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#12598564 - 01/28/18 06:17 AM RV ceiling fan question
Luke57 Offline
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Registered: 04/06/09
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Loc: Aledo Tx
Has anyone replaced their ceiling vent with a ceiling fan ? If so is there a kit or what can I do
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#12598583 - 01/28/18 06:58 AM Re: RV ceiling fan question [Re: Luke57]
Dag´┐ŻBill Online   content
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Registered: 10/19/12
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FYI

An RV ceiling vent helps to increase airflow in your motorhome, and keep the air fresh. ... It may not seem like an important component of your RV, but without an RV vent, the air inside your home-on-wheels can get stale pretty quickly. It also helps eliminate cooking odors, humidity from the shower, and other odors.

Maybe upgrade or add a fan?
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#12606805 - 02/02/18 08:17 AM Re: RV ceiling fan question [Re: Luke57]
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My Excel has a ceiling fan that turned out to be a problem. You had to be really careful to watch the blades when pulling the slide in as they would hang. I finally removed the blades after getting tired of replacing broken blades. Never really seemed to need it anyway.

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