heating vent in bathroom

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Old 09-15-08, 01:26 PM
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heating vent in bathroom

I need to move a sink and cabinet in my bathroom over to the next stud. The heating vent for the bathroom is, of course right in the way. I have the framing exposed and see that the heating vent for the room behind the bathroom is next to the bathrooms vent. Would there be a problem with sealing off the bathroom vent and using the other rooms vent to feed both rooms?
It seems that by sealing the original bathroom vent off, I wouldn't lose too much air pressure. I guess otherwise I could open up the ceiling below and actually reroute the ducting to an altogether new area. Any advice would be much appreciated.
 
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Old 09-17-08, 07:49 PM
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You might be able to get away with your proposed solution but it most assuredly is the wrong way to proceed. In a properly engineered and installed duct system each duct is designed for a specific air flow to a specific room.

You would be best to move the duct that is currently in the wrong place.
 
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