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Old 01-20-2011, 07:15 AM   #15
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I haven't had the work done yet, cause I'm still waiting for the parts so I can schedule a time to take it all the way back down to the dealer, but yeah - I'm really glad I found this post!
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Old 01-25-2011, 08:40 AM   #16
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I've been dealing with Keystone also on my 2010 Fuzion 405 Touring edition in reference to the range/microwave vent issue. The advised me that they will send me a fan to install in the roof vent above the kitchen galley, but will not pay for the install. Your floorplan is different than mine and was wondering if you know where your dealer tied the 12 volt power into to run the exhaust fan. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks Joe
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Old 01-26-2011, 08:19 AM   #17
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I've been dealing with Keystone also on my 2010 Fuzion 405 Touring edition in reference to the range/microwave vent issue. The advised me that they will send me a fan to install in the roof vent above the kitchen galley, but will not pay for the install. Your floorplan is different than mine and was wondering if you know where your dealer tied the 12 volt power into to run the exhaust fan. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks Joe

Hey Staz,

I haven't actually taken it down to have it installed yet, but I'll be sure to ask them when I go down there & report back.
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Old 01-28-2011, 08:46 AM   #18
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Hey Staz,

I haven't actually taken it down to have it installed yet, but I'll be sure to ask them when I go down there & report back.
Thanks, I would appreciate it.
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Old 02-16-2011, 02:29 PM   #19
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Keystone sent me a sure flow exhaust fan and I installed it yesterday. Found power from an over head light and it worked to power the fan. We have to turn the light wall switch on and then We can use the remote to open the lid and turn on the fan. Works great, we would have the lights on anyway when we cook.
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That's Shurflo fan.
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Our Fuzion 360 does not have a stove vent either. I figure since the kitchen is on the entry door side of the RV, venting the stove on that side may be unwanted under the awning or noisy. There may be someone who will add the wall vent. I installed a Shurflo remote controlled fan to replace the living area vent. I could have brought this concern up to the dealer and went back and forth with Keystone, but I wanted to install the fan of my choice myself. Sure, I bought the fan when I may not have had to, but it was worth it to do it myself and not have to leave the Fuzion at the dealer for ???? days. JMHO
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