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Ventline Ventadome Roof Vent w/12V Fan and Wall Switch - Powered Lift - 14-1/4" - Smoke

Ventline Ventadome Roof Vent w/12V Fan and Wall Switch - Powered Lift - 14-1/4" - Smoke

Item # V2119-3-533
Our Price: $182.78
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This roof vent's powered, 12-volt fan and dome lift provide the ultimate in convenience for ventilating motor homes and enclosed trailers. Fan and wedge-shaped, plastic vent cover are operated from a remote wall switch, included. Great Prices for the best rv vents and fans from Ventline. Ventline Ventadome Roof Vent w/12V Fan and Wall Switch - Powered Lift - 14-1/4" - Smoke part number V2119-3-533 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Ventline RV Vents and Fans - V2119-3-533

  • Vent
  • Roof Vent
  • 12V Fan
  • 14W x 14L Inch
  • Tinted
  • Ventline
  • Powered Lift
  • 4-1/2 Inch
  • Plastic and Metal

This roof vent's powered, 12-volt fan and dome lift provide the ultimate in convenience for ventilating motor homes and enclosed trailers. Fan and wedge-shaped, plastic vent cover are operated from a remote wall switch, included.


  • Roof vent's electric fan yields better air circulation than non-powered models, exhausting hot air while trailer or RV remains locked and secure
  • Power lift opens and closes cover, eliminating hand cranking
    • Simple to upgrade from non-powered model
  • Included wall remote switch provides convenient operation
  • 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 and power lift use 12-volt DC power
    • Wiring sold separately
  • Made in the USA


  • Included garnish fits roofs 2-1/8" to 3-1/4" thick
    • Garnish leg length (depth): 2-1/8"
    • Garnish color: Polar White
    • Other garnish sizes are available (sold separately)
  • Fan capacity: 100 CFM
  • Fan and lift power: 12-volt DC
  • Cover color: Smoke
  • Rough opening size: 14-1/4" x 14-1/4"
  • 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.

V2119-603-00 roof vent

remote wall switch

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.

Ventline V2119-603-00 Roof Vent and VC0533-03-A Remote Switch

Customer Reviews

Ventline Ventadome Roof Vent w/12V Fan and Wall Switch - Powered Lift - 14-1/4" - Smoke - V2119-3-533

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (1041 Customer Reviews)

This roof vent's powered, 12-volt fan and dome lift provide the ultimate in convenience for ventilating motor homes and enclosed trailers. Fan and wedge-shaped, plastic vent cover are operated from a remote wall switch, included.


Installed fairly easy except no wiring diagram included. Removed a manual Ventline model. My wife is only 5' 2" tall and could not reach the fan switch or turn knob to open it up. This will be a breeze for her now. I guess being a master ASE truck tech and working on RVs for 15 years helped figure out the wiring. Now that it's installed would almost give it 5 stars.


This vent works great and was a direct replacement. Also fabulous service from as usual!!!


Works well,



Just what I needed, thanks




It’s been one year (1/4/23) since I purchased and installed these products on my 1994 Airstream Trailer. The complete kit was more than adequate for my job given that the trailer had a few other areas requiring attention or needing the self-leveling sealer. I waited for the ideal conditions (weather, temperature, and time of day) before applying the parts and sealing a few other external components. We’ve had several rain events and temperature swings and these products have held up very well. The trailer serves more as an office now which increases the importance for not having leaks!

This was a great choice to select these projects and particularly, from this vendor. They were very responsive and quick to get the order out.

Thanks to George and his Team!
Happy New Year 2024


No more breaking the roof vent on the trailer when shoveling off snow! Customer service was also excellent and shipped fast!


The product seems extremely flimsy and poor quality. One corner of the metal frame was badly bent and wrinkled . It was not shipping damage as there was no damage to the carton . The damage have been obvious to the person who packed it.

The hatch material is very thin and weak and I expect will be broke. With the first hail stone.


We had an issue with the screen not locking in. one of the plastic tabs was missing that locks into place. However I had already mounted the unit to the trailer and sealed it before I realized the screen problem. other than that the kit worked great and the trailer is sealed.
Thank you.


This was EXACTLY what we needed. Great product, easy install and great quality. Thank you because buying online has not been easy and this was?? Thanks again, Taylor
Ps, pics are out with the old and in with the new. We have a 1965 Shasta.


The vent went in very easily. took about 70 min. to remove old damaged one and replace with this vent. however I reused my old interior trim. this product came with 1 7/8 INCH trim. Needed 5+ inch deep Trim. thus the three star rating


I received the product today. Customer service to this point has been excellent. It will be about a week before trailer repair folks will be here to install, however, I did open and inspect the product. It was not protected in the box and is wedged into the box. I pray it will not be damaged.


installed on aluminum A.R.E. DCU truck cap.
Did not use the screw or caulk tape kit since the screws were far to long and the caulking is for rubber roofs. As it is, the smallest screws I found in size #8 were 1/2" long.

THe trim piece might be nice but it also reduces the head room in the space. i elected to not use it for that reason.

THe metal vent cover is what i wanted, though I wish they had smoothed the covers edge; it is sharp for the installer. But once installed it wont be an issue.

The screen is okay, but doesn't seem to completely cover the openings along the edge. If this was a concern, maybe a bit of 1/4" wide foam, backed with tape would make up the difference.

I prefer this type vent assy. with the round knob instead of the crank.

A cardboard template would have been helpful, but obviously not necessary.

With luck it will last half as long as the truck cap ... we'll see.


Received the Ventline Ventadome metal roof vent in good condition.
After removing the old plastic roof vent, the new unit slipped right into the existing square hole with no trouble. See the "before" and "after" pictures. The old plastic roof vent only lasted a few years in Wyoming (the 2 X 5 blocks in the "before" picture were duck taped in place to prevent the plastic bag I stuffed in there from blowing away - a temporary fix while waiting for the new vent).

I did not use the polyurethane adhesive between the roof and the vent flange. Everything deteriorates sooner or later especially in Wyoming. If I ever had to replace the vent it would be exceedingly difficult to remove it if stuck down with urethane adhesive. Instead I used ordinary putty (available at most hardware stores). In fact the old vent was sealed with putty. Since the putty layer is thicker than the urethane, I used 1" screws around the flange instead of the 3/4" screws supplied.

A year from now I'll see how the vent has survived.


The axles that I ordered last year are still working out great. But even better than the parts was the service I got from etrailer. It was so great working with a company who took the time to listen to my project and help me get the right parts I needed, especially coming right off the heels of a terrible experience dealing with bad information and wrong parts from a competitor. Even with some damages in shipping, the returns/ and replacements were no hassle, with most issues being quickly resolved and not even costing me any additional downtime. As a contractor keeping a small fleet rolling, your competency and professionalism have made me a customer for life!! You guys at etrailer will be my first stop for trailer parts.


Appreciated that a metal vent hood is offered, this is what I chose to replace the plastic hooded vent model on my cargo trailer. The plastic used for these vent hoods offers very little UV protection so I have had to replace several of them over the years. The mounting holes on both the metal flange and plastic internal trim fit the existing screw holes. I would prefer that the plastic garnish and screen support was thicker, it is too flimsy/fragile.


I bought a nice Legend 6x10 enclosed alum trailer at an auction with a worn out vent cover & seal so l ordered a plastic & a metal cover from etrailer , the plastic cover & seal come first so thats what l installed & its still on my trailer looking in new condition after a year in the sun & weather , when the time comes l have a new metal cover waiting , those covers do their job keeping the rain out .


Product arrived quickly and everything I needed was in the box to do the roof vent install. So far, very pleased.


I bought this vent because it was low profile ,metal, manual operation and made in the USA. It was easier to install than I thought it would be ; because of the contours in the cap. No problem. The flange was wide enough and the gauge thick enough to make the contour perfectly. I used 100% clear silicone to make the seal.I'll paint it as soon as temperatures get back to normal. I highly recommend this unit.


I love my new metal vent!
My auto is
a Ford 2007 E350 Super Extended cab with 138,0000+ miles which I also love not the miles but the Van.
Living here in the Rocky Mountains above the sleepy town of Las Vegas New Mexico a metal vent was essential as we have surprise hail storms even in the summer time which last year whiped out a record of windshields and metal house roofs!
The installation has awarded me as "Poster Child for the Unprepared'!
My jig saw brand , a "Rigid" non variable speed apparently, needed a new blade I soon found after successfully drilling the roof pilot holes. I had worn it out cutting heavy metal door thresholds.
Off to the town below to discover no one here has the correct blades for my brand. I then caved and bought a great variable speed Black and Decker which accepts Milwaukee blades even available almost everywhere! The drill championed the metal cutout plus murdered my back electric attachment to the dome light LOL! The caulking was for me messy as usual and Dylan had sent just the right amount to fill in even the 4 hole gaps as my roof has deep ridges to deal with after sinking the vent. The screws I found were inadequate for the metal roofing install so back to town this time covered in silver caulking appearing as a giant bird flying overhead had pooped on me lol. Finally back and screws in place to complete the seal I applied the remaining caulking all around the edges and finished with Flex Tape just in case to ward off our winters. As I said I love it! This is a great recommended product with my stamp of approval! Thanks Dylan!


Quick delivery and easy installation. My camper is a little older but this vent fan is an exact match. Bery happy with the removable screen for cleaning great feature the old vent didn’t have.


I’m writing this review before installing the vent so I can’t attest to its durability/longevity. This is a lightweight unit but it should suffice for use about three times a year for a couple of days at a time. This unit is affordable; well under $200. It is a next step up from a passive vent with no fan.


Just what I needed no more sun rotted plastic. Being here in Phoenix, AZ they don't last too long.

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