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    Default My solution to venting the CG 1500

    So here is my solution to venting the CG 1500 , I just bought a 12v 30mm fan, used a Forester bit that was the exact same size as the fan (1 1/8) to make the hole. I siloconed the fan in place and wired it to the power supply. I also added a power switch so I don't have to keep un-plugging them when done. I live in SoCal so I'm not worried to worried about moisture, rain around here is like seeing Big foot riding a Unicorn and pulling Santas sleigh. Plus they will mounted with the fan facing down.



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    Default Re: My solution to venting the CG 1500

    Is this blowing in or out? If in, where does the air flow out?

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    Default Re: My solution to venting the CG 1500

    I'm in SoCal too and usually just a vent on the door will do. Hot air needs to get out. I don't see a vent. Its good to draw cool air in from the bottom but hot air needs to vent out the top usually.

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    Default Re: My solution to venting the CG 1500

    My will be blowing hot air out, On the 3 Cg 1500s that I have not all of the cable holes on the bottom will be used, this is where cool air will get in.

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