06:40AM | 10/15/03
Member Since: 10/14/03
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How high above the range should the exhaust fan/hood be installed?


03:44AM | 10/16/03
Member Since: 10/14/03
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Thank you! I ordered a Broan as well.It's for a small 20" range but I'm sure the clearance will be the same. I haven't received it yet but I wanted to get started with the rough opening to mount. Thanks again.


04:49PM | 10/16/03
Member Since: 06/03/01
327 lifetime posts
You may really want to rethink this. 18-20 inches above the cooktop is very low and may well hit you in the face when cooking. Ours is about 28 inches above the cooktop. It is also a Broan but is the higher volume model (Allure III). Also, we are tall and have our countertops about 2 inches above 'normal' (38 inches). This works great for us but you need to get comfortable with whatever height is good for you.


04:26PM | 10/17/03
Member Since: 10/14/03
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This site is great! I hope that some day I can give others solutions to their dilemas as you guys have me. Just so you get a better idea of what I have. This is a cottage on a lake and the range is only 20 inches wide and the hood is ductless and only 24inches wide. I have decided to go with the bottom of the hood at about 22 inches above the range


06:31AM | 10/09/10
Member Since: 10/08/10
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thanks. you guys saved me a trip to the store to try to read specs on the clearance



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