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Replacement Lift Motor for Maxx Fan Plus Roof Vent

Replacement Lift Motor for Maxx Fan Plus Roof Vent

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MAXXAIR Accessories and Parts - MA10-20270

  • RV Vents and Fans
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  • MAXXAIR

Replaces the lift motor needed to open your MaxxFan Plus roof vent.


Features:

  • Replaces the lift motor needed to open your MaxxFan Plus roof vent
    • Works with 00-4501K, MA00-04500K, MA00-07000K, or MA00-07500K
  • Quantity: 1 lift motor


10-20270 Replacement Lift Motor for Maxx Fan Plus Roof Vent





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Video Transcript for Review of Maxxair RV Vent and Fan Parts - Replacement Lift Motor - MA10-20270

Ellen: Hey, everybody. I'm Ellen here etrailer.com and we're going to be taking a quick look at the replacement lift motor for your MaxxFan Plus roof vent. So if something's happened with that roof vent, it's gotten damaged, or it's just not working anymore, but you don't want to replace the whole thing. Everything else is working just fine. This is a way to keep that fan working for many more years without having to take out that whole unit and replace it with a completely new fan unit system. So let's take a closer look and make sure it's the right fit.

Just has this little plug that goes into the connection to the rest of the fan. And we'll have our two arms to connect into those mechanisms to lift and lower that vent lid. Works with several different models of fans. The list of those is on our product page here at etrailer.com so you can check with that to make sure that yours is a match for it. And this will be for obviously the electric fans, not the manual.It does not come with any mounting hardware so you will need to reuse the mounting hardware from the original to get this in place.

But that's really about all there is to it for our look at the replacement lift motor for your MaxxFan Plus roof vent. Hope this video's been helpful in deciding if this is the right part for you. We do have a lot of other replacement parts available here at etrailer.com and we also do have new fan units as well. So if you need to go down that road, we got you covered. Thanks for watching..

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Replacement Lift Motor for Maxx Fan Plus Roof Vent - MA10-20270

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (135 Customer Reviews)

Replaces the lift motor needed to open your MaxxFan Plus roof vent.

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Well they are replacement parts, So there's not much to say about them except I'm Glad there was a "used" option for 1 of the items to help with the cost. My disappointment is with the MaxxAir fan that REQUIRED these parts after only just over 2 years with LOW use hours! MaxxAir really needs a better warranty for such a (supposedly) top of the line fan with a Top Price to go along with it! Or maybe offer the parts at a lower price point! I struggled with the decision of buying the parts or just getting a whole new fan! I opted for the parts ONLY because of the extra work it would have been to remove the calking & mounting bracket stuff. As it was I still had to do some pretty involved disassembly & R&R work to replace BOTH a bad lift motor AND broken ( Pot metal) Operator Mechanism!!! NOT impressed with my Maxxair roof vent AT ALL!!!!



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This lift motor is just about dead and struggles to lift the cover every time we use the vent. Not sure if we got a bad one or if these motors are just junk. I guess they only last about a year and now I've got to think about purchasing another motor or just using the vent manually....



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Old gearbox locked up. This gearbox boltin placeand works well.



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The motor is exactly what I ordered and replaced the old one but my fan still doesn't
Work. I must have an electrical issue. I'll keep this one as a backup tho.

The package arrived ahead of schedule and I am pleased with that. We are full time RV'ers
and will come to this site as something else needs to be replaced.



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I received it three days after I placed the order. Had it installed in less than 30 minutes. The tricky part is matching the small aluminum sleeve to the two splined shafts for a proper fit.



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Thanks for the update and nice comments.
You
companies service has been great.

I bought a operator mechanism last year thru Amazon and other supplier.
It failed after 2 weeks but I didn't install it till 30days had passed and my claim was refused.
Reading reviews these units seem to be very unreliable.

I chose ETrailer re stock, price and the 60 day term hoping it might be made better.

I went on the roof to install my 1st order from you and found it looked the same.
I couldn't see a problem with the one I had. Installed yours and guess what, it wouldn't work either.
My neighbor has lots of experience with these fans.
Explained how the motor works and how high voltage (friction) is how it stops.

My knob has been very tight to move manually.
So it turns out my 2013 motor is the issue. He had a spare and loaned it to me and everything now works the way it should and the knob and gears are easy to turn.
My second order is to replace his and I will now have a spare for my second fan that will be a 2013 original.
10 years life on the 7500 Deluxe unit isn't something I'll complain about.

Thought this might be of interest to you.



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The parts returned my Maxxfan to fully operational.



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Great service

David N.

4/21/2024

Has been working perfectly

Etrailer Expert

Bud M.

5/15/2024

@DavidN Great to hear. Thank you for the update.


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Just what I needed to complete full remote operation to the Maxx Fan in my ATC toy hauler. The fan cover could be opened and closed manually, but I really wanted it returned to remote control use due to the distance was a little too high for my wife to reach. Great service and good products at reasonable prices, thank you so much!



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Fast delivery direct fit no modifications needed no special tools needed



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Products arrived quickly and as expected. I got them installed without any issues and the vent works as it should.



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Easy to replace and fixed my problem



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Was an easy installation and has not failed to operate when turned on. Seem to have been accurately represented. This would be my go to company for any future part needs.



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I am very satisfied with e trailer, customer service is on point with a great attitude, would recommend them to anyone needing RV parts and will be using them in the future
Thank e trailer !



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Exactly what we needed. Perfect fit.



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perfect fit; quick ship



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Excellent service!



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Installed easily! Great job!



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I think the replacement motor did the trick, now the vent cover opens and closes the way it was designed.



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Worked good



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Part worked perfectly



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My husband and myself installed this ourselves and went exactly as planned and continues to work well one year later. Glad we couldn’t find someone to do this for us. Would have cost us so much more because they wanted to replace the whole A/C unit!



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It was a quick and easy DIY project to replace the defective motor



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Very fast delivery and very knowledgeable of product.They email you product is shipped and when it arrives at is destination !!!!!!!! Great services!!!!!!!!!!!



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As usual service from e trailer is top notch. Have not installed new part as of yet.


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