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Old 08-10-2015, 07:34 AM   #1
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Identify Bathroom Vent Fan

Hi, Can someone please help me identify this fan from the attached pictures? The label is illegible, it would be nice to just replace the motor and gearing, the plastic gear that is glued to the motor shaft has broken apart, and the other gear is missing teeth. The members of the forum are always quite helpful, thanks. Let me know if the pictures are not showing please.

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Old 08-15-2015, 05:53 AM   #2
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Looks like any old standard 12v motor. Should be an easy replace with something like this

Jensen Elixir Hengs 12V Fan Motor with D Shaft RV Roof Vent Replacement Motor | eBay

maybe something like this to replace the gears
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Hengs-Jensen...fcd3b8&vxp=mtr
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Hengs-Power-...41e1b3&vxp=mtr
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Old 08-15-2015, 06:25 AM   #3
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Just a suggestion, but it may be better to replace the entire fan. Available pretty reasonable on the internet, completely new unit, new screen, bezel, motor, cover, everything. No issues with trying to match a motor unit to an old fan, frustration and may not work properly. Just my $1.87 worth (2 cents adjusted for inflation).
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Good ideas, thanks, are the replacement fans generally standard size, and do they screw back into the original mount or require recaulking? BTW, I recaulked two openings recently, and the heat gun makes all the difference.
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Good ideas, thanks, are the replacement fans generally standard size, and do they screw back into the original mount or require recaulking? BTW, I recaulked two openings recently, and the heat gun makes all the difference.
My experience is that they are standard size, but once you remove the old one, take a close look at the roof from the "edge on" where the fan was installed. Look for any water damage that may have gotten past the caulking in the past. Repair/treat as necessary. Also remove all the old caulking and make sure before installing/bedding down the new fan that you fill the old screw holes with caulking. Odds are pretty good that the new fan won't exactly use the old holes! Seat the fan, screw in, seal with self leveling caulking, Dicor or similar, hook up the wiring, inside bezel, and you're done!
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Ours had same thing same problem.

Found another old one in worse shape but metal gears at swap meet and harvested the motor which worked fine.

Later found another one at an rv service place who has yard sales to move old product or junk parts.

Short story is these are common parts of older days and you may try the rv service shops to locate a pulled unit.

Trees wipe out the cover and frame but the fan and gears usually fine.
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Hey Some1, thanks! These parts fit perfectly.
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Thanks Some1, these parts fit perfectly!
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