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Old 09-24-2017, 11:15 PM   #1
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Tips on a good 12v stove hood fan?

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Anyone have a good tip on a 12v fan option to vent my two burner range?
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Old 09-25-2017, 07:02 AM   #2
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I was not able to find a nice RV range hood in North America. They all looked like the kind of thing you get in a cheap apartment. I ended up buying a Camec range hood from Australia. Camec doesn't export to the US, but I found an eBay store that would.
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... I ended up buying a Camec range hood from Australia. Camec doesn't export to the US, but I found an eBay store that would.
Could you post a photograph after your installation?
..and perhaps a link of the model you went with.
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Could you post a photograph after your installation?
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Wow, that looks great. Nice work. Thanks for the tip Greatlys!
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Smile Try Kobe range hood

Hey! My original Baraldi broke down so I have been looking for a better quality Range hood just like you. I recently came across Kobe Range Hood. They shipped out the part the same day I ordered. Material was solid. Everything was made handcrafted with 18 gauge stainless steel, 2 LED lights. It was more quiet than my old one. I am liking it so far. I would recommend you look into it before getting one from another country.
http://www.koberangehoods.com/products/rv-range-hoods/

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