MaxxFan Standard 4000K

Catalog Item # 55476

Twin lifting arms mean no more lid fluttering in high winds or when driving.

Technical Specifications

12.15 lbs.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 5 reviews (5 Based on 5 Reviews)

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  • Power (1)
  • Circulates air well (1)
  • Quiet (1)
  • Visually attractive (1)

Very Good Fan

by Anonymous – July 10, 2012
5 out of 5 stars

I've been eyeing these fans for a while now, and finally committed to installing one on our 19 ft. travel trailer this summer. Ins

Nice features!

by Ned Bedinger – July 08, 2013
4 out of 5 stars

The MaxxAir 4000K is manual controls. It has several soft buttons and a lid knob, very convenient to use especially in areas whe

POWERFULL

by Anonymous – August 17, 2011
5 out of 5 stars

CAN THIS FAN MOVE AIR , UP GRADED FROM THE ORIGINAL (CONTRACTOR GRADE FAN) , HUGE DIFFERENCE , CANT FIGURE OUT WHY MAKERS DON'T DO

POWERFULL

by Anonymous – August 17, 2011
5 out of 5 stars

CAN THIS FAN MOVE AIR , UP GRADED FROM THE ORIGINAL (CONTRACTOR GRADE FAN) , HUGE DIFFERENCE , CANT FIGURE OUT WHY MAKERS DON'T

4000k

by Preston Petty – April 19, 2016
5 out of 5 stars

The 10 speed fan is easy to adjust with control panel Up/Down buttons. Easy to install. I run it bidirectional depending if I want

An opening of 14" x 14" is required in your roof to install this fan vent.
by Camping World – January 27, 2017
by Larry – March 06, 2016
I have lost both of the spindles (white spools) which keep the connection between the fan and the hatch inline with the arms that raise the hatch.
Please contact our Technical Service Group @ 800.622.6264(M-F, 8:00-7:00 CST) for assistance with replacement parts.
by Camping World – March 31, 2016
Difficulty will depend on how far away the closest 12V power source is. Some vents have a light fixture near that can be easily accessed, or may have the RV's electrical wiring routed nearby for use with a powered vent. 'Worst case' scenario is having to obtain additional wiring to lengthen leads while digging through the insulation to find a power source to tap into.
by Camping World – December 29, 2015

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