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Norcold Refrigerator Roof Plastic Vent Cover 622293CBW

SKU: 622293CBW
Manufacturer part number: 622293CBW
This roof vent fits in any 5.25-inch x 24-inch cutout and only weighs 2.25 pounds, so it won’t weigh down your mobile lifestyle.

This roof vent from Norcold features a sleek polar white color and low-profile that will blend seamlessly with your RV camper’s exterior. It fits in any 5.25-inch x 24-inch cutout and only weighs 2.25 pounds, so it won’t weigh down your mobile lifestyle. Norcold is proud of its rich, near 60-year history, from humble beginnings, through periods of rapid growth, to today’s position of industry leadership. Norcold was founded in 1959 in California to manufacture and sell specialty refrigerators to the RV and Marine industries. As the recreational industry prospered, so did Norcold, rapidly growing from a small, family company to an industry “player” with unlimited potential. In early 1963, Norcold was acquired by the Stolle Corp., an Alcoa company, and greatly expanded its refrigerator lines. To better supply customers in the Midwest and accommodate rapid growth, Norcold moved to its current Sidney, Ohio, location in 1964 and began producing refrigerators there exclusively.

 

  • Low-profile plastic roof vent
  • Fits all Norcold models
  • Color: White
  • Cutout: 5.25” x 24”

This roof vent from Norcold features a sleek polar white color and low-profile that will blend seamlessly with your RV camper’s exterior. It fits in any 5.25-inch x 24-inch cutout and only weighs 2.25 pounds, so it won’t weigh down your mobile lifestyle. Norcold is proud of its rich, near 60-year history, from humble beginnings, through periods of rapid growth, to today’s position of industry leadership. Norcold was founded in 1959 in California to manufacture and sell specialty refrigerators to the RV and Marine industries. As the recreational industry prospered, so did Norcold, rapidly growing from a small, family company to an industry “player” with unlimited potential. In early 1963, Norcold was acquired by the Stolle Corp., an Alcoa company, and greatly expanded its refrigerator lines. To better supply customers in the Midwest and accommodate rapid growth, Norcold moved to its current Sidney, Ohio, location in 1964 and began producing refrigerators there exclusively.

 

  • Low-profile plastic roof vent
  • Fits all Norcold models
  • Color: White
  • Cutout: 5.25” x 24”
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