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Old 02-18-2019, 12:25 PM   #41
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There was another keystone owner near us that got these and they didn't lay flush as expected. Did you have any trouble mounting yours to your existing fan? I hate to have to drill and be sprawled out on the roof anymore than I need to be.
I did not have any trouble mounting mine to any of the 3 vent covers I installed them over. The only one that has a fan is in the bathroom and it works great during my camping season (April-October). It has been my experience that the colder it is outside, the more condensation we have inside. You are getting some great advice and I hope you're able to solve your issue soon.
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Old 02-21-2019, 11:41 AM   #42
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Electrical Problem::
I have a Keystone Fifth wheel model 3791. I had a problem with my electrical pluglet where the my power cable plugs into the camper . First I notice that the plug got really hot started to melt. Thinking it was just the plug I replace it. Camp for a couple of month and we had a big problem. Our washer shorted out and smoke filled the room, I cut off all of the breaker to investigate the problem. I had figured out that I had smoke the control board on the washer. Further investigation I check the plug again to make sure that I had a good connection ,but I did not. I took everything apart and found out the Pluglet on the camper the terminal got real hot the neutral wire terminal was never tight from the factory. So when I lost the neutral it back fed and smoke the control board in the washer and also the vacuum system that is all that I can find so far. You can look at the pluglet on the camper and check the prong to see if there are loose, if they are I would remove the 4 screws to check the terminal connection. I hope this help some else in the future. Happy camping!!!!
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