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Hi Crafty_Libra, any fan would work as long as you can get enough fresh air in and all the bad chemical fumes out. Most importantly, that fan will still keep the room light tight. I can't remember what the safe minimum is, I think it's something like four full air changes per hour?The ducts were an easy solution to keep the room light tight without sacrificing a lot of space to make an air channel.I hope this helps, and sorry for the late reply!
If you managed to secure a room with running water, you're already ahead of the game! If that room has a ventilation fan too, that's even better!
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