Originally Posted by Power247
I can't wait to hear how this works out...
Quick update. Since fan is made for under cabinet, I had to find a way to attach to ceiling. I attached 2 pcs. of 2 inch wide wood about 1/4 inch thick to the ceiling mount. Each pc. spans 2 bolt holes(and still turns 360.). Bolted those in place using the supplied bolts. Left enough over hang to attach to the ceiling. My plan there is to find a stud as close to the doorway opening as possible and screw one set of the wood into the stud, the use toggle bolts to attach the other piece. It would be great if another stud was exactly where I need it, but I feel sure that won't happen. As for powering the fan, I was going to splice an extension cord into the supplied cord, but decided against that. I also didn't want to plug into a second extension cord on the ceiling either. Felt it would look tacky. So, I bought a 15 foot extension cord, cut the end off of it. I took the fan apart, and removed their cord(black), and replaced it with the 15 foot white cord. I also bought some small command strips to route the wire on the ceiling and down to the plug in the bunkhouse. I may replace that with wire molding if it looks too tacky. This will give me the fan in the doorway, pushing air from the living area into the bunk house. After seeing how this works, I may buy two more for the center of the bunkhouse, one facing each set of bunks. Going down over Memorial Day, so I plan on installing that, as well as the new AC vent cover. Instead of blowing in one direction as the Jayco version does, it rotates and blows in two directions. Going to be busy that weekend. Those two projects as well as my outside LED lighting. I bought a 16 foot power extension for that. Plan is to plug into one end, run it below the lights till centered over fridge vent on side. Bring it down to the fridge vent and inside where I will make my connections, then the power supply cord will come out and plug in at the outside outlet. My RF controller eye will peek out as well so I can use my remote. Probably won't get to washing the roof and the rest of the TT, but thats what the 12 days over the 4th of July can be used for.