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Old 08-09-2016, 02:23 PM   #1
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Stove Vent Closure

Well this should be a no brainer, Forest River Forester 2251 SLE 2015,How do I open the vent on the outside of the motor home.Two small plastic like clips on the bottom, do I pull down and lever with small screw driver?Just to be clear the stove hood fan vent.
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Old 08-09-2016, 02:34 PM   #2
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A picture of the vent would help. There are a couple methods used to retain the vent flap. I believe to open the vent you have you push up on the "clips" with your thumbs and rotate them out. My vent has 2 small clips that you just rotate out of the way of the vent which would be different from yours.
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You should just be able to push up on the 2 clips to open the vent. They can be stubborn.
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X2 Push up and out of the way. Be sure to lock closed before traveling as the little flap can fly off while traveling.
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Thanks , just as described, Mine was held down by a bit of caulk which ran along the bottom. some lube and your help on how the thing worked allowed me to open it without breaking a thing! I sure appreciate the help, you good people are a much needed resource to a new owner.
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