Camco RV and Enclosed Trailer Roof Vent Cover Manufacturer Review

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Manufacturer Review of the Camco RV and Enclosed Trailer Roof Vent Cover

Joe: Hello. My name is Joe with Camco. Today I'd like to talk to you about Camco's Vent Cover. Fresh air, circulation and ventilation is essential for your RV's cabin. With Camco's RV Vent Cover installed you'll be able to keep your vent open rain or shine. You can even keep it open while traveling down the road or in storage. Camco's Vent Cover installs easily to all standard vents and has features of other expensive vent covers at an affordable price.

The removable louvers on the back of the vent cover gives you easy access to your vent as well as making cleaning and maintenance a breeze. Camco's Vent Cover is available in several different colors. This offers you options on how much light is allowed in your RV as well as matching your coach's color. For installation you will need a pencil, a drill with a 3/16" big, Phillips head screw driver and a Crescent wrench. Center the Camco cover over roof vent with louvers facing the rear of the RV. Using your pencil mark the location of the slots in the side flange.

Lay a mounting bracket on your roof so the slot intersects one of the marked locations that are closest to the corners of the vent frame. Mark the location of the screw hole in the bracket onto the roof vent frame and drill through the frame using your 3/16" diameter drill bit. Place one of the carriage bolts up through the bracket slot and fasten the bracket to the roof vent frame using a #8 screw, washer, lock washer and nut which are provided for you. The washers and nuts will go on the inside of the vent frame. The other three brackets will be installed in the same way. Once all four of your brackets are installed place the vent cover over the four carriage bolts and attach with the 1/4" washers, lock washers and nuts.

Before you tighten it make sure the square heads of the carriage bolts are seated in the bracket slots to prevent them from turning. Do not over tighten. There will be a gap in between the vent and your RV's roof. This is normal and will help prevent condensation. The louvers at the rear of the cover are easily removable for cleaning the screen. Remove the two Phillips head screws and tilt the louvers away from the cover and lift out to remove.

Rinse the louvers and screen with a garden hose. To replace louvers put the three ears into the slots in the cover and attach the two screws being sure not to over tighten. .

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