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Old 06-08-2011, 01:59 AM   #1
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The plastic roof vents on my 2007 32QB have, over time, become brittle and cracked. Can the covers be easily replaced? If so, what information would I need to buy replacement vents? Is it something I can do myself?

This is my first post and would appreciate any advice to fix this issue.

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Yes, the covers can be easily replaced.There are different types of hinge configurations and there may be different sizes as well. Measure yours and take a good look at the hinge type and you should be able to get a replacement at any RV parts dealer.
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If you have a cell phone with a camera, take some pictures of the vent cover and the hinges so you can show it to the dealer.
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I replaced the vent in the bedroom with a maxxair vent/fan. I got the one with the remote so i can open and close the vent and change the fan speed without getting out of bed. It also has a thermostat feature that will activate it at a set temp. Just another option to throw out to you.
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Be careful trying to walk on the roof. You should only have 1/4" plywood.
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