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Hi 2ka, Here's a video that may help: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRIEqBFw_oQ
Thanks Suzette. I have seen this video, but we need to know how to go about venting it to the outside when you cannot access the attic. We can figure out how to install the part in the ceiling, but venting it is the hard part! :) Thanks for the help, though!
Hope this helps.
Another option is to locate the fan hole between two ceiling joists. Then cut an access hole in the ceiling right next to the wall where you can cut the exhaust hole in the sidewall. Then just patch the access hole.