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Job is to replace this extractor fan as in attached photograph, would you say its in zone 1 or 2, i.e. could I replace with mains or would selv be needed not sure if I can get above ceiling to fit transformer.Shower zone.JPG
 
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230V fan is OK in zone 1 as long as it's IP44. or bettewr.
 
And manufacturers instructions followed...
I had similar situation and Vent Axia tech said no. Answer: fitted the Manrose!
 

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In the case of this particular unit with the positioning and height in relation to the shower I'd be looking at a 12 volt fan, although if that's a flat roof or very low pitch fitting the transformer unit could be a bit challenging.
 

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fit a IP44 230V fan end of.
 
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