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Old 12-07-2015, 08:20 AM   #1
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Vent fan issue??

I have a 2004 Monaco/HR Vacationer on the W24 chassis....it has three fantasic roof vents all with thermostatic controls and rain sensors... the one in the living area works perfectly... the other two are in the bathroom area and in the toilet room, right near each other.... the thermostat controls will activate the covers as it should, but no matter what I do with switches, neither of the fans will run... the fuses at the fan locations are all good... are these fans fused elsewhere? I couldn't find any reference to a dedicated fuse for these in any of the manuals I have. Any thoughts? Thanks!
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Old 12-07-2015, 11:20 AM   #2
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I have a 2004 Monaco/HR Vacationer on the W24 chassis....it has three fantasic roof vents all with thermostatic controls and rain sensors... the one in the living area works perfectly... the other two are in the bathroom area and in the toilet room, right near each other.... the thermostat controls will activate the covers as it should, but no matter what I do with switches, neither of the fans will run... the fuses at the fan locations are all good... are these fans fused elsewhere? I couldn't find any reference to a dedicated fuse for these in any of the manuals I have. Any thoughts? Thanks!
I bet it is the switch itself. Try cycling it several times (say 20 - 40) with the overhead switch set to off. If you are lucky they are self wiping switches and it may clear up any corrosion on them. I don't think it can hurt and may solve the problem.
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