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Old 06-06-2016, 10:57 AM   #1
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Air Vent-23' 2006 Safari

In my 23' Safari there are 2 of the air vents for the drains. One is accessible through the rear storage, just unscrews like a light bulb. The other is for the bath vanity. That one also unscrews but there is less than a half-inch clearance between it and the vanity table. I can unscrew it but then it reaches the vanity and that's it.

The sink J pipe comes to a T. One way is down to the floor, the other up to the vent. I don't see any connections that can be loosened. Not much wiggle room in there.

I'm hoping someone has found an easy way to get this vent off without having to remove the entire vanity. Surely the AS folk wouldn't have engineered it so you have to take all of that out.
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I stand corrected, Air Stream help desk says I need to remove the entire vanity table top to replace the vent cap on the drain. Nice engineering implementation. Hot weather is coming, this will be put off for a while.
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