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Old 05-13-2019, 02:10 PM   #1
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Hi everyone,

I just call my locall RV store, I was looking for 2 parts for my Fun Finder X but it look difficult to have the right pars event if I have the model and years of fabrication of my Fun Finder. I would like to keep it as OEM as possible.

- First is the glass on the light under my awning.

- Second is the exit of my oven fan.

Look at the attachement.

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Old 05-15-2019, 09:39 PM   #2
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I have that same missing light cover and when I went to my local guy, he couldn't find an orange oval in any of his catalogs. So not I still have a coverless light, lol.
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Old 05-16-2019, 11:25 AM   #3
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The supplier for FF's lighting components was Command Electronics. Command Electronics. You may have to contact them directly as I don't see that light on their website.

The flaps for the exhaust vent are available on Amazon.
https://www.amazon.com/s?k=rv+stove+...l_7zt6uohwh1_e
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Old 10-26-2020, 10:14 PM   #4
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Wow..thanks for that link. I've been looking for a replacement cover for a few years! When not in use or motion, I've stuffed it with aluminum foil!!!
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Old 10-28-2020, 09:00 PM   #5
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I changed my outside light to a brighter and slightly larger rectangular amber LED one I found on Amazon. My original one always had contact problems at the bulb, drew a lot of current and didn't produce much light. It is a BIG improvement.

At the same time I replaced the light that is near the sewage connections with a clear rectangular LED light that had the ON/OFF switch. Again it is brighter, more reliable and draws less current.

They came with white plastic frames which I sprayed satin black to match the other fixtures on the FF.
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Old 10-29-2020, 07:50 AM   #6
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That amber exterior oval light .. humm ... have never used it but did turn it on once to see if it worked.
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We almost never use our porch light, but it has come in handy once or twice. We often boondock in very dark locations. And DW loves to go for long walks every evening after dinner.

When it is really, really foggy (which sometimes happens in the mountains), we have turned on the porch light as a "homing beacon" so that we can find the trailer!

It works. And just to be safe, we have the location of the trailer marked on our GPS app on our phones, in case it is so foggy that the porch light is not visible.
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Hi - I replaced the complete vent assembly on my 2012 210UDS. There is an option to replace just the vent door flapper, but it's extremely hard to do without removing the vent assembly (the hinge tabs tend to break off.) This is what I used: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
As for the light - I suggest buying a whole new light fixture, maybe upgrade to LED? They're not terribly expensive and finding just the lense (if you haven't found it yet) may be like finding a needle in a haystack.
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We almost never use our porch light, but it has come in handy once or twice. We often boondock in very dark locations. And DW loves to go for long walks every evening after dinner.

When it is really, really foggy (which sometimes happens in the mountains), we have turned on the porch light as a "homing beacon" so that we can find the trailer!

It works. And just to be safe, we have the location of the trailer marked on our GPS app on our phones, in case it is so foggy that the porch light is not visible.
I guess that DW must be your wife!
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Jimbo -- "DW" has become sort of RV slang for "darling wife." I'm not sure when that started, but I'm not the only one guilty of using that acronym.

And yes, I have seen "DH" used, too!
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I built a new plastic flap for my exhaust fan out of a piece of face sheild. Cant find more durable plastic then that stuff. Has been in service for 4 years and counting. Silverado
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