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  • Moving Fantastic vent

    Having the second air conditioner put on our 29-5T took the bedroom vent space where one of the Fantastics was. Did some measuring today and will replace the bath vent with the fantastic that used to be in the bedroom. Now DW will be able to use the remote to power up the vent when taking a shower without having to use a step stool to reach it.
    Starting to pack it up to head for the TX gulf coast next week. Coastal humidity is high so I am going to take our Frigidaire 50 pint dehumidifier along and we can run it at night without listening to the constant fan noise. This dehumidifier works great and removes a LOT of moisture inside the trailer. With our current western WA weather if will fill 50 pints in 3-4 days.
    Old, fat, ugly and armed
    2017 Artic Fox 29-5T
    Chevy 2500HD, 6.6 Duramax

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    Fans (All makes) in the bathroom must be exhaust only per code according to Thunder RV and that is the only one the factory will install. Might want to disable the intake so you only have exhaust.
    Glen & Linda
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      We use intake fan when using the bath for something other than showers. Disregard the code, it will smell better when you flush. It is necessary to keep the remote handy. Use the exhaust at first then the intake when flushing.

      Woods
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Nickel n Pepper View Post
        We use intake fan when using the bath for something other than showers. Disregard the code, it will smell better when you flush. It is necessary to keep the remote handy. Use the exhaust at first then the intake when flushing.

        Woods
        X2 ignore the code...we have had a similar fan in every rv we have ever owned.

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