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Old 10-03-2010, 07:45 PM   #1
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Range hood modification

The 12 volt recirculating range hood is not going to work. It is too loud and really does not vent anywhere but back into the RV, which makes the smoke detector go need to test it weekly, just fry some bacon or make toast. Anyway, I digress.

My question is this. Do I go with the 12 volt venting hood or upgrade to the 110 volt. I am leaning toward the 110 as I have a onan 4 generator and camp at full service sites anyway. Wondering what you guys have and amy suggestions for this modification!?


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Old 10-03-2010, 07:51 PM   #2
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I wouldn't be starting my generator just to run the vent hood. I would opt for the venting. Our Georgetown has it built into the microwave which is above the range but like yours it still just vents into the rig. We don't even use it, just turn on the overhead Fantasitc Fan. It does a way better job anyway.
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