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Valterra RV Vents and Fans A10-3348VP Review

Speaker 1: Today we're taking a look at a Valtera AC Vent Grill. This unit adds or replaces a vent grill in your camper or RV. It's made from a durable plastic construction and it is black in color. Installation hardware is included. It's a two-piece construction so this outer piece is designed to rotate all the way around so you can direct air flow as needed. The outer piece also covers the installation hardware for a cleaner look.So to separate the two pieces, you just pull them apart.


Valterra RV Vents and Fans A10-3349VP Review

Speaker 1: Today we're taking a look at the Valterra heating and A/C vent register. This unit adds, or replaces, a heating and A/C register in your camper or RV. It's made from a durable plastic construction, and it's off-white in color. Installation hardware is included. The unit features the built-in damper. That unit is controlled by using the twist knob, right here, so that twist knob opens and closes the built-in damper.


Valterra RV Vents and Fans A10-3354VP Review

Speaker 1: Today we're takin' a look at the Valterra A/C air port. This air port, or vent mounts to your ceiling and allows air to come into your RV from your heating and cooling system. To close the vent, you turn the unit clockwise. You see how it closes that gap That right there is the closed position, and then go open it, you just turn it counterclockwise. It does have safety tabs here so that way it doesn't come out of the housing. Now, the inner diameter, so I measure that inner hole right there.


Way Interglobal RV Vents and Fans 324-000057 Review

Speaker 1: Today we're taking a look at the 42-inch ceiling fans for RVs. Now, this line of ceiling fans are designed for 12-volt applications. The ceiling fan is really perfect for adding a new, replacing, or upgrading an old ceiling fan in your RV.Now, I do have this ceiling fan assembled, so I have it all put together, and then I also have it upside down so if this we're installed, the portion of the ceiling fan that would be visible would be this portion here. You'll notice that it has a really nice base on it. Nice finishing touches right here gives it a very clean look, so it's going to look great in your RV. Also, the blades are angled a little bit more than standard ceiling fan blades.


Way Interglobal RV Vents and Fans 324-000054 Review

Speaker 1: Today we're taking a look at the 42 inch ceiling fans for RV's. Now this line of ceiling fans are designed for 12 volt applications. This ceiling fan is really perfect for adding a new, replacing or upgrading an old ceiling fan in your RV.Now I do have this ceiling fan assembled, so I have it all put together, and then I also have it upside down, so if this we're installed, the portion of the ceiling fan that would be visible would be this portion here. So you'll notice that it has a really nice base on it, nice finishing touches right here gives it a very clean look, so it's going to look great in your RV.Also, the blades are angled a little bit more than standard ceiling fan blades, so this really helps increase air movement and circulation. It really helps push around more air. All the necessary hardware and wiring are included for an easy installation.


Way Interglobal RV Vents and Fans 324-000053 Review

Speaker 1: Today, we're taking a look at the 42 inch, ceiling fans for RVs. Now this line of ceiling fans are designed for 12 volt applications. This ceiling fan is really perfect for adding a new, replacing, or upgrading an old ceiling fan in your RV. Now, I do have this ceiling fan assembled. So I have it all put together. And then I also have it upside down.


Way Interglobal RV Vents and Fans 324-000056 Review

Speaker 1: Today, we're taking a look at the 42" ceiling fans for RVs. Now this line of ceiling fans are designed for 12 volt applications. This ceiling is really perfect for adding a new, replacing, or upgrading an old ceiling fan in your RV. Now I do have the ceiling fan assembled. So I have it all put together and then I also have it upside down. So if this we're installed, the portion of the ceiling fan that would be visible, would be this portion here.


Way Interglobal RV Vents and Fans 324-000044 Review

Speaker 1: Today, we're taking a look at the 42" ceiling fans for RVs. These ceiling fans feature the dish style light kit. Now this ceiling fan is perfect for adding the new, replacing or upgrading an old ceiling fan in your RV. This ceiling fan does a great job at pushing around air and that's because of the angle blade design that it uses. So it does a great job at bringing air down and circulating the air and then it has a reversible motor with a switch, which is located right here. That way, you can actually push air up so it allows for all season comfort.


Way Interglobal RV Vents and Fans 324-000041 Review

Kevin: Today we're taking a look at the 42-inch ceiling fans for RVs. These ceiling fans feature the dish style light kit. Now this ceiling fan is perfect for adding a new, replacing or upgrading an old ceiling fan in your RV. This ceiling fan does a great job of pushing around air and that's because of the angle-blade design it uses. So it does a great job of bringing air down and circulating air, and then it has a reversible motor with a switch, which is located right here. That way you can actually push air up, so it allows for all-season comfort.Now the ceiling fan is a really nice design.


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RV Vents and Fans Questions and Answers

  • Determining The Correct Replacement Vent Cover For Trailer Roof Vent
  • You will first want to measure your vent, not the actual cover on your trailer. The vents are 14-1/2 by 14-1/2 inches, 14 by 14 inches, or 13 by 14 inches, in size. Then you will want to make sure the correct size cover uses the same type of hinge as shown on the product page. Usually it will be a rolled metal edge, and you will be able to use the picture on our site to compare to your cover.. The item you selected, Ventline Smoke Dome, part # BV0554-03, is a replacement cover for...
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  • Replacement Roof Vent Lid for Enclosed Cargo Trailer
  • To determine which cover you need, examine the existing vent cover (or what is left of it) for a manufacturer name or model number. Take a look at the replacement covers we offer (see provided link) paying close attention to the thumbnail photos showing the hinge configuration. You will need to choose the cover whose size and hinge configuration matches your existing vent. If you are unsure, please email me a photo of your existing vent, making sure to get the hinge in the photo. Having...
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  • Parts Needed and Wiring Methods for Adding 110 and 12 Volt Power and Accessories to a Trailer
  • There are large RVs, over 40 foot Winnebagos as an example, that only use up to a 4K generator. It seems like a generator is what you need for the power the items you want to have in the trailer. We currently do not have generators or inverters that can produce the amount of power you are looking for. We have a 1000 watt inverter, # 02294, but nothing higher than that. Using a generator will negate the need for having power inverters. The way that systems are wired is that they can...
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  • Recommendations for Converting a Swing Door on a Trailer to a Door Ramp
  • Converting from a double swing doors to a ramp door can definitely be done, it will require some fabrication and ingenuity on your part. I can help you pick out some of the more important components needed for this, but I will not be able to tell you every step of the way. The first thing you will need is a ramp/door. You will want to measure the opening of the rear of your trailer to get the correct size for the ramp. Without knowing how much weight will be on the ramp it is hard to...
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  • Solar Powered Roof Vent Recommendation for Cargo Van to Exhaust Hot Air
  • Based on what you described your best option will be the Ultra-Fab Solar-Powered Plumbing Vent # UF53-945001. This solar powered vent will install on the roof of your cargo van and will work to remove the hot air at the top of your van's interior as long as it has access to sunlight. I attached a review video for more info for you to check out as well.
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  • How to Remove a Broken Roof Vent Dome Cover on a Trailer
  • The removal of an old vent cover is usually not very difficult, but the exact process will depend on the brand of the vent. Typically, the first steps are to remove the handle, the screen and, in some cases, the lower or interior trim piece. Next, you will want to determine how the arm is attached to the cover and base. The arms slide along either a plastic or metal track that is attached to the vent cover. The arms are usually held to the vent base and handle with screws, which would...
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  • How to Select a Replacement Vent Cover for a 6x12 Pace Journey Enclosed Cargo Trailer
  • Most all of the vent covers are similarly sized. You will need to select the vent cover for the vent on your 6x12 Pace Journey trailer by the manufacturer of the vent cover and the attachment style. Some of the vent cover manufacturers, like Ventline have changed attachment hardware in the past and there are two styles. The older style, like the Ventline Replacement Smoke Dome Assembly for Standard Roof Ventadomes, item # BV0554-03, that you selected have the metal groove riveted to...
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  • Operating Watts and Amps for Fantastic Vent Fan and Replacement Gear and Bearing Kit for Atwood Jack
  • I spoke to my contact at Fantastic Vent and she informed me that the roof vent # FV801250, you were looking at motor will draw 36 watts. On low it will draw 1.86 amps, on medium 2.29 amps, and on high 3 amps. For your corner Atwood jack, we offer a few replacement bevel gear and bearing kits depending on what capacity it is. I have linked them below: # AT75030 - Replacement Bevel Gear and Bearing Kit for Atwood Standard Duty 5th Wheel Landing Gear # AT75029 - Replacement Bevel...
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  • Is the Replacement Metal Trailer Roof Vent Dome Assembly Galvanized and Does it Include the Bracket
  • Yes, the metal replacement dome, # BV0534-00, is galvanized for corrosion resistance. There is a slot spot welded into the underside of the lid that the operator arm attaches to, see photo. No other parts are included with the replacement metal dome, and you do not need to rivet the bracket to the underside of the lid. The Replacement Operator w/ Knob, # BV0115-04, is the correct operator arm and attaches to the slot in the underside of the lid with the rivet head that is attached to...
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  • Where to Measure to Determine Replacement Trailer Vent Cover Lid
  • You would want to measure the distance of the opening of the vent. The Vent Cover # BV0554-03 that you referenced fits 14-1/4 by 14-1/4 inch openings. Nearly all roof vents are 14-1/4 inch by 14-1/4 inch. You probably have one of the styles that we offer a replacement lid for. I would recommend you check out the link I attached to the right to see all of the ones we carry. Check out the pictures of each, especially the hinge designs to see what would work for you.
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  • Replacement Vent Cover for Trailer Vent Marked Ventline AS-13 MV101
  • My contact at Ventline tells me that part # BV0554-01 in white or # BV0554-03 in smoke would be the correct replacement lids for your travel trailer. The white is translucent, but the smoked still allows more light in that it.
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  • Troubleshooting MaxxAir MaxxFan 12V Fan-Powered Trailer Roof Vent That Beeps
  • My contact at MaxxAir advised that there are three potential causes for the beep and no fan motion you're experiencing with your MaxxFan Trailer Roof Vent # MA00-04000K. One potential cause is that the unit was wired with incorrect polarity. Make sure the white wire is grounded and the black wire is connected to your 12V power source (of at least 5-amps). Another possible reason for the malfunction is low incoming voltage. Use a voltmeter like # BTMT15 to make sure your battery is delivering...
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  • Is There a Correct Size for a Fan-Tastic Roof Vent on a Haulmark Edge Trailer?
  • Based on my research, your Haulmark Edge race trailer has a standard 14" x 14" roof vent, which requires a 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" opening. If you are concerned about roof thickness, the Fan-Tastic vent's roof garnish - such as the one in the photo that I've attached - can be trimmed to meet your specifications. The only thing left for you to do is choose which vent you prefer. The most popular of our Fan-Tastic roof vents is # FV801200, which has a manual-speed knob to let you control airflow....
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  • Replacement Vent Cover Recommendation for a Rockwood Signature Travel Trailer
  • Most all vent covers are similarly sized. You will need to select the vent cover for the vent on your Rockwood trailer by the manufacturer of the vent and the attachment style of the cover. Some of the vent cover manufacturers, like Ventline, have changed attachment hardware in the past and there are two styles. The newer style, like the Ventline Replacement White Dome Assembly, item # BV0554-01 , that you selected have the metal groove riveted to the back of the cover and a rounded...
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  • Troubleshooting Fan-Tastic Roof Vent FV803350 That Doesn't Open Or Close
  • First thing you will want to check is that the fan has power and is grounding properly. You can try using jumper wires to the vent wiring that are run to known ground and power to see if that works. Next, you can check the fuse of the fan to make sure it is not blown. Near the speed setting is a plug that holds a 4 amp fuse. I attached a picture that points out where it is. If the fan still works when you manually open the lid that would indicate a problem with the lid motor. Since...
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  • Replacement Roof Vent Lid for 2007 Haulmark Trailer
  • I do not have any information about which particular vent Haulmark used on their trailers, but you can easily determine which replacement lid you need. The easiest way to do this would be to provide me with any manufacturer and model number information you might be able to find. With this information, I can check with the various manufacturers for a replacement lid. If you cannot find any info on the remaining vent, you will need to measure the existing vent. When measuring for a replacement...
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  • Comparing the Fan-Tastic Vent # FV801200 and the Clamp on Fan-Tastic Vent # FV801208
  • Both the Fan-Tastic Vent Roof with the Manual Lift # FV801200 and the Clamp on Fan-Tastic Vent Roof with the Manual Lift # FV801208 have a height of 4-1/2 inches when closed and a height of 11-1/2 inches when opened. Neither of them is higher or lower than the other when installed. The controls for the fan will be located at about the same height as well. The part # FV801200 has the deeper sides but that does not affect where the control is located. If you are looking for something...
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  • How to Select the Correct Replacement Vent Dome Cover for a Trailer Roof Vent
  • Measuring the vent is the first place to start. Most standard vents are 14-1/4 by 14-1/4 inches wide, 14 x 14 inches wide or 13 x 14 inches wide. Next if the manufacturer name is on the vent that will help. Finally, you will need to look closely at the hinged portion of the the vent. If there is a rolled metal hinge attached to the vent cover like on the Ventline Replacement Smoke Dome Assembly, item # BV0554-03, that you referred to then that is most likely the correct vent for your...
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  • Amp Draw of MaxxFan Deluxe RV Fan
  • While running the MaxxAir MaxxFan Deluxe # MA00-06401K requires about 4-1/2 amps. For startup it will pull around 9 amps.
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  • Which is Quieter the MaxxAir Trailer Roof Vent or the Fan-Tastic Vent Roof Vent
  • The MaxxAir vent # MA00-06401K and the Fan-Tastic Vent roof vent # FV801250 will be close to the same decibel level when running but I give a slight edge to the MaxxAir because it moves a little less air (900 cubic feet per minute versus 920 on the Fan-Tastic) and because it has a sealed ball bearing 12 volt motor which would theoretically be quieter. Honestly you may not be able to tell the difference. As far as wind noise on the exterior I would go with the MaxxAir vent again since...
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