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Old 08-06-2018, 08:08 PM   #11
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This is out of our 07 C190P Roadtrek, but isn't the original, which was a basic exhaust only manual control Fantastic Fan. That is also likely what you have in your Roadtrek. I looked at the 1999 manual on the Roadtrek site and it says the fan manufacturer was Fantastic. I think they always have been the 14 X 14 inch versions, but someone on here probably will know for sure, so it should fit.


We should be here for the time frame around Aug 24 if you chose to drop by and pick it up.
Super, then Pam G can donate a Fantastic Fan!

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Old 08-07-2018, 05:16 PM   #12
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booster, Do you know if this fan draws any more power than the manual fan? Does it require any extra wiring or anything extra for installation, or does it just go in place of the original fan. Just wondering if I'll need to have my mechanic install this. Thanks!
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Old 08-07-2018, 05:28 PM   #13
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booster, Do you know if this fan draws any more power than the manual fan? Does it require any extra wiring or anything extra for installation, or does it just go in place of the original fan. Just wondering if I'll need to have my mechanic install this. Thanks!

It actually draws a bit less power, so no new wiring needed.


IIRC, when I put it in, I didn't even have to remove the original roof flange from the roof, as the new setup replaces just the guts of it. I know it wasn't a horrible job at all. I will try to find the instructions to confirm what needs to get done.
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That sounds like something maybe I could do! I've had to take my fan "guts" out a few times when the little pin involved with the arm and the crank that opens the lid has popped out.
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It actually draws a bit less power, so no new wiring needed.


IIRC, when I put it in, I didn't even have to remove the original roof flange from the roof, as the new setup replaces just the guts of it. I know it wasn't a horrible job at all. I will try to find the instructions to confirm what needs to get done.
booster, I sent you a private message regarding the fan. Thanks!
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Old 08-11-2018, 10:55 AM   #16
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1992 dodge B350---I bought the van and was showed the fan and how it worked. Brought to a rv repair to have a look at everything. They said cost to replace 535.00. Brought to someone else.

Mine is manual or not the fan worked but what was happening. Both motors or sensors were running at the same time.

As i am not experienced and brand new. My concentration has been to make sure the engine and battery is good and working and safe.

Would appreciate any assistance suggestions, or where can I can find the manual. Thought to go on a trip and find someone on the road in another state than mine. Thank you
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