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Old 02-25-2012, 07:09 PM   #11
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I installed MaxxAir's as well. In the bathroom just a cover as it already had a cheap fan. For the one in the living area I put in a TurboMaxx. That Turbo moves the air - I'd guess it changes the air in our trailer ever couple of minutes on high - never use anything but low. The point being, you could use that to ventilate out your trailer in no time flat. Here's a link to the one I got, but there are others: http://www.maxxair.com/turbo-maxx.html

One last thing I like about the TurboMaxx is that on the low setting it draws just over 1amp and still manages to move a lot of air. As be boondock a fair amount, the less power drawn, the better

Oh, and RVHiker is right - they really are an easy install. For the turbo I was lucky and found DC wires right next to the vent hole, so no need to run any new wire!

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Old 02-25-2012, 11:17 PM   #12
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Old 02-26-2012, 08:31 AM   #13
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Airing out a camper

[Chakara] I installed MaxxAir's as well. For the one in the living area I put in a TurboMaxx... you could use that to ventilate out your trailer in no time flat. Here's a link to the one I got, but there are others: http://www.maxxair.com/turbo-maxx.html

Thanks for the link Chakara. That turbo-maxx does look like a good one and I like that it fits over the existing vent w/out drilling holes. I hope our camper will have the DC wires for easy hookup also.
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Old 02-26-2012, 10:06 PM   #14
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We live in our trailer a lot and that new smell was gone in a couple of days.
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