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Old 10-26-2015, 12:09 PM   #15
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I wouldn't override a safety device in this way, probably there to keep the motor from burning out, possibly igniting something, or just ruining the motor.

Like everything else in RV's, serves most of the people most of the time. If not adequate our particular use, then we have to install a heavier duty appliance. Or stay within the design parameters of the product. We do plenty of this, better tires, better seating, bedding, tongue jack, hitches, and operate our medium duty pickup within it's limits.
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Old 07-05-2016, 03:29 PM   #16
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Beraldi Range Hood Failure

Interesting to read a year old thread about same safety problem we're having today. 2016 FC25 bought two months ago. One burner and oven on fan stops. (Vent open). AS customer service guy said the galley is for "camp cooking" like one is not to use the range except for heating hotdogs. Told to take to a dealer which is a reasonable suggestion. However by passing the heat sensor does not resolve the fact that AS continues to use a fan not intended for their installation. The Beraldi owners manual states hood must be 30" min above range. Ours has 21" clearance.
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Old 08-16-2016, 11:14 AM   #17
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We are having same Baraldi fan problem. 2016 FC25. Use stove. Fan trips off. Has no pass worked for you
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Old 08-17-2016, 12:35 PM   #18
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The by-pass of the heat sensor has worked really well for us. The fan is working fine and it's been 9 months since we had the work around done. I use 3 burners all the time and have no problems.
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Old 08-23-2016, 03:38 PM   #19
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It is August 2016 and I am having the same problem with Baraldi vent fan. My problem is that it didn't come back on! Yes, the exterior flap is opened while cooking and the light works fine! If we except the work around and there are problems after warranty ends , then what? Airstream should replace the unit with another brand that does work no matter how many burners you use!!!


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Old 08-26-2016, 09:52 AM   #20
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Interesting to read a year old thread about same safety problem we're having today. 2016 FC25 bought two months ago. One burner and oven on fan stops. (Vent open). AS customer service guy said the galley is for "camp cooking" like one is not to use the range except for heating hotdogs. Told to take to a dealer which is a reasonable suggestion. However by passing the heat sensor does not resolve the fact that AS continues to use a fan not intended for their installation. The Beraldi owners manual states hood must be 30" min above range. Ours has 21" clearance.
Would you be so kind to post a picture of owners manual where it states the above? For some reason it was not included in my Airstream information.

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Wow, I was considering swapping out my clunky looking but reliable Ventline for the Baraldi. Guess I'll reconsider.

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