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Old 12-31-2019
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Default Bathroom Exhaust Fan Needed

Greetings all. Im in search of a bathroom exhaust fan for our 99 LXi. The little on off switch is about to fall out. I don't see any way of repairing it so looking to replace it. I don't see a manufacturer or part number on the inside either. I have not been on the roof yet. Any suggestions? I have attached a picture as well. and please stay safe

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Is there any chance it is a Ventline VP-543?
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Is there any chance it is a Ventline VP-543?
Len it appears one of these may work if it isn't the exact match. This at least gives me something darn close if not the same. Thank you Sir! Greatly appreciated.

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Just replaced 2 OEM fans with the ventline 543 mentioned, they are nearly exact... but the holes in the roof don’t match, (8 vs 6). So be prepared to properly reseal the opening with no sag dicor/whatever you prefer.

Also don’t destroy internal trim flanges, my new ventline flanges weren’t half as long as the originals and I would have used the originals if they hadn’t been previously damaged.

When screwing the vent to the outside roof radius, might need to be cautious to not tweak the fan housing I screwed them down in a star pattern, like a tire, to keep pressure even and conform to the roof slowly. The fan blades and motor are small enough to no be bothered by this flex, nor the closure mechanism.

(Your roof may be nice and flat though... are the lxi still pretty thick solid metal shells? FC might be more forgiving)
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