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Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan - Manual Lift - 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" - White

Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan - Manual Lift - 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" - White

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This roof vent uses a 12-volt fan to circulate air in motor homes and enclosed trailers, keeping interiors ventilated without compromising security. Wedge-shaped, white plastic vent cover opens and closes with a hand-operated crank. Lowest Prices for the best rv vents and fans from Ventline. Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan - Manual Lift - 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" - White part number V2094SP-30 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Ventline RV Vents and Fans - V2094SP-30

  • Roof Vent
  • Vent
  • With 12V Fan
  • Ventline
  • 14W x 14L Inch
  • Manual Lift
  • White

This roof vent uses a 12-volt fan to circulate air in motor homes and enclosed trailers, keeping interiors ventilated without compromising security. Wedge-shaped, white plastic vent cover opens and closes with a hand-operated crank.


  • Roof vent's electric fan yields better air circulation than non-powered models, exhausting hot air while trailer or RV remains locked and secure
    • Simple to upgrade from non-powered model
  • Basic, hand-operated crank rotates to open and close dome
  • Switch to turn the fan on/off is mounted on the vent
  • Translucent cover allows some light through
  • Aerodynamic, wedge-shaped dome made of durable polypropylene
  • Galvanized steel roof flange won't rust or corrode
  • Snap-out screen is easy to clean
  • Polar White interior trim piece (or garnish) is included
  • Fan uses 12-volt DC power
    • Wiring sold separately
  • Made in the USA


  • Included garnish fits roofs 1-7/8" to 3" thick
    • Garnish leg length (depth): 2-1/8"
    • Garnish color: Polar White
    • Other garnish sizes are available (sold separately)
  • Fan power: 12-volt DC
    • 100 CFM
  • Cover color: white
  • Rough opening size: 14-1/4" wide x 14-1/4" long
  • Vent extends above roof:
    • 4-1/2" Closed
    • 10" Open
  • 2-Year warranty


  • Screws and sealer are not included. See Installation Kit (344270KITW), which includes all necessary screws and sealer to install vent.
  • Not for use above tubs, showers or range cooking surfaces.

V2094SP-30 roof vent

Installation Instructions

  1. Mark desired location for vent. Be sure to choose a location between roof joists.
  2. Cut a 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" opening through roof and ceiling. (Or use existing opening if you're replacing a standard 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" vent.)
  3. Apply sealant to bottom of flange. Be sure to surround each screw hole.
  4. Insert vent through hole with screen frame extending through roof cavity and hinge of vent toward the front of the vehicle.
  5. Mount to roof with #8 screws.
  6. Remove screen frame and wiring compartment cover to make electrical connections.
  7. Connect to 12-volt DC power source
  8. Replace screen frame and cover.
  9. Attach interior garnish piece with #8 screws.

V2094SP-30 Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vent - Manual Lift - 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" - White

Video of Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan - Manual Lift - 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" - White

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

Video Transcript for Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vent Installation - 1994 Firan Covington Motorhome

Today on our 1994 Firan Covington. We're going to take a look at and also show you how to install the Ventline Ventadome. This is the trailer roof vent offering a 12 volt fan and manual lift. Measures 14-1/4 x 14-14 and it's rated for 100 cubic feet a minute. In white with birch trim, the part number is V2094SP-28; in standard white with white trim, part number is V2094SP-30; and in smoke with white trim, part number is V2094SP-34. This is what our vent is going to look like installed. It's going to give you a nice aerodynamic shape.

It's lower at the front, higher in the back. When closed as you see it here, it's going to be about 4-1/2 inches from the top of your roof to the top of the vent. When you fully extend it, that's going to come up to 10 inches. This roof vent is going to be the perfect solution for having a powered fan so it can help circulate air from the inside of our RV and blow it to the outside. It's been designed to work in a 14-1/4 x 14-1/4 inch area.

It's got a translucent cover on it which is going to allow light through, which is nice. This is in our bathroom, so it's nice to have a little bit of ambient light coming through the roof getting down into there just helping to brighten things up a bit. This vent is designed to work with roofs that are an inch and 7/8 thick all the way up to 3 inches thick. It also offers a nice galvanized flange all the way around. This comes down on our roof, gives us plenty of area to get it sealed. We're not going to have to worry about rust and corrosion of the flange.

Here's a good look at that flange. You can see it runs all the way up. It's even got this rubber gasket that's going to go all the way around the top that seals right to the door on the top, or right to the lid, whatever you want to call it, to keep any of that moisture or dust from entering the coach. Well, you can see our old vent here, it's seen better days, starting to pull down, it's been broken here, and also the actual shield on top, or the cover on top's busted out too. We're going to get this one removed. This is what we're going to be replacing with the new vent. Typically, you're just going to have Phillips screws or maybe self tapping screws that you'll need to remove.

You've typically got two parts with these. You're going to have the interior part and the exterior part. Let's get the inside taken out first. For the 12 volt wiring going up to the fan, we'll have a couple of wires there. We'll want to snip those off, and also the 12 volt feed that comes from the motor home itself. Let's get those trimmed back. Great. We'll go outside and we can get the exterior portion removed. All right now, to get to our vent here on the top side, we need to get rid of this vent cover. Most of the time you're just going to have a, it's kind of like a carriage bolt with a nut and flat washer on top. Then we can just lift up. If there's no damage to it, you'll want to reuse it, so just save your hardware so you can put it back on. To get it off, however, we're going to have . At least pull the sealant off one to determine what size of bit you're going to need. In this case, it's a square hole bit, and then we're going to go through and get them all removed. We're going to take some form of straight edge, whether it's a, like this is just kind of a trim panel tool or a putty knife, and we need to go underneath the sealant and also underneath this flange and try to get those separated. That way we can lift this up off of the top. Once you've got one side started, just going to gently pull up on it and allow that sealant to kind of separate. Then we can set that aside. Around our hole opening here, we need to get it cleaned up because where our new flange sits, we want it to be nice and clean so it will get a good, tight seal. You can see we've got all that adhesive and all of that sealant removed. We used just kind of like some spray lubricant that helps pretty good in cutting that, helping it come off. What we need to follow-up with though is some rubbing alcohol now. We need to get all of that spray lubricant off of there so the new seal we put in place sticks really well. When we install our vent, we always like to use urethane sealant all the way around the edge here. We've got part number RVIKIT100. It's also going to come with self tapping screws that we'll use to go all the way around the outside and secure our vent in place; and then some regular pan head slotted screws that we can use on the inside if we need to for that finished panel that goes in. You will need a caulk gun for this, of course. What we're going to do is a solid bead all the way around the outside. We can also use this after we have it installed and that will be for sealing up all of our bolt heads. In conjunction with the RVIKT100, we're also going to be using some putty tape. It's going to be part number CAN25003. These are also going to have some self tapping screws in them. Just kind of doubling up on our protection here. We're going to lay this all the way around the edge. It doesn't really stick on, I wouldn't say too well, if you press it down, it will kind of hold it's position. The main goal here what we're after is just to sandwich it between the flange and the top of the coach. Just trim that off with a knife. The kit's going to include a solid 8 feet piece, so that should be more than enough to take care of the one vent here. I like that it's longer so it gives you some options. If you've got a really wide flange, you could double it up. Whatever is going to work out best for you. With that in position, we'll go ahead and put our vent in place. Of course, we want to see how the vent's angled there. We want to make sure that that lower section is in the front, so we keep our aerodynamics the way we want them. Place that down and in. Press down firmly on it. Want to see a little bit of that sealant coming around out of the edge there. We're ready to start putting on our screws. You'll see, we've got a good bead of the urethane that's been squeezed out from the flange. That's excellent. We don't need to go back around that, but we do recommend, on each of our screw heads here, just putting some sealant down. That way we don't have any seepage issues that might come up later. All right, now we're ready to get our vent wired in. We're just going to use the two connections that we had previously. Strip those back. White's going to be our ground, black we're going to use as our power, and use a couple of heat shrink butt connectors to make the connection. Part number is going to be DW05744. Just get those crimped on. We can use a lighter, or mini torch, or a heat gun. Just want to shrink these down. It'll give us a nice, water tight seal. If we do have any seepage or anything, we won't have to worry about our connectors starting to corrode. I'll just tuck those right up around the edge of the vent. That should be covered with our panel when we slide it into position. We can bring our trim piece up. We're going to match that up as best we can to the old one. Sometimes you will have different size openings, so you might have a little bit of overhang. As you can see kind of where the old one was and where the new one's going. Then we're going to secure these with some of the screws that came with our RVI Kit. I would just use caution not to overdo those. We just want to hold this panel in place not necessarily secure anything with it. Got our fan's working as it should, be able to very easily open and close that, now we just need to get our screen put in place. This will just line up those locking tabs on the edge and push it up and that'll hold it. The nice thing about these is when you're done or you're on the road, whatever the case may be, just kind of press those tabs in and we're able to pretty easily pull this screen down. We can then wash it off. Get all the dirt and debris and stuff off of it and then put it back into position. That's going to complete our look at the Ventline Ventadome trailer roof vent. Available in white with birch trim, white with white trim, or smoke with white trim.

Customer Reviews

Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan - Manual Lift - 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" - White - V2094SP-30

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (542 Customer Reviews)

This roof vent uses a 12-volt fan to circulate air in motor homes and enclosed trailers, keeping interiors ventilated without compromising security. Wedge-shaped, white plastic vent cover opens and closes with a hand-operated crank.

- V2094SP-30

Good quality vent as compared to some of the less expensive units looks good when installed 779188

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Working Great! 738196

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As always, exactly what we needed and the customer service is excellent. Thanks again! We will be back for more RV things along the way :) 633156

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Great vent for the price. Replaced due to hail damage. Seals nicely and lets a good amount of light through. Smooth operation opening and closing. 597833

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we installed the vent and it seems to be doing a great job.... we have no complaints about the product or the service 565378

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Rest assured, most aftermarket parts you buy to repair you rv with, are much better quality than the cr#p the manufacturers build with. 528503

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Received vent fan in a timely fashion,product looks excellent.l will be using it in a food truck. 494629

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Very happy with entire process. Good selections, courteous sales staff. Had pleasure in ordering parts Sales people were helpful and made the whole thing enjoyable. Yours Respectfully, Jim N. 454025

- V2094SP-30

I purchase a small 1985 travel trailer and the vent fan stop working. I search online for the best price, well this product review should tell everyone this item wasn't bought at camping world. etrailer.com has the best online prices and great DIY videos. Thanks. 420475

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Great little fan. It moves some air for being so little. Just wish I would've researched more as it turned out, I do need a bigger fan. Very easy to install however. 386510

Still good. Helps a bit with circulation when using a small electric space heater in my pop up camper.
Jason D - 05/30/2018


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Great product! 379173

- V2094SP-30

Ordered a Ventline Roof Vent, the total system from the top cap, shroud (extra deep), fan and ceiling fittings. Received promptly, everything as ordered, delivered promptly. Everything fit. ETrailer has become my primary parts source. 375356

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Good quality. Needs to be packaged better. Vent flange was bent in a couple of places during shipping. 370606

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Easy install, works great ! 352624

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same as original that was damaged by hail. still required putting and additional cover over this product to prevent future damage 277476

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Product arrived in great shape and was exactly as promised. Packaging done very well and marked to prevent damage. 268904

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Delivered on time and in perfect condition I buy from these people all the time!! A+A+A+A+ 261692

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This item was received in good order. Fantastic and I plan on doing more business with you in the spring. Thank you so much 234010

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Some reviews said this product was flimsy. I found it to be the same quality or bette than every RV vent that costs more than this one. The nice thing about this one is the screen is easily removable, unlike other RV vents I've used. The opening mechanism works as good or better than others. Overall I'm happy with the quality and operation of this vent. 220686

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Shipped quickly, arrived in perfect condition. Customer service was outstanding. So nice to be able to talk with a real person and one who is so customer friendly. 210952

When we need anything for the RV we will definitely buy from you, thanks for excellent service and products.
patrick D - 07/29/2016


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Exactly as our old vent. Easy to install. Product shipped immediately. Company sent emails updating delivery. Completely satisfied. 184789

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Product is as described. Delivered in a timely fashion. 167622

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The product arrived exactly as expected and was easier to install than expected. With the excellent pricing, this is our new RV parts store. Thanks!! 108175

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Excellent product and great customer se rvice. 102388

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Good quality. 12V fan is small but moves air well. Also is quieter than the original unit it replaced. 99216

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Ask the Experts about this Ventline RV Vents and Fans

  • Which Trailer Vent Covers Let More Light Pass Through, White or Smoke
    The smoke and white covers that are on the Ventline roof vents are both going to let quite a bit of light into the trailer. However, due to the translucent nature of the smoke covers they would let more light in. Both would last about the same amount of time. One has not been shown to stand up to the sun better than the other. For a smoke version of the part # V2094SP-30 that you referenced you would want the part # V2092SP-29.
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  • Installation Instructions for Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vent with 12V Fan # V2094SP-30
    The part number that was provided is actually for the screen, # BVD0434-31, which is included with some Ventline roof vents. To obtain the part number for the fan you will need to remove the screen. I have attached a set of installation instructions which cover the Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan, # V2094SP-30, as well as a few other models. If your model is not listed on the instruction sheet, please feel free to send me an email with your model number and I will get...
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  • How to Remove Screen on Ventline Ventadome Roof Vent for Cleaning
    To remove the screen from the Ventline Ventadome # V2094SP-30 you simply need to pull down on it from inside the trailer so there is no need to get on top of your trailer roof. If you check out the attached review video you can see this done.
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  • Can Manual Crank Vents In Motorhome Be Converted To Powered Vents
    In order to convert your manual operated vents in your motorhome, and the brackets and hardware that would allow you to convert their vents is very limited. We do not currently carry those parts in stock so I would need the make and model of your vents to try and locate parts that would work. You may be better off replacing a vent with a vent that has a motor already included like part # V2094SP-30. This is a 14-1/2 x 14-1/2 inch fan with a 12 V motor and white lid. The on/off switch...
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  • Replacement Ventline V2094 Trailer Roof Vent in Polar White
    Ventline offers several versions of their 14 x 14-inch trailer roof vent with 12V fan V2094. Based on your description you'll want the polar white fan assembly # V2094SP-30. This 12V fan-powered vent includes a manually-operated wedge type lid and snap-out screen, and it also includes a polar white interior garnish. The included garnish has a leg length (depth) of 2-1/8-inches. We also offer deeper polar white garnish rings like the 5-1/8-inch deep # VA0445-37, 4-1/8-inch deep # VA0445-36...
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  • How to Determine if a Ventline Trailer Roof Vent Will Fit a Holiday Rambler Imperial
    In order to determine which roof vent will fit your 1988 Holiday Rambler Imperial RV, you will need to take a couple of measurements. The Ventline Roof Vent, # V2094SP-30, requires a 14-1/4 by 14-1/4 inch opening to install. The included garnish is designed to fit roofs 1-7/8 inches to 3 inches thick. If these measurements match the opening size you currently have on your RV then you can use this vent or any vent that fits the same opening size. Replacement roof vents are not tested...
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  • Is the Fan in the Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vent Reversible
    The fan itself only fits onto the motor one way. If you wanted to reverse the rotation of the fan you would need to switch the positive and negative leads on the back of the motor. I tried this with just the motor and it will reverse the rotation. However, since the fan can only be put on one way and the blades are at a fixed angle, reverse the motor direction will also reverse the air flow direction.
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  • Can Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vent V2094 be Converted to the Wall Mount Switch Version V2119
    Since the big difference between the Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vent # V2094SP-30 and the vent # V2119-1-533 is that one has the control right on the unit and the other has a wall mount I see no reason why you can't just unhook the wiring from your current trim and then either route it to the Switch # VC0533-03-A. You can even swap out your current frame/screen with part # BVC0573-31 for Birch White or part # BVC0573-41 for Polar White. I have attached a video showing how to replace...
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  • Replacement Vent for a 1989 Traveleze 5th Wheel Trailer with Ventline V2094 Vent
    To replace your Ventline V2094 roof vent you can use # V2094SP-30. I have linked a video review of this vent for you. I also recommend installation kit # 344270KITW. If you just want to replace the lid you can use # BVD0449-A01.
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  • Will the Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vent # V2094SP-30 Work with a MaxxAir Roof Vent
    Yes, as long as the MaxxAir Vent Cover you have on your trailer is MaxxAir II then the Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vent # V2094SP-30 would work well with it as this is the size vent the # 67277 was designed to fit.
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  • Can a Larger Fan be Installed in the Same Housing as Old Van on Ventline Ventadome
    The guts of a higher capacity fan would not fit in Ventline vent # V2094SP-30 without fairly extensive modification so I do not recommend it. The best solution would be to remove the vent assemblies and install newer, higher capacity options. Fan # FV801200 for example has a larger fan and moves air up to 920 cubic feet per minute which is more than twice what the Ventline Northern Breeze can put out. I have linked a video review for you.
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  • Can the Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vent # V2094SP-30 be Installed on Thin Roofs
    It sounds like you are trying to figure out how to install the Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vent # V2094SP-30 on the roof of your 2005 Dodge Sprinter and the concern you have is the thickness of the roof of your vehicle. The garnish that is included with the # V2094SP-30 can be trimmed down for thinner applications so it would still work on your vehicle. To complete the install you may also be interested in the install kit part # 344270KITW.
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  • Can the Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vent be Installed in a 1 Inch Thick Roof
    After inspecting roof vent # V2094SP-30 and the included bezel, I have come to the conclusion that you would just need to trim 13/16 of an inch off the bezel on the end that sticks into the vent. This should allow you to flush mount the vent and bezel in your 1 inch thick roof. I also recommend installation kit # 344270KITW which comes with the hardware, tape, and sealant needed for installation.
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  • Does the Fan of the Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vent Pull Air Out of a Trailer
    The Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vent # V2094SP-30 that you referenced is an exhaust fan, what that means is that it pulls air out of the the trailer. The reason for this is that hot air rises, so when you pull out the air at the top of the trailer you will be removing the warmest air and replacing it with cooler air. I am not sure if this would be sufficient to keep your candy from melting while they are being transported through a hot desert climate. You might have to pack them...
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  • Availability of Replacement Trailer Vent Cover for Ventline Trailer Vent # V2094SP-30
    We do offer a broad range of replacement trailer vent covers for Ventline, Redline and other vent manufacturers. The link provided will take you to our page for replacement covers where you can see all available white plastic covers. Based on the photo you provided the replacement cover nearest your design is part # BVD0449-A01 from Ventline. Please compare the photo of this part to your original; you will notice the hinge design appears to be identical. This part is an exact replacement...
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  • Will The Ventline Trailer Power Roof Vent # V2094SP-30 Fit On 1991 Fleetwood Bounder Motorhome
    The Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan, part # V2094SP-30, is the same size as the vent you are replacing which is 14-1/4 inches x 14-1/4 inches. It is a power vent so it can be wired like your existing power vent. It will work in your 1991 Fleetwood Bounder motorhome as long as you will not be using it above a bathroom tub or shower. The Ventline power vent is not approved to be used above a tub or shower because the electrical motor is not tested to hold up to the moisture...
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    I do have an option for you but the Replacement Bug Screen part # FVK2034-80 is not correct for your Ventline Northern Breeze Vent nor is the correct replacement available as it has been discontinued by the manufacturer. The only option we can offer you is a new unit, the Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vent part # V2092SP-28 or part # V2094SP-30 with fan. These units will however be a direct replacement for the Northern Breeze Vent you have now. The screen is also replaceable using the...
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    For an LED version of the light you sent in a picture of you'd want the part # STL22RB with the grommet part # A70GB. I also attached an install video for this for you to check out as well. Since I am not totally sure what the other marker lights are we do have the LED part # MCL31RB which is 4 inch by 2 inch. For a standard roof vent to fit what you have currently we have the Ventline Ventadome kit part # V2094SP-30 which has a 12 volt fan in it. For interior lighting we have...
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  • Replacement Ventline Trailer Roof Vent Covers for Parts V2092 and V2094
    We carry a broad range of Ventline products, complete vent assemblies as well as individual replacement parts, for both of the part numbers you referenced. For Ventline item V2092 we offer complete vent assemblies, # V2092SP-29 in smoke color and # V2092SP-28 in white. Replacement domes are also available, # BVD0449-A03 in smoke and # BVD0449-A01 in white. For powered vent V2094 we offer a complete vent assembly # V2094SP-34 in smoke and # V2094SP-30 in white. Replacement domes only...
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    For some reason I'm not able to open your picture but if it looks just like the one in the answer you mentioned then you have a standard sized roof vent with a continuous hinge. The hinge is a metal hook sort of shaped like "J" that runs the majority of the length along one side. I've attached the picture from the answer page you mentioned. The correct replacement lid is # BV0554-01 in white or # BV0554-03 in smoke. For a full replacement vent you can use # V2092SP-28. Or if you...
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  • Replacement Dome Assembly for Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vent # BVD0449-A01
    This Replacement Operator, Knob and Screw for Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vents # BVD0462-00 is designed to fit Ventline Ventadome roof vent models # V2092, # V2094. If you do not have one of those roof vents, I cannot safely recommend you permanently modify the # BVD0462-00 in any way to accommodate your roof vent. The Replacement Dome Assembly for Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vent # BVD0449-A01 is a roof vent that is confirmed to work with the # BVD0462-00 that you referenced....
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  • Availability of Replacement Parts for Ventline Rounded Dome Trailer Roof Vent
    The Ventline product you reviewed, part # V2092SP-28, is a complete vent assembly intended for a rough roof opening of 14-1/4 x 14-1/4 inches. It consists of a wedge-shaped white plastic dome attached to a galvanized steel frame with hand-crank assembly, a removable screen, and a white plastic 2-1/8-inch-deep garnish (interior trim ring). Please note that this part requires an installation kit, part # 344270KITW, which consists of mounting hardware and a urethane caulk sealer. If your...
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  • What are the Measurements for Replacement Screen Frame with Screen # BVC0573-31
    The Replacement Screen Frame with Screen, # BVC0573-31, is designed to fit Ventadome RV roof vents like models # V2092SP-28, # V2110SP-24, # V2094SP-30, or # V2119-601-00. I went out to the warehouse to take some measurements so you could compare it and the design of the vents listed above with your existing vent to determine if this is the correct replacement part for you. The frame and screen is 13-1/2 inches by 13-1/2 inches. It is about 1-5/6 inches tall when placed upside down on...
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  • Replacement Screen for Ventline Vent V2094
    The Phillips V2094 you referred to is the same as the Ventline Ventadome # V2094SP-30 and we do carry screens for this vent, in two colors. The part number for Birch White is # BVC0573-31 The part number for Polar White is # BVC0573-41 These include the screen frame and screen; I've added links to video reviews of both parts for you to take a look at.
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  • How is Motor Mounted to Ventline Ventadome Trailer Vent V2094
    You are correct, the Replacement 12V DC Motor # BVD0218-00 is mounted via screws which are underneath the fan blade (see accompanying photo), which is Replacement Fan Blade # BVD0215-00 for the Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vent # V2094SP-30 (you will need this fan as well if you are replacing the motor on a fan which was manufactured before 2002. In regards to the spade connectors, you are right on the money as that is what is used with the switch. You can see that in the linked video...
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