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Old 10-02-2015, 06:46 PM   #1
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dome covers cracked

I was preparing my camper for a Hurricane/ Noreaster that was due to hit Virginia in the next several days. The camper is stored away from trees, so that is not an issue. I lowered the tongue and adjusted the stabilizers to minimize any wind getting under the TT. I also closed my 3 roof vents as a preventive measure. I have the dome covers on all 3, when I was closing them I noticed that 2 of them were cracked. I don't know how that happened, since I had the dealer install the covers when the camper was purchased. They have not been directly exposed to sun. I really don't think it an issue since I have the large vent covers and they do keep out any rain and they still operate but have cracks in them. Is this a big project to just replace the dome covers ? They probably should be replaced, so the camper could be buttoned up if need be. They are really thin plastic and don't feel very durable. I guess its just one of those wear items. Always something.
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Old 10-02-2015, 07:07 PM   #2
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If you are thinking or replacing...
I'm sure it is not a big thing as long as you can get to the roof and be comfortable working up there.

Not knowing your brand I looked on amazon for replacement fantastic vent replacement and came up with this...

http://www.amazon.com/Fan-Tastic-Fan.../dp/B00BR2CK8K

I am pretty sure they are all the same no matter the brand, but if yours are different you can search for your brand...
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I was preparing my camper for a Hurricane/ Noreaster that was due to hit Virginia in the next several days. The camper is stored away from trees, so that is not an issue. I lowered the tongue and adjusted the stabilizers to minimize any wind getting under the TT. I also closed my 3 roof vents as a preventive measure. I have the dome covers on all 3, when I was closing them I noticed that 2 of them were cracked. I don't know how that happened, since I had the dealer install the covers when the camper was purchased. They have not been directly exposed to sun. I really don't think it an issue since I have the large vent covers and they do keep out any rain and they still operate but have cracks in them. Is this a big project to just replace the dome covers ? They probably should be replaced, so the camper could be buttoned up if need be. They are really thin plastic and don't feel very durable. I guess its just one of those wear items. Always something.
It's actually very easy to change the lids. Sometimes Walmart has them or Campingworld. Lots on line also. Take a photo of the hinge 1st. There are 3 styles all very different. Take phone to store or online for purchase. Installation instruc. on box, very easy.
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