|Item Weight||16.96 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||25.5 x 19.5 x 11.9 inches|
|Item model number||00-05100K|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||00-05100K|
|Cover Included||MAXXAIR 00-05100K MaxxFan Deluxe - White|
Maxxair 00-05100K MaxxFan Ventillation Fan with White Lid and Manual Opening Keypad Control
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- It has controls at ceiling
- Built-in Rain shield
- 10 fan speeds; Intake and exhaust
- MaxxFan, a new, one-of-a kind ventilator system that protects your RV interior always in any weather rain or shine
- A complete all in one system that fits standard 14 inch x 14 inch
- Includes a powerful 3-speed fan
- Easy to remove interior insect screen, simply rotate four retaining knobs to remove for cleaning
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|Item Dimensions||25.50 x 19.50 x 11.90 inches||14.76 x 12.75 x 5.23 inches||1.50 x 5.80 x 8.50 inches||17.40 x 17.20 x 10.00 inches|
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The MaxxFan Deluxe is the only complete RV ventilation system that incorporates a vent, fan and rain shield in a single all in one unit. Twin lifting arms, no more lid fluttering in high winds or when driving. Features a powerful, fuse protected, Long life, sealed ball bearing, 12 volt fan motor and a 12" 10-blade fan. Flush mounted, easy to clean keypad controls fan speed, thermostat, air intake and/or exhaust functions. Fits all standard 14" x 14" roof openings, all mounting screws and hardware included. Roof sealant must be purchased separately.
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Now dealing with customer service; someone kill me now! They won't just swap out the damn thing so I can get on the roof once and be done with a replacement; they're making me do their troubleshooting for them part by part.
Make sure if you try to use their submission from online. If you hit send and there's an error what you put in the form isn't cached so you have to type the whole thing over.
And their voicemail system; designed to make you give up. There is only one option concerning warranty support and that's only for if you already have a warranty claim filed and it goes to some woman's phone that is never in the office.
Update: May 5, 2019
Support agreed to replace the parts. As you can see in the photo that's how many parts have to be removed to get the motor and PC board out of the fan. There are housing parts that must be removed as well, not shown. You also have to disconnect the power wires and unplug a line from the sensor to the PC board and another plug to the board itself. So you're looking at a couple of hours minimum repairing the fan and several days in between waiting on the parts to arrive.
Yes, they did honor the warranty and they are providing repair parts.
But, they could have sent the main housing that has all these parts installed and it would only take the removal and replacement of four screws and power line disconnect/reconnect. That would probably take about 15 minutes. How a company thinks this is quality customer service is beyond me.
I have another, older MaxxFan in the rear of the coach that needs replacing. I think I'm going to give another vendor a try for that one. Maybe a FanTastic Fan or something. I'm not providing financial support for AirExcel any more.
I installed this fan in a 1988 Coleman SunValley popup tent trailer with no existing fan. Lowered the inside temperature by more than 15 degrees than normal while running. Pulls less than 3 amps (high) and 0.6 amps (low) and is relatively quiet. The tight weave mesh screen adds noise at higher speeds due to air restriction but is tight enough to keep it gnats. Without the mesh, or using a wider mesh, makes this fan whisper quiet and insects can't fly in while in exhaust mode (simply lower vent when not in use)
Installation was very easy and was able to accommodate very thin roofs (cut to depth). I highly recommend buying Dicor self leveling lap sealant. One tube is enough for this installation with about two ounces to spare (out of ten ounces total). It takes a couple days to cure fully though, so install a week before expecting rain/travel to be safe.
Installation took much longer than what others had mentioned. I think it's because uninstalling the old fan and cleaning the trims can take much more effort on certain motorhomes than vans and trucks.
First thing I noticed is the quality difference between the original fan of the RV and this cheaply made plastic unit. The stock fan unit is constructed with sturdy metal frames and this fan is made of low quality plastics. Fan functionality may be an upgrade but it feels like a downgrade in quality.
Returned the fan and had it exchanged. The second one also began malfunctioning after working flawlessly for a day or two. I noticed the problem has to do with the control board and possibly with the thermostat. If you use the fan in relatively cooler areas, you may not experience this problem until you get to run the fan in hotter places.
After experiencing the same or very similar issues with two of the same units in a row, I suspected that this model or production line come with a design flaw that possibly the seller/company is even aware of - They don't provide warranty on those purchased from Amazon.
After returning the fans purchased from Amazon, I purchased another one of the same but from another website that specializes in RV parts. Basically the same fan but it was manufactured ln the later date/year and after a few weeks of use, it is still good.
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It does a very good job of circulating the air in the trailer, especially on hot days. The temperature setting is a great feature and is easy to set. Even with inclement weather, we can run this fan without issues.
With the right tools, this is a good DIY job.
You will have to climb onto your RV roof.
You will have to remove your old vent (putty and all).
You will have to trim the collar to fit your specific trailer.
You will have to hook up the fan to 12V power.
You will need to seal & waterproof the vent & screws on the roof.
This DIY project took us around 2 hours from start to finish.
La fonction de ventilation inversée est très appréciée.
Le module supérieur n'est pas à l'abri du vol lors que laissé ouvert car les vis sont visibles de l'extérieur.
La qualité du plastique est insuffisante pour le prix et parait un peu mince pour les rigueurs de l'hiver.
The fan is now installed, tested and performs as described. We would buy the Maxxair 00-05100K MaxxFan Ventillation Fan again from Canada Direct, subject to long term testing and use.
This unit moves a lot of air! open a couple windows on my tent trailer and the temperature is cooled down substantially in no time at all.
I agree with the other review that fastening the unit to the flange is difficult as i didn't want to push too hard on the vent cover to tighten the screws, but I got it done.
I spent more time cleaning up the surface from the old standard vent than I did actually installing this one.
Would recommend for those who like to keep air moving in their trailer/rv/van without worrying about rain.
The only hiccup in the install process is the new version of this fan comes with a rubber gasket in the slot in the mounting flange where the fan unit is inserted and secured. This gasket makes it quite difficult to press down on the fan to line up the mounting holes to secure the fan to the flange. I called technical support and they insisted it was easy to do. I heartily disagree, and so did the general contractor who helped me with the installation. We did eventually get the fan mounted as per the original instructions with the new gaskset left in place.