Mustangjewelie
One good thing about the winter is it gives you time to think about what you'd like to change, and, if you aren't coming up with any ideas yourself, this forum will sure help! One poster helpfully detailed how they replaced a yellowed vent. (Thanks dwight.hughes!) I took a look, and, yep, mine was yellowed too. (Along with the outlet cover and door window trim.) Next I realized what a pain it was to put up the blinds each time for travel and how I didn't really care for the look all that much. Then I read about the range hood being removed. First I'd ever heard about that even being a possibility. (Idea from Mark Chatagnier) So after mulling through the processes, I set to work. Here are the results of a few of the projects.

yellowed vents.jpg  whitened.jpg 
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dining curtain.jpg 

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There is pink rigid foam, covered on all sides by tin flashing, filling the hole where the hood fan used to be.
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I think I will install a simple light that runs on its own batteries (just so I can operate a light without pulling battery power) to cover the hole where the wire came down for the hood. 
So, there's a few projects off the list. 'Course the list gets longer and longer the more I read on here! Ã°Å¸ËœÂ
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Dukeydrea
Love love it!!!!! What did you use for the white around the door?
I do have a question about removing the vent hood. We can not cook in our 195 with out that fan going. First because the smoke detector goes off  from the heat and also the propane smell. Maybe the picture does not show everything. 
Love the look thought.
Very inspired thanks
Andrea
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Mustangjewelie
Thanks Andrea! I just removed the trim for the door and spray painted it a gloss white. Krylon brand seems to work well in adhering to plastics. The layout of my trailer has the main high powered Maxx air fan almost directly above the cooktop that seems sufficient for removing the cooking heat. I try to do everything but my first-thing-in-the-morning coffee outside though (even before removing the hood) because those detectors are crazy sensitive!
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Dukeydrea
Oh, that makes it convenient . We do most of the cooking outside as well because of the smoke detector too. Lol
Thanks for sharing
Andrea
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