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Front dRim plastic grey (01-164)
Front dRim plastic grey (01-164)
Front dRim plastic grey (01-164)
Front dRim plastic grey (01-164)
Front dRim plastic grey (01-164)
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Front dRim plastic grey (01-164)
Front dRim plastic grey (01-164)
Front dRim plastic grey (01-164)
Front dRim plastic grey (01-164)
Front dRim plastic grey (01-164)
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Front dRim plastic grey (01-164)

Article number: 19402304


Brand: Air Roxy


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The plastic front is suitable as an innovation or can serve as a second front. The front can be easily clicked onto the bathroom extractor fan.

The front is only suitable for all types of bathroom extractor fans in the category "bathroom extractor fans design with interchangeable front".

Brand Air Roxy
Categorie Bathroom extractor fans interchangeable front for bathroom fan
GTIN 5902767169950
Manufacturer's item number 19402304
Article number 19402304

Specifications

Front width 175 mm
Front height 175 mm

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