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Old 06-20-2016, 05:14 PM   #1
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1992 Minnie Winnie Vent Covers

We just bought a 1992 Winnebego Minnie Winnie 27 ft WF527RQ. I can not remove the vent assembly in the bathroom ceiling. It's sealed tight to the roof and there are no screws on the roof. I removed the 1 inch screws that hold the inside screen and there are no screws that hold the assembly in the hole. Does anyone know how to get the old assembly out?
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You'll have to remove the caulk around the hatch on the roof. The screws are likely buried in Dicor self-leveling caulk or even Eternabond tape.



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Old 06-22-2016, 12:12 AM   #3
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Thank you. I watched that video. Great demonstration of how to swap out ventsm. Our problem is that the 1992 Minnie Winnie has 3 vents and they all 'appear' to be glued directly to the metal roof. There is no caulking or tape covering a flange with screws in the vents like all the videos show. I think I'm just going to have to take a knife and cut through the sealant between the vent and the metal roof and pry the vent up. Any Winnebego owns out there with the same issue?
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The screws are countersunk into the vent flange and most likely the heads are covered with sealant. I had to dig the heads on mine free with a pick when I replaced my non-operating one. It's a good thing it was sealed well around the perimeter, as whoever installed it originally put no sealer between the flange and the roof.
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