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Old 04-04-2018, 16:14
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Default Replacing an extractor fan

Our manrose bathroom extractor fans have given up after 10 years but I am not sure what to replace them with. The model number no longer appears to be current and when we asked at b&q they said that the ones they sell are not suitable for caravans. There are lots of variations online so I am confused! The previous models where bemrose spe100aft. Many thanks.
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Old 04-04-2018, 16:18
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Worth trying online, Caravan Warehouse and others who specialise in caravan spares.
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Old 04-04-2018, 17:24
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I should think you need one with a short outlet spigot as the walls won't be very thick , the xpelair dx100 states it has a short one but I don't know the actual length .
The one you have does it switch on & off with the light switch , if so you don't want one with a timer or pull cord.
I am not at our van for a couple of weeks so can't give you make and model of mine. Try as Rainbow suggests.
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Old 05-04-2018, 12:11
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I had some trouble with one of my extractor fans after the winter close down last year it had seized up, I found a few drops of oil on the bearings got it back working, I have removed them both this year and oiled them both, makes them quieter as well.
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Old 07-04-2018, 16:27
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Worth trying online, Caravan Warehouse and others who specialise in caravan spares.
Good answer. I was just going to suggest the same.
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