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stmbtwle

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You could simply cut out the part of the screen that would cover the window. 

But if it's already too hot, maybe you should just leave it well enough alone.

You could lower the T with a bigger fan, to pump more heat into the house. Is there a return duct?

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The fan costed nearly 3o% of the whole project, so no plan to replace it with bigger one :-) I open also a returned hall in the wall,at the other end of the window, can't be seen in the photo, but diameters of it is 12-13 cm, smaller than the 20cm of the intake hall, so when I don't leave tilted the window, the fan blow lesser air inside.i made to tight the sunspace. Obviously it can't suck as much air as it can blow inside, when window is closed.
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