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Post: "Lazarette Hatch Ventilation For Engine?"

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Wendy Smith and Paul Bowling

My partner Paul went for an option similar to the original. He designed some wooden blocks that sit on all four corners of the hatch base, but can be removed and the hatch sealed when not needed to vent. Also when we run the engine, Paul removes a few of the boards on the internal access to the engine to allow a flow of air. This works well even though it increases the engine noise in the cabin.
We always try to go for the less electricery option, where possible.
Cheers Wendy
Kabuki

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