04:25PM | 12/04/04
Member Since: 02/29/04
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I want to complete the ceiling in my basement but I don't know what the duct shown below on the left is used for?

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The grill leads into the furnace as does the duct on the right. The duct on the left leads to the outside but as you can see from the picture it is open and just terminates before the grill. The duct on the right also leads to the outside. Is it ok if I cover this grill and opening with the ceiling? What is this used for? Why is the duct on the left not connected to anything? Why are there 2 ducts that lead to the outside? Thanks for your answers.


06:42PM | 12/04/04
Member Since: 02/29/04
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Here is another picture of where the ducts lead into the furnace. Both ducts seem to lead into the same area of the furnace.


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