Originally Posted by TwinDad
I just took the trim down. The only wires I see running up there look like theyíre for the ceiling lights. If I hooked a fan up to those wires wouldnít I need to have the lights on to use the fan? I think itís kind of silly to have a vent there and they didnít think of having power there for a fan.
Though I have a different unit, I replaced my standard ceiling vent with a powered fan. It isn't likely you will find a constantly live 12V wire and ground in that area. Your light wires in the ceiling are after the wall switch, so you can't count on them. Even if wired for a 2nd air conditioner, the wires for that would be 120V and it's thermostat.
I was able to snake through the ceiling to the bathroom fan area and found a pair of live 12V wires I was able to feed off. There's no guarantee you will have the same luck I did, but look for a way to snake a wire to somewhere that has what you need. If you happen to be able to follow the light wires down to the light switch, you would be able to get your power source there, but only if your switch is on an interior wall.
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