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Bill WestSat Nov-25-17 09:46 PM
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#55662, "RE: Air shafts for Engine Room and D deck galley."
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Sun Nov-26-17 02:32 AMby Bill West

          

Hi Karol.
I think Bruce just missed a dividing line within the light & air shaft area on C deck. I've marked my guesses in green on your pictures:



What is uncertain to me is whether shaft #2 connects to the C deck fan or to the galley. Likewise is #1 to the galley or the engine room or both? We need to look at the fans at the base of #4 funnel for more identification.

I hope Steve is looking here, the galley stove exhaust is visible on the ER ceiling. The duct from the ER Light shaft fan must run aft to one side of center.

Bill
PS: I got the picture to insert by pasting its address into my preview text and deleting the www in the address per Ralph's sticky before submitting the post

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Air shafts for Engine Room and D deck galley. [View all] , Karol_W, Tue Nov-21-17 03:27 PM
  RE: Air shafts for Engine Room and D deck galley., Ralph Currell, Nov 25th 2017, #1
RE: Air shafts for Engine Room and D deck galley., Bill West, Nov 25th 2017 #2
RE: Air shafts for Engine Room and D deck galley., Ralph Currell, Nov 26th 2017, #3
RE: Air shafts for Engine Room and D deck galley., SteveFury, Nov 26th 2017, #4
      RE: Air shafts for Engine Room and D deck galley., Ralph Currell, Nov 27th 2017, #5

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