Fan-Tastic Vent Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan and Thermostat - Powered Lift - 14-1/4" x 14-1/4"

Fan-Tastic Vent Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan and Thermostat - Powered Lift - 14-1/4" x 14-1/4"

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The rain sensor on this thermostat-controlled roof vent ensures that the dome closes and the variable-speed, reversible, 12V fan shuts off when rain or snow hits. Powered lift eliminates hand cranking. Lowest Prices for the best rv vents and fans from Fantastic Vent. Fan-Tastic Vent Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan and Thermostat - Powered Lift - 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" part number FV803350 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Fantastic Vent RV Vents and Fans - FV803350

  • Roof Vent
  • Vent Assembly
  • Fantastic Vent
  • 14W x 14L Inch
  • With 12V Fan
  • Tinted
  • Powered Lift

The rain sensor on this thermostat-controlled roof vent ensures that the dome closes and the variable-speed, reversible, 12V fan shuts off when rain or snow hits. Powered lift eliminates hand cranking.


Features:

  • Roof vent with reversible 12V fan pushes stale air out of and pulls fresh air into your RV, camper, or enclosed trailer
  • Variable-speed fan offers 2 modes of operation
    • 3 Manual speeds let you boost or reduce airflow as needed
    • Automatic, thermostat-regulated settings conserve energy by running only when preset temperature is reached
  • Rain sensor signals dome to automatically close and fan to shut off when wet
    • Powered arm opens and closes hinged dome - no hand cranking needed
    • Fan resumes when sensor is dry
  • Knob on vent housing allows you to operate dome by hand in case of power failure
  • Pop-out screen keeps insects out and easily detaches for cleaning
  • 10 Clear fan blades allow sunlight into RV
  • Smoke-colored polyethylene dome filters UV rays while allowing light in
  • White interior polypropylene trim (or garnish) and roof flange are included
    • Smooth edges won't cut you during installation
  • Simple installation with 2-wire design
    • Hardware included
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Application: RV, camper, and trailer roofs up to 4" thick
    • Rough opening size: 14-1/4" x 14-1/4"
  • Vent extends above roof:
    • 4-1/2" When closed
    • 11-1/2" When open
  • Fan motor:
    • Capacity: 920 CFM
    • Voltage: 12 volts
    • 4-Amp slow blow fuse
  • Warranty:
    • 2-Year limited on vent assembly
    • Lifetime on dome (lid)


This Fan-Tastic Vent roof vent has a built-in 12V fan that uses a thermostat to help maintain an even temperature inside your RV, camper, or enclosed trailer. You can also control the dome and fan manually with a built-in hand knob or with controls on the vent housing. A rain sensor is included as well to signal the dome to close and the fan to shut off when it gets wet.


Ceiling Vent and Fan with Thermostat

Air out your RV after cooking or just draw in some fresh air while you sleep. This variable-speed ceiling fan operates in 2 modes: manual and automatic. The fan activates when you move the fan blade rocker switch to the in or the out position, which designates the direction of airflow.


When using the automatic mode, you can preset the fan to maintain a desired temperature inside your RV. The thermostat dial is color coded, with dark blue representing the coolest setting and dark red representing the warmest setting. The fan's internal thermostat will sense the actual room temperature, and the fan will run until the preset temperature is achieved. When the temperature rises above the preset temperature, the fan will automatically kick on again. So when you go out, you don't have to waste energy by leaving the vent running at full blast just to ensure that your RV is cool when you return. And because the fan will activate anytime that the preset temperature is reached, you can set up the system to ensure that your pets remain comfortable while you're out.


To control the fan manually, turn the speed knob on the vent housing. There are 3 speeds: low, medium, and high. There is also an off position.


Power Lift and Rain Sensor

Fan Tastic Vent Lift Dome

This Fan-Tastic Vent has a powered lift arm for the dome, so you don't have to manually crank it open or closed. The dome automatically opens when you turn on the fan. You can also use the small rocker switch on the vent housing to open and close the dome when the fan is not running. And a hand knob is built in so that you can operate the dome in the event of a power failure.


A moisture sensor ensures that the dome will close when rain or snow hits. So you can leave the vent running or preset it to run at a certain temperature, even if the forecast calls for rain. When the sensor gets wet, it signals the dome to close. With the dome closed, the fan blades will stop running. When the sensor dries, the dome will re-open and the fan blades will resume operation. To keep the sensor from activating in rain, snow, or humid and dewy conditions, simply add a vent cover (sold separately) to block moisture.


Installation

This vent requires a 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" opening in your trailer's roof and ceiling. To replace an old vent, install this vent into the existing opening. If your roof does not already have a vent, you will need to mark and cut an opening between roof joists to install this unit. And the 2-wire design makes it easy to have your vent hooked up and ready for use.



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Video of Fan-Tastic Vent Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan and Thermostat - Powered Lift - 14-1/4" x 14-1/4"


Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Fantastic Vent RV Vents and Fans - Roof Vent - FV803350 Review

Today we're going to be taking a look at part number FB803350, this is the Fantastic Vent Roof Vent. The roof vent's going to feature a reversible 12 volt fan that's going to be able to push old air out and pull fresh air into your RV, camper or enclosed trailer. The variable speed fan is going to offer two modes of operation, again allowing you to push old air out or pull fresh air in. That's controlled with this switch right here. Then you're going to have three manual speeds, it's going to let you boost to reduce air flow as needed. That's controlled with this switch up here.

You're going to have low, medium, and high and then you're going to have an off setting as well. This cap right here's going to be where your fuse is installed. The fuse is included and it's already pre-installed. Over here you're going to have the thermostat, so this unit's going to feature the automatic thermostat regulated settings. It's going to help conserve energy by running only when preset temperature is reached. Down here you're going to have the controls to open and close the dome.

You're going to have a manual control in case of power failure, and you're going to have the automatic control as well. Now a safety switch has been installed on the unit so the dome must be opened about three inches before the motor will even operate. When the dome is completely shut or fully closed, the motor's not going to operate, so keep that in mind. Now one of the other neat features I wanted tot ell you about is that it has an internal rain sensor built into it. That's going to signal the dome to automatically close and for the fan to shut off when it gets wet. The powered arm is going to open and close the hinged dome so you don't have to worry about any hand cranking when it gets wet and then when everything is dry, when that sensor is completely dry, the fan will kick back on. Right here, we're going to have a pop-put vent or a pop-out screen, excuse me, a pop-out screen.

This is going to help keep insects out of your RV, camper or enclosed trailer. That can easily be detached, that way you can clean the screen, and you can also gain access to those fan blades and clean those as well. It's going to feature ten clear fan blades, so that's going to allow for plenty of sunlight to come into the interior of whatever it is that you have this installed on. Then here on top we're going to have a smoke colored polyethylene dome. This is going to filter UV rays while allowing plenty of light in. Now this piece right here, this is going to be our interior polypropylene trim, or garnish and roof flange, it is included.

This is the piece that you're going to be able to see from the interior of your RV, camper or enclosed trailer. It's going to have four mounting holes on it so that way you don't have a lot of screws to look at with it installed. You don't have to worry about multiple screws, so only four mounting holes. All your screws and hardware's included. The screws are going to have nice white heads on them so that way it's really going to blend in well with the interior trim piece. Now the unit's a very simple installation. These two pieces are going to fit together if we can get those to slide into each other. Just like so, so your ceiling and roof would be sitting between here. It's a two-wire design so you're going to have one wire for power, one wire for ground. All the necessary hardware is included. The only thing that you may need to purchase separately is if you want to put some sealant or put some caulk on the roof around the mounting flange. The product's going to be made in the USA, again, it's designed for RVs, campers, and enclosed trailers that have roofs up to four inches thick. Now if your roof is a little bit thinner, you can trim that interior piece to fit your particular application. The rough opening size that this vent is going to fit, is going to be 14.25" by 14.25" square design. If we measure outside edge to outside edge here on the piece that's going to go on the roof, we're going to have about 16 3/8 of an inch. The interior piece, outside edge to outside edge is going to be 16.25 and again both of those pieces are going to have square measurements. Now with it fully installed, the vent is going to extend above the roof when fully closed by about 4 1/2 inches and 11 1/2 inches when it's fully open. We're going to have multiple mounting holes that's going to go around the perimeter of the piece that's going to mount to the roof. Again, all the hardware to get that attached is included. Now when it comes to the fan capacity on high, it's 920 SCFM on medium, 653 SCFM, and on low 478 SCFM. SCFM is going to stand for standard cubic feet per minute of air flow. Now when it comes to the power draw on high, at 12 volts, that's going to be 3 amps. On medium, 2.29 amps and on low 1.86 amps. We're going to and connect it to our external power source that way you can see how the fan and all the different functions are going to operate. I'm just going to go to the underside here, I'm going to go ahead and try to open up our vent, or our dome. Here we go. One of the other things I want to point out is that it also has a nice gasket that goes around here to create a nice tight seal to limit the amount of moisture that comes in. We see the components here again, we're going to have the clear fan blades, rain sensor on this side, sealable hinge design and again we're on that smoke colored dome. Now I can go ahead and turn our fan on. I just want to choose the direction of air flow. This is on low. This is on medium. This is on high, really nice quiet fan. We can go ahead and turn it off. Then again, you can change the direction of air flow using that large switch underneath. Now we'll go ahead and close the dome. It's a really nice simple, easy to use design. That's going to do it for today's look at part number FV803350. .


Customer Reviews

Fan-Tastic Vent Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan and Thermostat - Powered Lift - 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" - FV803350

Average Customer Rating:  4.2 out of 5 stars   (5 Customer Reviews)

The rain sensor on this thermostat-controlled roof vent ensures that the dome closes and the variable-speed, reversible, 12V fan shuts off when rain or snow hits. Powered lift eliminates hand cranking.

- FV803350
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I have not installed the product yet, but it is exactly what I ordered. It is a replacement, so I'm sure it will be just fine when I put it in. All the pieces are the same as what I took out. Delivered quick and in good condition. 672381



- FV803350
by:

Still works well , looks like new 434934



- FV803350
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Absolute waste. It seems like when the company was sold they changed the programming and instead of fixing it or giving customers an option (read: a simple switch!) they made it so the rain sensor just shuts it permanently absolutely destroying any usefulness of the rain sensor. Customer service doesn't even understand the problem (e.g. getting up at 3 am because of a 2 minute rain at midnight to cycle the fan power) or alternative uses (e.g. using the fan to prevent overheating for longer periods- an all day hike). It now just closes permanently a the first drop of rain instead of reopening when the sensor is dry. I literally ripped this brand new fan out two weeks after install and a year later it's still sitting on my workbench because I refuse to hobble someone else with this absolute piece of garbage before I get a chance to override the problem with an FRM01 12v relay computer. I haven't bothered because 1. I have a better fan (the old version I was lucky enough to find) 2. this one has a chimney which sits up 2" higher 3. the new motor is weak enough that even if nothing else was wrong it would still be a mediocre fan. The old model has a horizontal front hinge and a black motor housing that extends into the lid. Beware a lot of images of the old model are still used in listings for the new model. 410384



- FV803350
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I received my fan and installed it the same day. They kept me informed when it was shipping and even called to verify my shipping address since it was different from my billing address. Good people to work with and pricing was very competitive 477599



- FV803350
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Works well just like new still looks new 436699


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  • Based on my research, your Haulmark Edge race trailer has a standard 14" x 14" roof vent, which requires a 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" opening. If you are concerned about roof thickness, the Fan-Tastic vent's roof garnish - such as the one in the photo that I've attached - can be trimmed to meet your specifications. The only thing left for you to do is choose which vent you prefer. The most popular of our Fan-Tastic roof vents is # FV801200, which has a manual-speed knob to let you control airflow....
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  • Replacement Parts for Fan-Tastic Vent Roof Vent
  • There are no individual wheel and gear pieces available for the Fan-Tastic Vent Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan and Thermostat # FV803350. The only replacement parts available are the 3-Speed Switch # FVK1031-05, Lift Motor # FVK6050-80 and Fan Motor Assembly Kit # FVK8017-00.
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  • Lift Motor Replacement for Roof Vent Where Motor Runs After Lid is Closed
  • Most likely you have an issue with the roof vent's lift motor. If you have a Fan-Tastic roof vent there are a couple options for replacement motors and to pick out the correct one you'll need to base it off of the shape of the plastic housing. Vents with a pear shaped plastic housing use: # FVK6050-80 Vents with a diamond shaped thumb slide use: # FVK6010-81 If you have a different brand of roof vent let me know what you have and I'll see what we can find as a replacement.
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  • Is Vent Cover # FVU1500BL Compatible with Fan-Tastic Roof Vent that has Rain Sensor
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  • Fan-Tastic Vent Rain Sensor Light Stays On All the Time
  • The rain sensor doesn't have to be activated. When it gets wet it will automatically close the vent lid. When it dries it opens back up. But it sounds like yours has a short that is causing that light to stay on all the time. In order to get the replacement rain sensor you would need upgrade kit # FV803358 which includes the sensor.
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  • How To Wire the Fan-Tastic Vent Roof Vents with 12V Fans
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  • Does the MaxxAir MaxxFan Deluxe have a Rain Sensor
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  • Adapter Recommendation for Powering Fan-Tastic Roof Vent with 110 AC Power
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  • Troubleshooting MaxxAir Fan Issue with New Motor
  • It sounds like your MaxxAir MaxxFan Trailer Roof Vent has a powered lift like # MA00-04500K but has a connection issue. It is getting power for the lid to open and close but not for the fan function. I recommend testing your wiring using a circuit tester like # PTW2993 to make sure you are getting power to your fan switch and if so if power is getting to your new motor. If you test the motor with a battery and it works, then you know you have switches or wiring that is in need of...
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  • Will Fan-Tastic Vent Roof Vent Work With Solar-Powered System
  • Since you said your solar powered system is 12V, it would work great with the Fan-Tastic Vent Roof Vent, part # FV803350, as long as it provides at least 4 amps. This vent has a powered lift and a built-in rain sensor, and has 3 speed settings to let you control the air flow. This fan is designed for roofs up to 4 inches thick and the rough opening needed for installation is 14-1/4 x 14-1/4 inches.
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  • The Fan-Tastic Vent Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan - Manual Lift - 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" # FV801200 is a nice fan, but there is a powered lift fan available. I recommend the Fan-Tastic Vent Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan and Remote - Powered Lift - 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" # FV807350 as a direct replacement. This is thermostat-controlled and has rain sensors to automatically close for rain or snow. Another thermostat controlled unit without the remote is the Fan-Tastic Vent Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan and Thermostat - Powered...
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  • Replacement Motor Recommendation for a Fantastic Roof Vent
  • The correct replacement motor for the Fantastic Vent part # FV803350 that you referenced is the part # FVK6050-80. The price is below at the product link.
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  • Troubleshooting MaxxAir Fan that Doesn't Work but Lid Does
  • It sounds like your MaxxAir MaxxFan Trailer Roof Vent has a powered lift like # MA00-04000K but has a connection issue. It is getting power for the lid to open and close but not for the fan function. I recommend testing your wiring using a circuit tester like # PTW2993 to make sure you are getting power to your fan switch and if so if power is getting to your new motor. If you test the motor with a battery and it works, then you know you have switches or wiring that is in need of repair....
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  • Troubleshooting Fantastic Vent Fan with Rain Guard and Thermostat
  • Your Fantastic Vent model 8100ts doesn't have replacement parts available, so I recommend using a circuit tester like # PTW2993 to check for power functions. I reached out to the manufacturer and in addition to this, they said to check the circuit board. You may need to simply clean it and add some dielectric grease like # 11755 to help with electrical connection and keep dirt and moisture out. If there are scorch marks on the circuit board, then the board is fried and the entire unit...
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  • Will Existing Vent Cover Fit Over MaxxAir MaxxFan Deluxe - Smoke Item # MA00-07500K
  • Since MaxxAir MaxxFan Deluxe - Smoke Item # MA00-07500K sticks up more than a regular vent you will likely have to remove the cover that you already have. Fan-Tastic Vent Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan and Thermostat - Powered Lift - 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" Item # FV803350 will have a standard vent profile and it is more likely that it will work with your cover than the MaxxAir fan.
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  • Operation of Rain Sensor and Automatic Fan on Fan-Tastic Vent Roof Vent FV803350
  • Yes, the Fan-Tastic Vent Roof Vent # FV803350 has a rain sensor that will close when it rains or snows but then re-open once it dries. The fan will also automatically re-start once the dome has opened.
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  • I spoke with my contact at Ventline and they informed me that the Ventline Northern Breeze Screen part BVDO231-00 is obsolete and no longer available. I understand if you would like to keep looking elsewhere however, if one cannot be found then your only option is to replace the entire vent unfortunately. If you choose to take this route I recommend taking a look at one of the following. Fan-Tastic Vent part # FV800900 (Manual Lift, No Fan) Fan-Tastic Vent part # FV801250 (Manual Lift,...
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  • Replacement Lid Lift Motor for Fan-Tastic Vent
  • Replacement Lift Motor for Fan-Tastic Vents # FVK6050-80 is the correct low-speed (7 rpm) replacement motor for Fan-Tastic vents that have the powered lift feature for their lid. The part allows you to select either manual or automated lid opening. It works with fans like # FV803350.
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  • Remote Compatible with Roof Vent with Fan and Powered Lift
  • The Fan-Tastic Vent Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan and Thermostat - Powered Lift - 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" # FV803350 unfortunately does not have a receiver so a remote for that fan/vent is not an option. You can hardwire it to a switch, but that only will give you the fan speed or power options. To get the remote feature you would need one of the following vents: Fan-Tastic Vent Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan and Remote - Powered Lift - 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" # FV807350 MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan, Thermostat,...
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  • Troubleshooting Fan-Tastic Roof Vent FV803350 That Doesn't Open Or Close
  • First thing you will want to check is that the fan has power and is grounding properly. You can try using jumper wires to the vent wiring that are run to known ground and power to see if that works. Next, you can check the fuse of the fan to make sure it is not blown. Near the speed setting is a plug that holds a 4 amp fuse. I attached a picture that points out where it is. If the fan still works when you manually open the lid that would indicate a problem with the lid motor. Since...
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