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Old 09-25-2013, 01:10 PM   #1
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Toilet Ceiling Vent Fuse

The ceiling vent above the toilet has stopped working. I looked on this site and it was suggested it's either the 15 amp fuse or an obstruction around the fan. I checked that and see nothing.I also looked in our manual and didn't find any specific help. I looked at the fuse box and can't find the obvious fuse. None of the labels are obvious to me. I have tried to attach a photo here of the label, but was not successful. Any suggestions for which fuse or how to attach the photo?
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Is it a Fantastic Fan ? If so there is a 4 amp fuse in mine on the fan itself.


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I have the same fan and does any other of the fans in the coach work? I have a lose connection at the switch in the wall by the light switch, water pump, vent ...
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Fuse should be next to the on/of speed switch.
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Old 09-25-2013, 06:46 PM   #5
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Does the vent cover still open when you throw the switch but the fan doesn't turn? If so, look at the ring contact on the plunger switch under the vent cover. The contact gets corroded over time and needs to be cleaned with a piece of emery cloth or fine sandpaper. I've had this happen to both of my fans.
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On my vent fans, it has always been the switch. Corroded. Just cleaned and good to go, for a time.

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Thanks for the comments. I've been so busy working that I haven't gotten back to the vent problem, just living with it. GregOK80, all the other roof vent fans work fine. Evesely, there is not an on/off switch, just a push button to turn it on/off. The vent cover opens and closes fine, just has a simple crank on it.


Above the screen, on the outside, there is a label that says it is a 12 volt 1.5 amp fuse.
And there looks like a little box directly on top of the on/off button, yet outside between the screen and the vent cover, about the size of the fuse, that I'm guessing is where the fuse is. But I can't see how to get to that little fuse box. Surely there's a way to get to the fuse box without having to go up on the roof and somehow remove the vent cover, to get to the fuse box.


I wish I knew how to post pictures with a comment, but I don't, so hope my descriptions make sense. I could email the pix in a PM if anyone wants to help me solve this latest RV riddle.


I found a label that says Phillips Prod., Ventline, Bristol, Indiana 12 Volt DC, 1.5 amp v147-02, WL Model V2094. I found the company on line I will keep googling for info, and tomorrow I will make some calls and see if I can get help from them. Might be a long shot, but what the hey.
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