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Old 05-26-2015, 03:30 PM   #51
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Yep! In fact, the instructions that come with the cover do not mention a clamp style. So when you call fantastic vent, they ask for an email and minutes later, they send off a PDF instruction with the location to drill the holes for the screws. That's it!

What I can't understand is why they just don't include the instructions for the clamp style in the instructions that come with the unit. The PDF they sent me, included instructions for the non clamp style. It was just one page longer.

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Old 06-08-2015, 05:06 PM   #52
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I have the same maxxair cover over my fan as Mark0224 had on his. Best thing I've purchased for the camper. My fan closes automatically when it starts to rain. I never had the cover before and last year the blades fell off of the motor shaft. The heat caused the plastic to swell and crack. A new retro motor cost about $90. The Maxxair cover keeps direct sunlight off of the fan motor and allows the unit to still operate when it rains. No problems with leaks and easy to install. Regular Maxxair vents over vents with no fans. Worth the purchase. Don't second guess it.

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