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Old 01-13-2018, 05:45 PM   #1
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Micro Mini 1808FBS

New to thread and am seriously considering a Micro Mini 1808FBS. Does anybody know if the vent has wiring present so a powered fan can be placed?

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New to thread and am seriously considering a Micro Mini 1808FBS. Does anybody know if the vent has wiring present so a powered fan can be placed?

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I am interested as well. In the meantime, here's a video of a guy installing a fan in another model Micro Mini:

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Had the same question on a later model Winnebago motorhome. Found the interior trim on the vent is attached with machine screws-no sealant to disturb. Removed the four screws and could see the power wire right there at the vent to tap into. Checked to make sure wire had power. Installed myself. Very careful to do a good cleaning of old sealant on the roof-no problems encountered.
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