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Lias

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    Winnebago Micro Warrior 1994
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    Arizona

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  1. Thanks for your reply. I swapped out again with original vent and found that the fan was defective. Returning and replacing with a Fantastic Fan 1250 instead.
  2. Hi I am trying to install a Maxxfan 4000k plus to replace original vent in bathroom (1994 winnebago). Everytime I try to connect it it blows the 15 fuse. When I disconnect and put new fuse without connecting fan the lights on its side work. Should I go up to 20 fuse ? I've replaced my lights with LEDs if that makes difference. I have original power converter too. I'm not electrician..just trying to DIY. Thanks in advance.
  3. Thanks for the info @Ctgriffi ! This is exactly what I needed as my 94 Warrior also went kaput. If you get a chance, post your picture. Cheers
  4. Thank you both jjrbus and DanAatTheCape for the feedback! I will take a look at the valve ( I had no idea about the fe/male threads) and try the easy check. I do appreciate your taking the time to write back. EDIT: I didn't check the washer either.
  5. Hi, the water inlet for hooking up a hose leaked all over during my last rv park stay and I'm pretty sure it's the original. I found this on Amazon and was thinking it should fit but was hoping someone on board would be able to confirm. The holes look in about the right spots. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005947Z3M/ref=ox_sc_sfl_title_4?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER Thank you!
  6. Would very much appreciate the write up and pictures if you already have them For some of us (me) this might not be so simple...
  7. When i bought my 94 MicroWarrior it had two tanks, the standard and an additional one which I think may also be 17 gals. The secondary feeds the generator. It's been really convenient, especially after having experienced an older '83 22' Lazy Daze which drank fuel like a beast and was built like a tank. I miss the sturdiness of that RV though and wish Lazy Daze would venture into shorter lengths again.
  8. Nice, I will look at that one too. And splice it to that little terminal adapter.
  9. The buck converter looks like a piece of candy to me - that or a lego. This part is definitely going to take more brain power to understand. Regarding size of tv, I'm thinking 19-22" or so. I was also thinking of one of those combo DVD units but that might be even harder to find as a regular tv. I will start looking at best buy now that I know what to look for.
  10. Thanks again for the lengthy explaination @Back East Don. I read through your info. twice - will probably need to read again to fully understand it but at least now I know how to tell if the electronic is 12v, look at the back and the Output. I've always looked back there but it's been jargon to me until now. And you used the lamp 2 conductor cable from the home depot to extend the 12v wiring so you could plug in your fan at multiple locations - using the ribbed part as the ground. That's cool - pun intended - and it seems pretty easy to do - except for the part about the DC section of your power center. Do you mean the box under (my) sofa with all the fuses? If so, do you just connect the cable to an unused fuse terminal? Is that how you add an extra 12v power outlet? Thanks for the pictures, they are very helpful.
  11. @Back East Don - I'm a bit clueless when it comes to knowing if something runs 12 volt like your Visio. How can you tell? Which model is it, did it have 12 volt/DC listed on the features list? Usually I only see the Naxa, Axess and Skyworth brands and I haven't read that many great reviews on them. I also don't quite understand how you use that plug from Amazon to connect to your O2 Cool fan especially when that plug portion doesn't look like it would fit in the 12 volt plug of an rv? I know I'm missing something really obvious. I think you are right on about having devices that run at 12 volts rather than 120 and an inverter. I just wish I understood this better.
  12. I think a generator is worthwhile - I wouldn't mind using it except for the fact that it is hella loud and I feel really bad running it when I have neighbors so I don't. That's why I'm interested in a quieter model like the Honda/Yamaha. Good to know about the replacement jets for higher elevations.
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