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Old 06-24-2010, 08:38 PM   #1
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I have an Argosy with two roof vents. Both crank up and the lid stays parallel to the roof (not hinged from one side). One of the units has a fan motor on two cross bars; not sure if this is original or an FM (field modification).

In any event, I want to replace the fan itself without the expense of a new Fantastic or Maxx Aire this year (we need a new awning).

Can anyone recommend a 12V quiet fan? Can be single speed and doesn't have to be reversable since it is a short term replacement.
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Does this seem logical to anyone who has this fan? I need to find the proper blade as well.

510228 old SKU3199 - This vent motor is the replacement motor for older Airstream Galley and Overhead vent. We are unable to provide a list of all the units it might fit in. However we know it is a lot. You may take the old one out and compair by picture.It is a Fasco 2807-404-043 Your Model number might be 287-043 to 046 but it will still work.
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Does this seem logical to anyone who has this fan? I need to find the proper blade as well.

510228 old SKU3199 - This vent motor is the replacement motor for older Airstream Galley and Overhead vent. We are unable to provide a list of all the units it might fit in. However we know it is a lot. You may take the old one out and compair by picture.It is a Fasco 2807-404-043 Your Model number might be 287-043 to 046 but it will still work.
That is the motor. I think the same place you got that picture has the fan blade.

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