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Old 08-01-2007, 09:11 AM   #1
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I have a 05 Georgie Boy Landau 25ds That does not have a livingroom roof vent. There is ceiling space. How much trouble am I asking for if a cut a 14x14" for a new vent?
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I have a 05 Georgie Boy Landau 25ds That does not have a livingroom roof vent. There is ceiling space. How much trouble am I asking for if a cut a 14x14" for a new vent?
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Coupe, I would recommend you contact Georgie Boy for help as many manufacturers will bring wiring up the refrigerator vent chase and over into the middle of the coach and then forward and aft from there. You may find that you will run into some 12 volt wiring and have to splice and go around a vent if this is so in your coach. Good luck and keep us informed.
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