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Old 03-30-2015, 07:59 AM   #1
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Installing vent fan in Fifth Wheel LR vent

I have an extra upgraded (full size) single speed vent fan left over from my bath vent fan upgrade. I used the single speed first, then replaced with a quiet multi-speed. I would like to install with a remote in my living room vent. I was wondering if it is likely that the LR vent in my 2012 Cougar High Country was pre-wired for a vent fan. I removed the fascia once and didn't find any wires in the immediate (inch or so) ceiling.
I originally thought I would have to activate the push button fan with a broomstick until I thought of using a 12v remote. I figure the large high speed vent fan would be good to evacuate hot air and create air movement when dry camping.
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Old 03-30-2015, 09:12 AM   #2
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get a wiring diagram from the manufacturer
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