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MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan, Thermostat, and Remote - Powered Lift - 10 Speed - Smoke

MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan, Thermostat, and Remote - Powered Lift - 10 Speed - Smoke

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The built-in rain shield on this powered roof vent protects the interior of your RV or camper from rainwater. The reversible, 10-speed fan has a thermostat to regulate airflow inside your RV. Ceiling fan mode circulates air when vent is closed. Lowest Prices for the best rv vents and fans from MaxxAir. MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan, Thermostat, and Remote - Powered Lift - 10 Speed - Smoke part number MA00-07500K can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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MaxxAir RV Vents and Fans - MA00-07500K

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

The built-in rain shield on this powered roof vent protects the interior of your RV or camper from rainwater. The reversible, 10-speed fan has a thermostat to regulate airflow inside your RV. Ceiling fan mode circulates air when vent is closed.


  • Roof vent with fan and thermostat moves air in and out of your RV or camper
    • Vent allows air to circulate while your RV remains locked and secure
  • Integrated rain shield prevents rainwater from entering your RV or trailer
    • Allows you to open the vent and operate the fan in any weather
    • Eliminates the need to install a separate vent cover
  • 12V DC, variable-speed fan has 2 modes of operation
    • In manual mode, 10 speed options let you increase or reduce airflow
    • In auto mode, fan turns on and off based on preset temperature of thermostat
  • Reversible fan can either bring air in or exhaust air out
    • Circulates air like a ceiling fan when the vent is closed
  • Remote control with LCD screen allows you to set the thermostat and the fan speed and direction
    • Storage cradle mounts to wall
    • Includes hardware and 2 AAA batteries
  • Flush-mounted keypad on vent lets you operate the fan and the thermostat
  • Smoke dome (or lid) is made of high-density polyethylene
    • Seamless, low-profile appearance when closed
  • 2 Powered lifting arms keep the vent open
    • No hand cranking is needed to open vent - use remote or keypad
    • Manual knob lets you open and close the vent in the event of a power loss
  • Bug screen keeps insects out and is easy to remove for cleaning or maintenance
  • Fuse-protected, ball bearing motor is sealed to keep out dust, dirt, and moisture
  • Rubber weather seal helps prevent leaks when vent is closed
  • Mounting flange is constructed of UV-resistant ABS plastic
    • Smooth edges won't cut you during installation
  • White interior trim piece (or garnish), insulated electrical connectors, and hardware are included for installation
    • Roof sealant sold separately
  • 2-Wire design
    • Black wire is power
    • White wire is ground


  • Fits: roofs 1-1/8" to 6-1/2" thick
    • Opening size: 14" wide x 14" long
  • Overall dimensions: 23" long x 16-7/16" wide x 5" tall
    • Mounting flange dimensions: 16-1/2" long x 16-1/2" wide
    • Garnish dimensions: 16-3/8" long x 16-3/8" wide
  • Vent extends above roof:
    • When closed: 5"
    • When open: 9-5/16"
  • Overall fan diameter: 12"
  • Fan capacity: 900 CFM
  • Quantity of fan blades: 10
  • Power draw: 5 amps
  • Warranty:
    • 2-Year limited on vent assembly
    • Limited lifetime on dome

Note: Not for use directly above tubs, showers, or range cooking surfaces.

Built-In Rain Shield

MaxxFan Deluxe Rain Shield

The MaxxFan Deluxe has a built-in rain shield that, along with the dome, surrounds and encloses the vent opening. The shield blocks rainwater and other precipitation from entering through the vent and damaging the interior of your RV or camper. This means you can run the fan during any weather without having to worry about the consequences. With the rain shield, there is also no need to install a separate vent cover.

The smoke dome on the rain shield is constructed of durable high-density polypropylene. When it's closed, the dome provides a seamless, low-profile appearance.

Reversible, Variable-Speed Fan with Thermostat

MaxxFan Deluxe Fan Motor

The 12-volt, variable-speed fan has 2 modes of operation: manual and auto. When the fan is in manual mode, you can choose from 10 different speeds to increase or reduce the airflow as needed. Auto mode works in conjunction with the fan's thermostat.

To enter auto mode, press the auto mode button on either the remote control or keypad. Once the fan is in auto mode, the thermostat is activated with a set temperature of 78 degrees F. Pressing the arrow keys on either the remote or keypad changes the set temperature in 1 degree increments. When the thermostat is set, it senses the room temperature and automatically turns the fan on if it is above the set temperature. The fan shuts off when the set temperature has been reached. If the room temperature rises, the fan turns on again. This keeps your RV cool and comfortable and saves you from having to adjust the fan by hand. The auto mode also saves energy by running the fan no more than necessary, especially while you're away or asleep.

This fan is reversible, which means you are able to both exhaust stale air out of your RV and bring fresh air in from the outside. To enter ceiling fan mode, close the vent while the fan is still running. The fan then circulates the air inside your RV like a ceiling fan.

The fan has a fuse-protected, ball bearing motor that is sealed to keep out dust, dirt, and moisture.

Remote Control and Keypad

Remote for MaxxFan Plus

The remote control has a built-in LCD screen so that it's easy to see the current settings. The remote enables you to operate the vent and fan from afar, including opening or closing the dome and turning the fan on or off. With the remote, you can also control the fan speed, the direction of the airflow, and the set temperature for the thermostat.

The remote comes with a cradle, which mounts to the wall. When it's not in use, the remote can be stored in the cradle. Hardware and 2 AAA batteries are included. The low-battery indicator located on the top-center area of the screen lets you know when it's time to change the batteries.

Keypad for MaxxFan Deluxe

Like the remote control, the flush-mounted keypad on the vent allows you to operate the vent, the fan, and the thermostat.

Powered-Lift Dome with Twin Arms

MaxxFan Deluxe Open

This powered-lift vent opens and closes automatically, which means no hand cranking is needed. And unlike a vent that has only 1 arm, this dome is supported by 2 sturdy arms so that it will stay open during high winds or while you are driving.

MaxxFan Plus Manual Knob

And a manual hand knob is built into the underside of the vent to allow you to open and close the dome if your RV loses power.

Removable Bug Screen

MaxxFan Deluxe Bug Screen

This vent has a bug screen that helps keep insects and debris out of your RV. It is secured to the vent with 4 built-in retainer clips. These clips make it easy to remove the screen for cleaning or maintenance. Just rotate the clips, and the screen will pop out.


The MaxxFan Deluxe vent fits standard 14" x 14" openings in the roof of an RV, camper, or enclosed trailer. A white interior trim piece (or garnish), insulated electrical connectors, and hardware are included for installation. The included mounting flange is lined with a rubber weather seal, which helps prevent leaks. Roof sealant (sold separately) is required for installation.

To install, first secure the mounting flange to the roof. Then connect the two wires on the vent to your RV's electrical system. The black wire is for power, and the white wire is for ground. Next insert the vent into the flange and fasten it down using the metal mounting points on the flange. To finish, trim the garnish as needed to fit the thickness of your roof and install it.

00-07500K MaxxAir Max Fan Deluxe Trailer Roof Vent w/ Rain Cover for RV, Camper, Enclosed Trailer - Smoke Dome

Installation Details MA00-07500K Installation instructionsAlternate Instructions MA00-07500K Installation instructions

Video of MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan, Thermostat, and Remote - Powered Lift - 10 Speed - Smoke

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

Video Transcript for MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent Review

Speaker 1: Today you're going to take a look at the Maxxair Maxxfan deluxe series of roof vents. Those are going to have 12 volt fans. They're going to be available in smoke and white. If you've ever been on an RV trip before, whether it be a short one or a cross country trip. You realize very quickly how stuffy it can get inside. Because let's face it we're basically driving around on an extremely comfortable box on wheels that doesn't have a whole lot of good circulation.

But that's where our Maxxfan's going to come in to play. It's going to allow the circulation to be a lot more and allow us to enjoy our trip that much more.It's going to have an adjustable speed fan to get the air moving. As well as a vent with a built in rain cover. So here you can see the rain cover that's going to protect our RV on the inside and this covering is a lot more resilient than the old style ones. That a tree branch or anything would fall on it, possibly crack it and fill up with water.

This is going to withstand a lot more than those old styles. And it is all completely built in, so we're not going to have to have an extra cover on top of our vent.I know a lot of you are probably wondering, how high is this going to stick off my RV Well at the highest setting with it fully open, it's going to be just over nine inches. With our vent closed at the highest point, it's just going to be just over five inches. And that's going to be a big upgrade over the old style covers, that are going to be a static height and they're not going to move. Even with ours fully opened, it's going to be at the same height if not a little bit lower than the air conditioning unit in front of it.Now our Maxxfans deluxe is going to come in three different configurations.

And they're all going to come in either this dark tinting or a white. Now we can move inside and take a closer look at some of the differences. Here we're going to have our baseline model. It is going to be an exhaust only fan. It's not going to pull air from the outside.

But that's going to be perfect for situations and rooms like we have here on our bathroom to get that hot steamy humid air out of there whenever we're taking a shower.Since this is the baseline model, let's go over the features that all of them are going to have. It's going to feature a manual knob. If we pull, it'll unlock it and we'll be able to rotate the knob counterclockwise to open the vent. Then we can push on it to lock it. Then we can just turn the knob clockwise to close the vent. All of our fans are going to have the ability to adjust the speed. Now this one in particular is going to have four settings. As you can see, even with the fan on high, it's still relatively quiet compared to a lot of the other fans on the market.If we move up to our mid range on high end models. It's going to have all the same features that our baseline model has. With the added bonus that not only is it going to be an exhaust fan, but it's also going to allow us to pull fresh air in. So if it's a nice cool night outside and the inside of our RV's getting a little stuffy, we'll be able to pull that mice fresh air in and cool us down. It's also going to have a little bit more adjustability to be able to fine tune that comfort setting. We're going to have a total of 10 settings opposed to the four. Both of them are going to have an automatic mode. It's going to have a built in thermostat, which is going to work just like the one in your house. It's going to turn the fan on when it gets too warm and turn it off, whenever we reach the temperature that we have it set to.If you've gotten the temperature in your RV comfortable, but it still just feels a little stuffy and you need a little bit more air movement. We can leave our vent closed and turn our fan on, which will act like a ceiling fan circulating that air in here making it a little bit more comfortable. The top of the line model of course is going to be the nicest. And one of the best things is we're not going to have to get up and stretch to make all of our settings and operate our fan. It's going to have a remote where we won't even have to leave our seat.The remote's going to have a nice, easy to read display. And we'll be able to operate everything from here. With the button at the bottom, we'll be able to open and close our vent without ever having to leave our seat. Our remote is going to be a lot more convenient to use, not only because we don't have to get up, but because of the dedicated buttons and the read out on the display is going to take out a lot of the guess work setting our fan. It's going to come with a cradle that's going to keep our remote safe and secure while we're driving, but also within arms reach. Now one thing I do want to mention about the remote, it is only going to work within about five feet of your fan. Now that may seem like it's not a whole lot of space but it's kind of a nice feature because you have more than one. It's going to make controlling each one a little bit easier, rather than getting cross signals and you don't have to worry about your neighbor trying to turn your fan on and off.So now that we've seen how nice our fans are and how they work, let's go over some of those boring numbers. So we can make sure this is going to be right for you. Now all these specs are going to be true for all three models of our fans. It's going to have a 12 inch diameter fan and they're all rated at 900 CFM. Which is going to be the amount of air that it can move at it's max speed. They're going to have a five amp draw. So when you're wiring it up, you just want to make sure that that circuit can handle that. And you're going to need a 14 inch square hole in the roof, which is pretty common for most vents in RVs.One more question you may ave about the Maxxfan deluxe, is how do you get it installed Well it's a pretty straight forward process. Let's go ahead and show you how to do that. Typically, you're going to be using your Maxxair Maxxfan vent to replace an existing vent. So we're going to start out on the inside and be removing the trim or the garnish that's inside the roof. Now we're going to go ahead and hold on to it once we have it down because we may be able to reuse it. If yours is damaged or cracked, we do have some available on our website.I'm just going to take a Phillips head screwdriver and pull out the four screws holding it in place. You simply just slide it down and set it aside for now. We're on the top of our RV getting ready to remove the vent. And we got all of our supplies that we're going to need up here. You are going to need a caulk gun with some quality sealant in it. As well as a putty knife, pair of wire crimpers, and strippers as well as some kind of screwdriver or a drill to remove the fasteners. So you're going to want to start, if you have a vent cover you're going to want to open it up. So that we can expose all the sealant that's holding our current one in. That's where our putty knife is going to come in and we're going to scrape all of the sealant off and make a nice clean area. It may take a little bit of patience and time. We're just going to go working our way around the edge and scraping up all the sealant, so we can pull it out.So to make it a little bit easier on ourselves, rather than trying to peel all the silicone away while out vent is still in. We're going to take away the part that's on the fasteners, so we can get to all the fasteners holding it in place. And then we can try to pry it up and then remove the rest of the excess sealant. You want to make sure you pull all the fasteners out before you try pulling up on the vent because you don't want to damage the roof. You're just going to work your putty knife underneath the edge of it and start lifting up and it should set itself free. We'll be able to pull it out. Now keep in mind there are going to be some wires attached to it. So you don't want to pull too far and pull too hard. But for now we have the power off in our motor home. So we're just going to cut our power and ground wire off of our existing vent.Now with the vent removed, you're going to want to make sure you clean all the excess sealant off, so it's nice and smooth all the way around the opening. With the hole prepped on our roof, I'm going to take my sealant and my caulk gun. I'm just going to run a bead going all the way across the ring that we're going to install in our roof. Just want to make sure you get a nice bead on there, you got enough material that it's going to seal it. But you don't need so much that it's going to be oozing out the side like crazy amounts. You just want to get a good seal on it.So the base ring that we're going to be installing in the roof that we put our silicone on. You're going to want to make sure that, that black rubber seal is facing up. And we're going to have four metal tabs, two on each side. You want to make sure that those metal tabs are going to the left and right of your RV and not facing front to back. So that's the only stipulation when we put our ring in place. So we're just going to loosely put it in place and try to line up as close as we can to our old vent. Just press it in place to get it seated. All along the edge of this base piece here, we're going to have several holes that are going to me our mounting holes. So we can take the 16 Phillips head screws and we're going to secure them in each one of those holes.Just want to grab a drill or some kind of driver to get them in place. You're going to want to make sure you use all the screws to secure them down. Now I do want to mention that these screws are stainless steel. So if you're using a magnetic bit driver, it's not going to hold them. So be careful since we are on top of the RV, you don't want to drop them and have to find them down at the bottom. So with our ring secure, I'm going to come back with a little more sealant and I'm going to go over each one of the screws and as well going towards the edge to make sure it has a nice water tight seal.Now I'm just going to come back with a putty knife, kind of smooth it out. And more the excess around where I need to. So we can start focusing on the two wires that are coming from our RV. Now we're going to have a yellow wire on our application that's going to be our power and our white wire's going to be our ground. So we're going to strip back just a little bit from each wire. Until we have two exposed ends. In our kit they're going to provide us with two spade terminals, a female and a male, two of each. So to make things easier on ourselves, we're going to grab the female spade and put one of the female spades on each one of our wires. So we can just slip it over the end, grab our wire crimpers and crimp it in place. And we'll do the same thing for our power wire.Now coming off of our vent fan, we're going to have two wires, a black one and a white one. And the black wire is labeled with a tag letting us know that it is the positive side of the fan. So we're going to take the male end of our spade connectors and we're going to crimp it on each one of our wires. Now the wires coming off the fan are relatively long. But we're going to leave them that way. That way we have a lot of room to maneuver the fan in and connect everything, so we're not trying to work right underneath it when we're putting it in. So we're going to hook our black wire up to our positive wire coming off our RV. Just make sure the spades line up, we can push it together. And we can take our white wire and hook it up to the ground wire coming off our RV.Now on the bottom of our fan, we're going to have a knob that's going to let us manually open and close it. To get everything in place, it is going to make it whole lot easier if we open it up all the way. So we can go ahead and come to the knob and it's going to let us know which way to turn it. So we're going to open it up which is going to give us a little bit more room. We're going to turn that knob until it stops and it's not opening anymore. Now we can loosely just drop the wires down below. And we're going to pick up our fan and we can gently place it inside the panel we put in.Now you'll notice that there's a little tab with some holes on each side. You want those to roughly line up with those silver tabs because that's where we're going to be mounting them. Now the silver tabs moved, so may need to give it a little bit of a wiggle and it'll drop right in. To secure our fan to that flange that we mounted to the roof, we're going to be taking two shorter screws and we're going to be going through the plastic ring right here. That's going to go into the metal section of that tab. Now you may need to push down because there is a rubber gasket in there. Which may make it a little difficult to line it up. We just got to push down on the fan, get our screw started. We can take a screwdriver or a drill and very carefully get the screw in place. And we'll repeat that for other three remaining holes. We're going to have two on each side.So that'll finish up the top side and secure our fan to our roof. We can go ahead and remove the plastic cover. And we can move back inside. So underneath where our fan is mounted, we're just going to take our wires and if you can, you're just going to push them back in to the ceiling. But if they stop and you don't have a whole lot of room. What you can do is, is you can kind of just bundle them up and we're going to tuck them between the insulation and the edge of our vent here. Just so they're out of the way. Not going to interfere with anything and it's not going to get in the way or get caught on anything either. You just want to make sure if you are getting it between the fan and you don't want to get it stuck in the fan area.Now our new fan is going to come with a new garnish. But as you can see it is quite a bit larger than the one we took out. So the way we're going to measure and figure out how we need to cut this to make it fit, is if we come up to the ceiling and we go inside the hole where our fan is. We're going to measure from the very top of the roof to the very bottom of where the garnish would be on the ceiling. Now you're going to need to add about a half an inch to that measurement. And then you come back to your garnish and measure up and you would trim the excess off. But since we had our existing garnish from our old unit and it's still in good shape. We're just going to go ahead and make sure that it will work. As you can see it will tuck up nicely. We're just going to have to move the wires a little bit so we don't see them.Then we're going to take the included screws. Now these are going to be flathead screws. They're going to be white on the bottom and we'll go around the four corners and put them in place to secure the garnish. Possible you may want to get started by hand to help hold it in place. And then we can secure one at a time the rest of the way. With everything installed, now would be a good time to ahead and clean up all the excess material that may have fell through, when we we're cleaning off that sealant. As well as all the other tools and other equipment that's on top of the roof of our RV. When we're done, we'll be able to turn our fan on and enjoy the fresh air. And that'll finish up your look at the Maxxair Maxxfan deluxe roof vent with 12 volt fan.

Customer Reviews

MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan, Thermostat, and Remote - Powered Lift - 10 Speed - Smoke - MA00-07500K

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (222 Customer Reviews)

The built-in rain shield on this powered roof vent protects the interior of your RV or camper from rainwater. The reversible, 10-speed fan has a thermostat to regulate airflow inside your RV. Ceiling fan mode circulates air when vent is closed.

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I installed this powered vent on our Keystone 5th wheel about a year ago and we have not had any issues with it since installation. I works well and does a good job keeping the heat down in the camper. I am planning on installing a second vent in the sleeping area soon. 635683

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Great fan!! We installed one in the bathroom and liked it so well we installed a second one in the front of our trailer. Very quiet and it really reduces our use of the air conditioner. I would recommend it to a friend. 574807

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Purchased this product based on reviews online and advice from Jayco dealership. Very easy installation and design lends itself to repairs/replacement without removing mounting flange. Removing the existing sealant from the roof was the hardest part. Quiet operation with great movement of air. 443994

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I installed this in the bathroom of the trailer. Lovely that I can now turn on the fan with the remote as I couldn't reach the manual switch on the original one. It is very powerful and quiet. It has really reduced the air conditioner use. Just have to careful to not have it on when flushing the toilet as it WILL pull up the stink into the trailer! The install was an easy switch from the old one. Removing the old caulking was the most difficult part. 490783

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Thanks, CarolC....I opened my door and there it was...nice surprise...will open and check out this weekend. 575684

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Excellent! Provides great airflow and very quiet. A bit louder at 100%, but I think this is due more to the amount of air flowing through a 14" hole than to being a noisy fan. At 40% provides a nice breeze and whisper quiet, perfect for bedroom. Remote is a little bit tricky to understand but not too bad. Love not worrying about whether we forgot to close the vent when it rains. 568500

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Purchased this MaxxFan to install in our new Jayco motorhome. It is well made and very installation friendly. With help, and supervision, from my wife, we had it installed and operating in less than one day counting numerous breaks due to extreme hot weather. Hardest part was cleaning the sealant where the old roof vent was mounted. Very pleased with the fan and installation. Operation is much quieter than I expected. All functions are controllable with the remote control. You can set it for automatic operation based on desired activation temp and fan speed. Very handy. No more climbing on the bed to open/close/turn on/off. Very satisfied with purchase. 522225

One year later and the MaxxAir is still performing perfectly. Would recommend this to anyone looking for this type product.
Glenn - 06/29/2019


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Outstanding Product! Bought this to replace the RV’s OEM not so Fantastic Fan branded roof vent on my 3 year old motorhome. Removal of the old roof vent and sealant was fairly easy. Pros: Engineered to last, supports on both sides of the vent cap, can be left open in the rain and low profile design. Cons: the range of the remote control is only about 5 feet, but his may have been done intentionally to prevent your neighbor from controlling your vent. Tip: make sure you purchase Self Leveling Dicor and putty tape. etrailer has the putty tape but does not sell Dicor. 466079

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Haven't installed this one as of yet. Assuming it is not defective, I have every reason to believe it's another great product from Maxxair. I shopped around and found that when you include the free shipping, eTrailer has the best price. They have great follow up, personally calling me to let me know it was on back order and if I could wait, which was okay. No other company has ever called me like that. 493927

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Bought one from etrailer last month, it works so good that we purchased a second one for the back area of our Sprinter Van. Great product with the best price and shipping turn around time/ experience of this transaction on line. Thanks- etrailer.com 282569

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Bought 2 of these, unfortunately both of them squeak when the fan is on. 596419

According to MaxxAir, to seat the fan motor brushes correctly, the fans need to run at high speed for about 24 hours. At this point, the brushes will align and the motors will become more quiet.
-- Mike L - 01/16/2019


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Fan works great in our Promaster 1500. Sometimes it's tough to get the remote control to work from the front seats since we mounted it in the far back but otherwise it does a great job. We're surprised how you can have it run in bad storms and rain never gets inside. 573680

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Initially I was real apprehensive about getting this fan installed on my 16’ Casita. Not because I didn’t want the fan, believe me I did. The specifications alone were impressive, but the ability to run it like a ceiling fan, with the vent closed was hands down the most impressive feature. Something my little Dachshund Cinnamon would surely attest to. The front mounted ac unit in the 16’ Casita benifits greatly from this fan, it circulates the air better, cools things quicker and, helps maintain the temperature better. There is little information about putting this on a Casita, much less a 16’ one, but I’m happy with my decision to do so. This fan is awesome, and Etrailer was very helpful with information on my purchase. Another note was that I’m happy Terry my installer did this project, the factory installed Fan was riveted in from the top, and removing it wouldn’t have been a typical by the book procedure. Thanks George J. I’m one happy camper, and that’s without mentioning the remote control, air flow on low settings, great price, fast delivery, or quietness of the product. Sincerely, A. McCord Sgt. US Army Ret. 495102

Still going strong. I can’t say enough positive things about this fan. It’s hard to imagine life without it. The air flow created by using this fan with a cracked window is impressive, and that’s without placing it on the highest setting, something I rarely do unless it’s to cool things off while away.
Alicia - 04/11/2019


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Picked this fan over Fantastic Fan because of the thermostat opportunity. My wife can set it to one temp and have it go on and off as needed. Recieved the product earlier than expected. No damage. Customer service was very responsive to email inquiries during the shipping/delivery phase. Local dealer is installing the fan today!! 489423

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This is the second MaxxFan Deluxe that I've installed on our 2016 Navion 24M motorhome. We installed the first one late last year in the bathroom, and absolutely loved the capability of leaving the unit open and running on a rainy day while taking a shower. That unit replaced one of two 7350 Fantastic Fans with rain sensors that we had in the MH. Recently we had a real world test as the second Fantastic Fan that was running in the front of our motorhome closed and shut down as soon as a light misty rain started during the night, while the MaxxFan just kept on running keeping the air moving through the MH, Based on that real world experience, as soon as we got home I ordered this second unit and it will be replacing the other Fantastic Fan. I ordered this unit on Tuesday and received it in two days. This is one of many items we've ordered through etrailer and have had nothing but fantastic experiences with their ordering process and support group. We will be back again! 614815

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I've just received this and since the weather has been so horrid, have not had a chance to install it yet. But it is extremely well packaged, arrived undamaged and as close to on-time as possible, due to the hurricanes down south. I will attempt to update this review once the fan is installed. Oh yeah - best price for new that I could find!! 575367

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We really love these fans. I installed one in each end of the Airstream. Installation was easy in the openings vacated by the former less capable fans. The fans have a remote control with a large easy to read screen. Provided were holsters for the remotes so they can always be at arm's length. When powered on the hood is raised by a motor, and the fan starts spinning. The hood will protect the opening from rain with the fan on or off. The speed control jumps in 10% increments, so there is always a proper speed for comfort. There is a fan reverse switch on the remote that allows exhaust or intake of the fan, at any of the 10 speeds. The complete control provided by these fans allows you to get just the air flow you need for comfort without being intrusive. Set one fan on intake and the other on exhaust and have constant fresh air, or open windows and run the fans in or out. These things are awesome. The remotes are all programed on the same frequency, so will operate both fans. That could be a problem, as the beauty of these fans is the total independant control. I found out right away that the remotes easily control their own fan and properly indicate flow direction and speed if they are pointed at their own fan, so no problem. One fan is above our bed, and the other is in the dinette area about 10 feet apart, and no tangled signals. These fans are ideal for pets when left in the RV during rain, as the fans can run while you are gone and the lids will not close due to an unnecessary rain sensor. Vast improvement over the factory issue fans! 462975

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Below are some comments about a Maxxair 7500 air vent unit that I got from you. Your service and delivery were outstanding, but the unit Maxxair is selling, and their technical support are not. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Now that after the unit is installed, after about 8 hours work, which should have been about 3, I expect that it will be okay. And yes, I am experienced in this type of work, having installed over $40,000.00 of equipment on a 40 foot sailboat I own. My message to Maxxair: I just installed a Maxxair 7500 roof vent system that I got from Etrailer. The Etrailer service was outstanding. Yours was not. I got to the last 4 screws which connect the fan unit to the square ring that I had installed on the roof of my unit, and I couldnt get the fan unit to go down and seat properly on the ring. I contacted your technical support, and the guy I talked to obviously had no idea what unit I was talking about even though I gave him the model number. Finally, he was able to read me the directions, which I had already done several times. Finally, he said that he would transfer me to an engineer. I got the engineers voicemail, and I am still waiting for a return call. Not too helpful while one is sitting on the roof of his RV. Finally, I called technical support and got a different technician. He had obviously installed many of them. His advice was to get a pointed object and put it into the hole and pry the unit into place. I pointed out that would not leave the fan unit in contact with the gasket and the unit might leak. He told me that was the best he could do, and he had no ideal why those units dont simply slide into place as they should, but they dont. You need to get ALL your technical support people properly trained, and your otherwise well thought out unit redesigned to go together properly. I would not recommend your unit until you do. 459516

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We dry camp mostly and AC will not run off of solar power. The Max Fan Vent will help move air in or out of the camper. I also have a small space heater that runs on our propane. The ceiling fan feature will be a nice way to maximize the effects of the heater. The furnace is fine when it is freezing out but uses much propane. The little heater is just fine for those cool evenings and chilly mornings. The Max Fan will make it even better. 635132

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I installed the Maxxfan Deluxe 7500 in place of my factory bathroom vent fan in my Winnebago View. This was a great upgrade as it now provides air circulation throughout my motorhome vs. just being a bathroom vent. The installation was easy as it fit in the same opening with just some slight trimming of interior trim due to the wider interior bezel. The automatic temperature option as well as the ability to control the unit with a remote control makes it very easy to use. 400608

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This fan is one of the best upgrades we’ve made to our Winnebago View. On hi setting it acts like a whole house fan - rapidly ventilating the entire RV. We run ours constantly. 517474

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I am still happy with the 7500K fan a year later. Installation was straightforward - removing the existing vent (and cleaning off the caulk) was the hardest part. I like the way the unit attaches to the mounting ring, so it can be easily removed if needed. I did not have a problem aligning the screw holes as another reviewer encountered. The fan is in the bath above the shower and we run it on low to remove the humidity when showering. I mounted the remote control on the wall where it has a direct line-of-sight path to the fan, so we don't ever need to take the remote out of the wall cradle. One problem with the fan is that when it is off it still has a current draw of about 20 ma (per the factory). My travel trailer does not have a battery disconnect, so that 20 ma draw is enough to discharge the battery over many months in storage. To correct this, I installed a toggle switch on the fan (see photo) which I can use to totally power down the unit. A second complaint I have relates to "auto mode" where the fan shuts off at a preset temperature. I planned to use this at night, to have the fan cool off my RV until it reaches a nice temperature, and then shut off. Problem is that when the temperature is reached, not only does the fan shut off, but the lid automatically closes. The lid closing is noisy enough to wake us up. As a result, I find auto mode to be pretty useless. But overall, the fan is quiet, moves a good amount of air, and can be left open rain or shine (I leave it open in storage to get some air circulation). Finally, I made current draw measurements at each speed, which some folks might find useful: OFF ~10 mA, 1 ~100 mA, 2 ~150 mA, 3 ~230 mA, 4 ~350 mA, 5 ~500 mA, 6 ~700 mA, 7 ~950 mA, 8 ~1.30 A, 9 ~1.6 A, 10 ~2.4 A. 504676

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This is the second install of a MaxxFan for me. The one pictured was done earlier this year in my daughters Transit Connect. What a great little fan! It was a challenge getting this fan to fit along with 200 watts of solar panels. In the end, I couldn't be happier with the results. It looks and functions perfectly! Finishing it off inside with the headliner in place was also challenging, but it looks terrific inside and out. She's currently living the vanlife somewhere out west. I hear all the time how great the fan works in keeping the temperature comfortable. The best feature of this fan compared to it's competitor, is that you don't need to worry about leaving it open during foul weather, or driving down the highway with it open, for that matter. With "brand-X" you better close it during rain, and make sure its closed while driving. Because I was so impressed how her fan installed, works, and looks, it was a no brainer getting another one for my current van build, (a 2015 full size Transit Wagon.) This time I got the Deluxe version with remote control. One more thing. DO GET THE ADAPTER !!! Look on eBay, you'll find it. It makes life so easy installing this fan, or even brand-X... He tells you to use Urethane Window Adhesive (From Napa) for the installation. We did on the first one, and it worked OK. I've used 3M 4200 Marine sealant on other stuff, and it's awesome. I will skip using the Urethane this next time, and use 4200 exclusively. If you use 3M 5200, its' also great stuff, but be advised, it will not come off of anything without being cut, or ground off. The 4200 can be removed with acetone. Also, DO use the GE Sealant they talk about here, great stuff. And, the DICOR self-leveling sealant is great stuff as well. Shipping was quick and on time! Bridgette with eTrailer is awesome! Thanks Bridgette. Price can't be beat. Good luck to all on your Van builds. 541241

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The installation was quite easy, most difficult part was cleaning and removing caulking from the previous vent. I like the simplicity of the remote control. I haven't really used it on the road yet, but happy with the installation and design of the unit. A couple of pictures are attached. 369214

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Great product and great service as always. Thanks again etrailer! 541278

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  • MaxxAir Roof Vents for RVs with Thermostats with Manual Lift and Powered Lift
    You are correct and all of the settings of the MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan, Thermostat, and Remote # MA00-07000K that you mentioned are correct. The powered lift can be turned off to allow you to manually lift the lid, this is thermostatically controlled, and due to the lid design it could be open and vent while raining. This is due to the vents being underneath the lid. I attached a picture that shows what the display looks like for the temperature setting. The smoked color...
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  • Comparing MaxxFan Deluxe 12V Roof Vent Models MA00-07000K and MA00-07500K
    The two MaxxFan Deluxe 12V Roof Vent products you referenced, parts # MA00-07000K and # MA00-07500K, are identical apart from color. The smoked lid model # MA00-07500K will typically let in slightly less light than the white lid model # MA00-07000K but there is not a huge difference. Price variance between the different color versions of the same product can be a result of different production quantities. If one is far more popular and made in much larger quantities it will typically...
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  • How to Fix Clicking Noise Coming from MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent
    The clicking noise that you are hearing from your MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent # MA00-07500K or # MA00-07000K actually means you need to replace the Operator Mechanism # MA10-20281K-1AF. I reached out to my contact at MaxxAir who confirmed this.
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  • How To Add Power Wire for MaxxFan Deluxe Vent with Fan
    The MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan, Thermostat, and Remote - Powered Lift - 10 Speed - Smoke # MA00-07500K requires 12V power at 5 amp draw. Since you are installing in a location that doesn't have power wires run, you will need to run a power wire like # 12-1-1 or # 10-1-1 (sold by the foot) to your battery or to another 12V power source that can handle that draw. There is a good chance the bathroom fan or a light could be a good tie in point as long as you tie in prior to a switch. You...
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  • Which MaxxFan Deluxe Fan Lens Color Lets in Least Amount of Light
    The smoke cover let's in more light than the solid white since the smoke is a translucent color designed to allow light to pass through. So for that you'd want the part # MA00-07000K and you'd be set.
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  • Troubleshooting MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent Remote Control Fan Issue
    For your MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan, Thermostat, and Remote - Powered Lift - 10 Speed - Smoke # MA00-07500K the remote screen can work and even other functions and yet not the fan could still be a remote issue. Here are things to test: Does the remote open and close the vent cover? If so the receiver in the unit is working and the transmitter in the remote is sending that function. Does the fan turn on and off and adjust speed with the buttons on the vent? If the fan works...
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  • Trobleshooting Lid Lift Function on Maxxair 7500 Fan
    Since the lid motor on your MaxxAir 7500 vent with powered lift # MA00-07500K is operating but the lid stops midway unless you give it some manual assistance the issue is either power-related or the result of a damaged operator mechanism # MA10-20281K-1AF. My tech contact at MaxxAir said that the behavior you describe is often related to low available input power. The vent will detect if the incoming operating voltage is low or marginal and it will stop the lid opening. This is a safety...
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  • MaxxFan Roof Vent Replacement Operator Mechanism
    You did not specify the part that you have but I assume you have the MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent # MA00-07500K or MaxxFan Plus Roof Vent # MA00-04500K. There is not a "switch" for these vents and the only replacement part I can think of that could potentially remedy the situation is the Replacement Operator Mechanism for MaxxAir MaxxFan Plus or MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vents # MA10-20281K-1AF. This would be if your current mechanism is somehow damaged or faulty so you will want to be sure that...
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  • Installation of MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent on 2013 Keystone Cougar
    The MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent # MA00-07500K will install in a standard 14" x 14" opening in your 2013 Keystone Cougar, and you can get power to the vent simply by running the black wire (the power wire) to the 12V power supply, as you can see in the accompanying cutout of the linked installation directions I added for you. If you need additional wire you can use 16 gauge wire # DW02359-1. This vent does come with all the necessary hardware for installation though you are going to need...
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  • Can I Open MaxxFan Deluxe While Traveling On The Road
    Yes according to MaxxAir The MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent with fan part # MA00-07500K can be opened while traveling. More traditional vents required a cover to be opened while traveling but the MaxxFan's more modern design allows for opening.
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  • Recommendations for a Roof Vent and Fan with a White Lid and Powered Lift
    We do but it is the manual lift version and does not have a remote; MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan and Thermostat - Manual Lift - 10 Speed - White Item # MA00-05100K. We also have # V2119-1-533 which has a powered lift and a wall switch but no remote.
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  • Do I Need To Add a Fuse to the MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan MA00-07500K
    The MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan part # MA00-07500K has an internal self-resetting fuse on the circuit board which can be reset simply by removing and reapplying power. Therefore, you don't have to worry about adding a fuse inline with the power wire.
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  • Replacing Fan-Tastic Fan with MaxxAir Deluxe and Relocating Fan-Tastic Fan on 2018 Lance 1475
    Yes. A mobile tech can replace the Fantastic Fan easily with a MaxxFan Deluxe like # MA00-07500K. The non-walkable roof is the biggest issue, but dispersing weight over the camper roof and supporting as much weight as possible on a ladder or other support will allow accessibility on the composite roof. Swapping out the bathroom vent for the Fantastic Fan will be a similar swap and the rain cover can easily be moved as well. It actually will be an easier swap because of the clamping...
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  • Recommended MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent with Fan in White
    The MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan, Thermostat, and Remote - Powered Lift - 10 Speed - Smoke # MA00-07500K does come in white # MA00-07000K. It will fit in the standard vent cutout of your RV to replace the blade style vent fan you currently have to give you the built in rain shield you mentioned. I've attached a couple videos to further assist. You will also want the TremPro 644 Silicone Sealant - 10.1-Fl-Oz Cartridge - White # 0160297 for your installation.
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  • Can MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent Replace Ventline VD0434 Bathroom Vent without Modification
    The MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan # MA00-07500K that you referenced is designed to fit the standard 14 inch by 14 inch RV roof vent openings which you most likely have in your Keystone. Since I believe you have a Ventline VD0434 currently this would be an exact match and wouldn't require any modification. I attached a review video for this roof vent for you to check out as well.
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  • What Direction Should MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan # MA00-07500K Face
    When installing the MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan # MA00-07500K the vent grille needs to face the rear of the trailer. This ensures that in the event of rain the vent won't be allowing water to be pushed through the grille. The overall dimensions of the vent are 22-1/2 inches long by 16-1/2 inches wide and it fits a 14 inch by 14 inch square roof opening.
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  • Comparing MaxxAir Fan Deluxe MA00-07500K and MaxxAir Fan Plus MA00-04500K
    Both the MaxxAir Fan Deluxe # MA00-07500K and MaxxAir Fan Plus # MA00-04500K offer 900-cubic-feet-per-minute (CFM) air flow ratings and powered lid lift. The Deluxe has a built-in rain cover to protect the RV interior while the Plus instead has a sensor to close the lid if it rains.
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  • Does MaxxAir MaxxFan Deluxe - Smoke Item # MA00-07500K Come with a Black Remote
    MaxxAir MaxxFan Deluxe - Smoke Item # MA00-07500K does come with a black remote so order with confidence!
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  • Mounting Flange Hole Spacing on MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent MA00-07500K
    MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent # MA00-07500K fits standard 14 x 14 roof openings and the hole spacing on its mounting flange is 15-3/4-inches center to center. If you need an installation kit we offer part # 344270KITW which includes hardware, self-leveling sealant and butyl rubber tape to allow a leak free installation on any roof material.
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  • Installing MaxxAir MaxxFan Deluxe - Smoke # MA00-07500K
    The MaxxAir MaxxFan Deluxe - Smoke # MA00-07500K referenced in your question will fit all standard 14 inch x 14 inch roof openings. If this is what you have in the roof of your RV, then this will work great. This unit will include both the roof mounting flange and hardware, so nothing else will be needed. I recommend using the included mounting flange and new putty/caulk in order to provide the best seal and installation. This is a great 12V fan with the remote controlled fan speed...
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  • Will Remote Operate Two MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vents at Same Time?
    If you have two MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vents # MA00-07500K installed in your RV, with one in the cabin and one in the bathroom, a single remote will work for both but only if you have line-of-sight between the remote and sensor on both vents Simply put, if you want to increase the speed on the cabin fan, the bathroom fan would not react unless there was a clear line-of-sight to the sensor on the bathroom fan as well, which would give you the separate operation you were looking for. The...
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  • Can MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent # MA00-07500K be Wired Directly to Battery
    There is no reason why you cannot power your MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent # MA00-07500K from your battery using a 12-Volt DC Outlet # HM55115. You will then just need a plug for the socket, rated properly for your power application. You may want to install a 10 amp fuse with a Fuse Holder # SWC9538 as well to help protect the circuit.
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  • Will MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent Fit 2019 FR3 33DS Forest River
    Yes, the MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan, Thermostat, and Remote - Powered Lift # MA00-07500K that you referenced does fit your 2019 Forest River FR3 33DS. This roof vent fits the standard roof vent opening that your Forest River has so it will fit and work well. I attached a review video for this for you to check out as well.
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  • Is One MaxxAir MaxxFan Deluxe # MA00-07500K Enough to Ventilate 24 Foot Enclosed Trailer
    MaxxAir MaxxFan Deluxe - Smoke Item # MA00-07500K is rated to move 900 cubic feet of air per minute which is pretty darn good for a roof vent/fan. But considering that you are using the trailer for small engine repair it would be a good idea to add a second one to help vent out the fumes associated with automotive repair.
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  • Can the MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent with 12V Fan Be Powered By Separate, Dedicated Car Battery?
    The MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan, Thermostat, and Remote - Powered Lift - 10 Speed - Smoke # MA00-07500K can absolutely be powered by a separate, dedicated car battery. You will only need to determine how you want to charge that separate battery when it is depleted of power.
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  • Does the MaxxAir MaxxFan Deluxe have a Rain Sensor
    For a trailer roof vent that has a rain sensor you can use # FV803350. I have linked a video review of this fan for you. The MaxxAir MaxxFan Deluxe # MA00-07500K does not have a rain sensor but does have a large rain shield to keep out rain. I have linked the instructions which cover installation as well as features of the fan. These fans fit all standard 14-1/4 by 14-1/4 inch openings.
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  • How Much Amperage Does the MaxxAir MaxxFan # MA00-07500K Draw
    The 900 CFM fan of the MaxxAir MaxxFan # MA00-07500K that you referenced needs to be attached to at least a 5 amp circuit.
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  • Is There a Replacement Motor for the MaxxFan Turbo Roof Vent Model 1200T
    I spoke with MaxxAir about your MaxxFan Turbo Roof Vent Model 1200T and they informed me that this model is obsolete therefore there are no replacement parts available. The only option you have is to replace the entire unit for which I recommend using the MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent part # MA00-07500K or part # MA00-07000K. These units both have 10-speed fans that provide the same 900 CFM rating as your existing unit and they come with a thermostat and remote. The install process will be pretty...
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  • Determining Clearance Needed for MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent # MA00-07500K
    The MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan # MA00-07500K referenced in your question fits a 14 inch x 14 inch RV roof opening, but the mounting flange itself measures 16-1/2 inches x 16-1/2 inches. This will refer to the footprint of the unit from inside your RV/trailer. The actual vent that will mount above the roof of the trailer measures 22-1/2 inches long and 16-1/2 inches wide. When closed it will extend 5 inches above the roof and when open it will extend 9-5/16 inches above the...
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  • How Far Do MaxxFan Roof Vents Normally Open
    Are all three of the MaxxFans that you have the same style of vent? You said that 2 of the 3 won't open fully but one of them does. Normally the roof vents do not open that far so I'd almost think that if there was a problem it would be on the third vent that opens too far. Could I see pictures possibly? The picture I attached shows how far they normally open. The reason they don't open further is because any further opening does not increase airflow and it allows the lid to be braced...
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