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Old 08-29-2009, 08:40 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Peabody View Post
Thank you for the thought.This is my first motor home and getting to know the coach and any quirks has been fun.I do live in it full time and slowly but surely am getting things up and running,every thing works I just want to make sure I know what does what and when,lol.I'll get that vent figured out eventually I'm sure it too works just haven't found the switch. Peabody
On our '87 the kitchen fan is a 3T's unit and the control looks like a thermostat on the hall wall.

Hope this helps.


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Old 08-30-2009, 10:14 AM   #16
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You said the manufactur said "It's on the stove"

You said "The previous owner had the 3 burner stove removed and a 4 burner stove installed"

So there you have it, the wires are somewhere under the range top, more than likely if you do not have a vent hood

On my coach the stove vent fan is in the hood but you have a different type of vent

You will need to pop the top on the range, if you have wires there you are good. if not then you will need a cable tracker (you can get one from Harbor Frieight, cable tracker is the key word)

And track 'em down.. When you find 'em you may find a switch, likely not labeled, or you may need to add one.

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