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Old 07-31-2013, 05:11 PM   #1
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Ventline Bathroom Fan

How far does the Ventline bathroom fan protrude from the exterior skin when fully opened?
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Old 07-31-2013, 06:55 PM   #2
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Mine measures 2.5 inches closed and 3 inches when opened.
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Thanks, I was afraid of that. I'm looking for something that sets fairly flush and only protrudes about an inch when open. I guess I'll just have to come up with something different.
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I've recommended this a couple of times before.

Nicro 3" Stainless Steel Minivent 1000 (made by Marineco).
3" Stainless Steel Minivent 1000 | Marinco

Low profile, and it's solar-powered, so no need to run wires for it. Protrudes less than 2 inches.
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Was intrigued by the vent and BOOKMARKED it (from my phone yeah got it figured out ((previous post)) finally). Where and in what application would you use this particular vent.
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Was intrigued by the vent and BOOKMARKED it (from my phone yeah got it figured out ((previous post)) finally). Where and in what application would you use this particular vent.
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It would make an excellent shower or bathroom vent.

But you could install one anywhere you're willing to drill a 3¾" hole through your roof. Especially good for when your trailer is in storage; as long as you have sunlight you can vent your trailer without using your house batteries at all.
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Thank you that type of product would work very good for us as it will be in storage a lot, its very hot here, with lots of sunshine and we would like to preserve whatever new finishes will be going into the trailer.
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I've recommended this a couple of times before.

Nicro 3" Stainless Steel Minivent 1000 (made by Marineco).
3" Stainless Steel Minivent 1000 | Marinco

Low profile, and it's solar-powered, so no need to run wires for it. Protrudes less than 2 inches.
Thanks for the link, the non solar may work. I am re-tasking the old stove vent outlet for the bathroom vent in the reconfiguration of my interior. There is little room under the old stove blister. I may just have to use a 12VDC muffin fan.
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