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People do it all the time. If you can get a tap off of your HVAC return in the soffit in the rear, you'll have all the dissipation you need.

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Hi Simon

The only problem is that the attic itself is a hot place during the summer. Only way I'd do that is if I had some sort of trap vent that only allowed one way air flow and a fan to draw air through whenever operating.

Where is your HVAC in your room? Any chance you could just draw air in one end of the soffit and exhaust it out the other end into the room?

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I dunno - kinda doubting it. I'd want at least a small quiet PC fan close to one end pulling air through.

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You can do a couple of different things. You can buy a fan that will work on a dimmer at Radio Shack. You can also do a computer fan running either 5v or 12v and get a transformer wired to a plain light switch.

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