Today's project: installing an Ultra-Breeze cover over the Fan-Tastic fan in our bathroom. We had the dealer upgrade the bath fan as part of the deal. Our Flagstaff TT came with a Fan-Tastic fan with the cover... when I squeezed the fan upgrade out of the dealer it never occurred to me he would install the fan without the cover but at $35 or so wholesale apparently it occurred to him! What's the use of the fan if you can't leave the vent open 24/7 and not worry about rain? No worries - I bought the cover from Amazon and did it myself.
Most of the topside stuff on our coach is black, and I wanted to allow some light into the bath (sort of skylight effect), so I paid the extra money for a "smoke" cover which looks black on the outside but still allows some light through. Install was pretty easy - you remove four screws from the vent (two on each side) and install brackets using the larger screws supplied. Had to cut away the existing sealant, clean the area, then apply new sealant in the screw holes and under the brackets before attaching. Since virtually none of the new sealant touches my roof it probably wasn't necessary, but I used the two-part system from Dicor specified for my TPO roof.
The only issue I encountered was the washers that came with the kit (that go over the posts on the brackets beneath the hairpin clips) were so thick that the pins wouldn't fit in the holes in the posts. Found some nylon washers in the shop that worked just fine... and will never rust! And now we have an all-weather bath fan.
2016 Coachmen Pursuit 31BD
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