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Maintain your roof vents – even in winter

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While it may not seem such a critical item in winter, keeping your roof vents clean and fully operational is an RVer's "good thing."...

Maintain your RV roof vent – even in winter

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By Roger Danforth While it may not seem such a critical item in winter, keeping your roof vents clean and fully operational is an RVer's...

RV essential tools: Caulking accessories

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  By Chris Dougherty Chris Dougherty is a certified RV technician. Here is a piece he wrote while he was serving as RVtravel.com's technical editor. These...

Keep the warm air inside with a vent insulator

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  By Bob Difley RVs are meant to be used not just in summer and not just when it is warm and sunny. Achieving comfortable living...

Dometic to showcase new products at open house

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 By Bob DifleyThe Dometic Group announced that it will show its new 1400 model 12-volt fan powered vent at the 2016 Elkhart Open House...

When roof vent openers get cranky

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By Russ and Tiña De Maris The fateful day may come to you, fellow RVer, when your roof vent crank gets cranky. You turn and...

Are RV vent fans a good idea?

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Editor's note: Chris Dougherty is a certified RV technician. Dear Chris, I am in the process of buying a new trailer, and I was wondering if...

Roof vent fan helps keep RV air fresh

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Musty odors can accumulate when recreational vehicles are closed up. The MaxxFan Standard model ventilation fans from MaxxAir Ventilation Solutions, with reversible fan option,...

Leave roof vents open even in rain with MaxxAir covers

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By Chris Dougherty Certified RV Technician Imagine this: You are dry camping in the rain in July. Stuck in your RV, you can’t run the air...

Siphon vent removes sewer odors from inside RV

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You've heard of the venturi effect, and you likely know that there are people who make a life's work out of studying how wind...

Caulk tools: A must for RVers

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By Chris Dougherty Certified RV technician Okay, I know I harp on leaks a lot, but these tools are essential to help keep your RV leak...

Missing or damaged roof vent? “Spacey” suggestion to the rescue!

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By Russ and Tiña De Maris We recently told you about a video on using reflective emergency blankets. Reader Astrid Bierworth was quick to let...
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