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    ..that when the window is open in my room and the door is open a breeze comes through, but when the door is closed even though its windy outside no breeze comes in my room?

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    Pressure?
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    air flow

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheCanuk
    ..that when the window is open in my room and the door is open a breeze comes through, but when the door is closed even though its windy outside no breeze comes in my room?
    cause your room smells when the doors shut and the wind can't escape

    All spelling mistakes and grammatical errors in my post's are intentional.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afronaut
    Pressure?
    Yep.



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    small orange men with banana leaves fanning air through the doorway

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    Because when your door is open your house is drawing air from the opening in the window.
    This depends on wind direction.
    When your door is shut the air has nowhere to go so it moves at a much slower rate.

    If you open your window in your room, and open the window in the next room, block open the next rooms door and slowly open and close your door you will feel the preassure rise and fall and most likely get soe whistling.

    Jonno

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afronaut
    Pressure?
    Argh!! I can't take it anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon L. Obscene
    Because when your door is open your house is drawing air from the opening in the window.
    This depends on wind direction.
    When your door is shut the air has nowhere to go so it moves at a much slower rate.

    If you open your window in your room, and open the window in the next room, block open the next rooms door and slowly open and close your door you will feel the preassure rise and fall and most likely get soe whistling.

    Jonno
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    Jon L. Obscene's Avatar Canadain potatoes!!!
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    s'cos I'm tired lol

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