER FAN CAVITATION
                                          AND/OR EXHAUSTING EXCESS HEAT REQUIRED FOR THE DRYING CYCLE
                                          AND COMPROMISING DRYING TIMES, BOOSTER FAN AIRFLOW MUST NOT
                                          EXCEED THE DRYER FAN CAPACITY.
                                          In other words, if the fan pulls out more hot air than the dryer fan's capacity, your clothes won't dry too well. It will be pulling out too much of the hot air required to dry your clothes.

                                          Answered on 11/20/2013 by Anonymous
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                                          A:

                                          LJ,
                                          We didn’t mount it right to the dryer. Unless the exhaust for your dryer pointed straight out, then I don’t know how you would do it. And then to me the point of the booster was to put it along the run, to help exhaust the run, the distance that your dryer can’t reach, or at least that was how i took it.
                                          Kelvin S. Gerold

                                          Answered on 11/20/2013 by Anonymous
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                                          A:

                                          No

                                          Answered on 11/20/2013 by Anonymous
                                      • DBF110 Dryer Booster Exhaust Fan w/ FR110 Fan

                                        Q:

                                        We have this unit, but find it is very noisy. How can I rectify this problem?
                                        Asked on 8/28/2012 by lori from ct

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                                          A:

                                          You can take the intake side off the duct and clean the lint and buildup off the blades. That usually works.

                                          Answered on 8/29/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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                                        Q:

                                        must unit be cleaned or is it self-cleaning
                                        Asked on 3/7/2012 by Anonymous

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                                          A:

                                          It shouldn't ever need cleaning if installed properly. It should stay at least as clean or cleaner than your duct work which will now stay cleaner because of the fan.
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                                          Answered on 3/7/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
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                                          A:

                                          The unit is self cleaning. There is no easy way (nor any need) to access
                                          the internal components once installed. My unit was placed in about the
                                          middle of a 30 ft run. Without the unit, clothes never completely dried and
                                          significant lint accumulated in the 4" steel duct. With the unit in place,
                                          clothes always dry in 30-40 minutes with no buildup. I highly recommend
                                          this unit if you have a long duct run.
                                          wrote:

                                          Answered on 3/7/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
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                                          A:

                                          The info provided with the unit states that the blade design eliminates the need for cleaning.
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                                          Answered on 3/7/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
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                                          A:

                                          Must be cleaned, yearly
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                                          Answered on 3/7/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
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                                          A:

                                          This is an dryer exhaust fan. As always, you need to keep the lint trap in your dryer cleared of lint after each use. There is a mesh screen at the end of the exhaust piping that could possibly collect some lint. Although for me it has not been a problem. We are very please with this unit.

                                          Answered on 3/7/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
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                                          A:

                                          I have not had to clean it and I install over a 1yr ago.

                                          Answered on 3/7/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
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                                          A:

                                          It needs to be cleaned once yearly
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                                          Answered on 3/7/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
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                                          A:

                                          TEventually it will need cleaning, I would set it up with a male electrical plug/outlet and a location where one can take it down from time to time. I have used mine doing laundry for just me for about a year with excellent performance and no maintenance or cleaning thus far.
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                                          Answered on 3/7/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
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                                          A:

                                          Should be cleaned, but not often

                                          Answered on 5/15/2012 by Joe from Tacoma, Washington
                                      • DBF110 Dryer Booster Exhaust Fan w/ FR110 Fan

                                        Q:

                                        Need a quiet booster fan. One that can be regulated. What do you recommend. It is for a short distance.
                                        Asked on 12/9/2011 by geo from sheridan, wy

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                                        • A:

                                          The product reviews suggest that this is a quiet Booster Exhaust Fan. This also should work well for short distances and speed up the drying time.

                                          Answered on 12/12/2011 by Anonymous from None
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