Many motorhomes and caravans are fitted with an extractor fan above the cooker. Whilst this can be very useful in it’s own right, it may come with a slight drawback. During times of very windy weather, cold winds may enter the unit via the extractor fan. Generally speaking, there is no issue, but during our night stop at Dunkerque ferry terminal in November, in the high winds…..the opposite was true.
I had previously observed an Autotrail motorhome with a deflector, partially covering the extractor fan outlet. Investigations revealed this part was available from Autotrail, although in the end I was able to source one from elsewhere. The cosmetic appearance of the extractor outlet cover might not suit everyone, but I don’t think this is an issue.
The design of the motorhome extractor outlet cover would also allow for an cloth or a couple of carrier bags to be pushed into the cover during really severe weather.