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Old 07-07-2011, 01:57 PM   #1
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Roof Vent Question 86 Pace Arrow

Hello all, I need to replace the plastic cover on my roof vent, I've searched the RV parts sites, and they seem to categorize them based on type names.
It's the vent over the kitchen, that has the fan in the center, and has two cranking handles on each side that raise and lower the vent cover.

It's the actual cover itself that's broken..
It seems to be a 15 to 20 dollar part, but I'm not sure what the type name is...

Any help would be appreciated...

Thank you..
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Sounds like the Hammond vent that was on my 89 Avion. It is no longer made. I replaced it with a MaxxFan.

Not a $15.00 part.

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You're going to have to remove the cover one way or another. Remove it and take it to an RV supply and let them match it. If they can't, you'll need to replace the entire assembly - which isn't THAT big a deal.
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i agree have replaced many last one i got at camping world about $17 i also agree i installed the maxair (with fan) in bathroom one of the best things i bought
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