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Hello Everyone,

Out cleaning the roof of my TT today and noticed the covers/lids to my vents are becoming brittle and aged. I need to replace them. The problem is I am not sure what to get exactly. The vents are just the standard hand crank vents. No fans or anything like that.

How do I know what to get???? How do I know what kind/manufacturer of vents are in my trailer???

I think these lids might be the right one, but not sure. Clicky


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I find that PPL RV Parts and Accessories has about everything you need. If you can't identify it in their online catalog, talk to one of the sales or service persons there. They will make sure you get the right part.


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The key to lid replacement is getting the same type of hinge. Do you have a Camping World or RV Accessory store near you? Take the lid off at the hinge and bring it with you.


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Go to almost any Rv dealer, and they have universal replacement ones. You'll pay around fourteen bucks, plus or minus. When you get it home, match the hinge with the one you have.
It is a simple and inexpensive fix

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NanciL wrote:

Go to almost any Rv dealer, and they have universal replacement ones. You'll pay around fourteen bucks, plus or minus. When you get it home, match the hinge with the one you have.
It is a simple and inexpensive fix

Jack L


+1, you could also take it off and take it with you. They are pretty simple


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