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Model # 665RP

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70 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Fan with Light and 1300-Watt Heater

$79.86 /each
  • Ventilates rooms up to 60 sq. ft. in area
  • 70 CFM reduces moisture to prevent mildew growth
  • Fan-forced heating provides optimum performance in smaller space

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Product Overview

Get more out of your bath fan with the NuTone 70 CFM Bath Fan with Light and Heater. The fan evenly distributes warm air throughout the room for efficient heating, and the 100-Watt light fixture provides extra light where you need it. The included hanger bar locks it into position after securing the unit to the rafters, providing quick and confident installation.

  • White polymeric grille for a classic look
  • Designed for easy installation with 4-way adjustable hangar bars and mounting clips
  • 70 CFM helps to reduce moisture to prevent mildew
  • Operates at 4.0 sones
  • Built-in junction box with receptacles for simple plug-in of heater fan motor and light receptacle
  • Ventilates baths up to 65 sq. ft.
  • Uses one 100-Watt bulb concealed by a convenient light lens that snaps on and off
  • 1300-Watt heating element provides optimum performance in small spaces
  • UL listed and HVI-2100 certified for added safety and performance

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Specifications

Dimensions

Housing Length (in.) 
14.625 
Housing Width (in.) 
7.875 
Maximum Room Size (ft sq) 
60 
Product Height (in.) 
6.625 
Product Length (in.) 
16.25 
Product Width (in.) 
9.875 

Details

Air Volume (CFM) 
70 
Area Heated (Sq. Ft.) 
Bath Fan Features 
Heater,Light 
Bulb(s) Included 
No 
Ceiling or Wall Installation 
Ceiling 
Color Family 
White 
Duct Compatible Sizes 
4 in 
Fan Sound Level (Sones) 
4.0 
Housing Material 
Galvanized Steel 
Mounting Style 
Recessed 
Number of Bulbs Required 
Product Weight (lb.) 
10 lb 
Recommended Bulb Type 
100 watt incandescent 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Wattage (watts) 
100 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed,HVI Certified 
ENERGY STAR Certified 
No 
Manufacturer Warranty 
Limited one year 

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Can the incandesent bulb be replaced with an LED bulb?

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June 29, 2016
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Substitution of a self-ballasted Compact Florescent Lamp (CFL) or Light Emitting Diode (LED) for an incandescent bulb can be done if some critical guidelines are followed. Even by following these guidelines, the bulb may still have shorter than expected life or reduced light performance as not all bulbs are created equal. Please contact Customer Service at 888-336-3948 for a copy of the guidelines.
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Yes it can. Any incandescent bulb can be replaced with an LED bulb. I am currently running an LED bulb in this unit right now.
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Yes, I use an led bulb in mine.
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June 29, 2016
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Yes, a LED bulb with the same style or size base can be used in this fixture.
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Yes
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Yes. That's what I put in mine.
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On the description this fan is called an exhaust fan; however, on the box it says ventilation fan. Is there a difference?

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May 23, 2016
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There is not a difference. Exhausting air from the room is ventilating it, too. Thank you.
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The two words refer to exhaust, it exhausts air to another location and vent, it vents a room like a restroom or utility room or high humidity or noxious odor room. Both can be used to describe the function of the fan.
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Same thing... It has the vent, a heater & light as the description says. The vent & heater both work well. The light is a low wattage type that works great for late night bathroom trips without turning on the main bright light.
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This item has 2 fans. One for the heater and the other for the ventilation/exhaust fan. The ventilation/exhaust fan are the same thing. This fine extracts from the room and the exhaust is expelled through a ventilation tube that should be plumbed out your roof or your eaves. The heater fan blows heat into the room. Both of the fans can used at the same time to supply heat and ventilation/exhaust at the Read More
This item has 2 fans. One for the heater and the other for the ventilation/exhaust fan. The ventilation/exhaust fan are the same thing. This fine extracts from the room and the exhaust is expelled through a ventilation tube that should be plumbed out your roof or your eaves. The heater fan blows heat into the room. Both of the fans can used at the same time to supply heat and ventilation/exhaust at the same time. Read Less
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May 22, 2016
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Don't think so. It heats and exhausts plus a third switch for a light.
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No, simply a matter of terminology. This ventilation fan exhausts air from the room.
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I need a fan/light with these dimensions, but I do not need the heater. can I install without wiring the heater?

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May 2, 2016
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Yes, simply remove the decorative cover and unplug the heater unit wiring from it's socket.
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of course just disconnect the red wire from the red socket.
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August 24, 2015
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Since you do not need a heater, we would recommend you purchase the 668RP fan/light only. It has the same dimensions as the 665RP. For additional questions or installation assistance, please contact out Technical Service Department at 888-336-6151.
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Yes. All you have to do is not wire up the heater. You can easily remove it or leave it in.
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Sure can. No one says you have to run power to the heater, however I believe there is a similar model without the heater. Why not buy that for less?
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how to open to change light bulb

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June 27, 2016
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Gently squeeze tabs on lens and remove them from the slots in the grille and then pull straight down. You should then be able to change the light bulb.
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This particular lens cover has a tab on each of the long side of the lens. At the center of one of the long side, insert a small flat tip screw driver into the gap between the lens cover and the vent cover and push slightly towards the center of the lens. Once you have unlatched the tab pull down and the lens will come away from the fixture. To replace, insert one side of the lens and snap in the other Read More
This particular lens cover has a tab on each of the long side of the lens. At the center of one of the long side, insert a small flat tip screw driver into the gap between the lens cover and the vent cover and push slightly towards the center of the lens. Once you have unlatched the tab pull down and the lens will come away from the fixture. To replace, insert one side of the lens and snap in the other side. I hope this helps. Read Less
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The cover is removed by slightly squeezing the ends and pulling straight down.
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It's easy. The light bulb is housed in the center section of the unit. It has an opaque cover over it. The louvered areas on each side of the light are the heater and vent fan area. The cover is held up by a wide spot in the middle of the light cover which sits on the heater and vent sides. These wide spots actually sit on top of the louvers. So, you need to squeeze these wide points in to allow it to Read More
It's easy. The light bulb is housed in the center section of the unit. It has an opaque cover over it. The louvered areas on each side of the light are the heater and vent fan area. The cover is held up by a wide spot in the middle of the light cover which sits on the heater and vent sides. These wide spots actually sit on top of the louvers. So, you need to squeeze these wide points in to allow it to lower and come off. Take a flat blade screwdriver or a key and insert it in the middle of the light cover between the the light cover and the louvered section, gently prying the tip of the screwdriver toward the light cover. This has to be done far enough to unlatch the wide spot. The light cover should give way and you can pull the cover off. Make a note of the orientation of the light cover in the fixture so you know how to put it back. Now you have access to the bulb. Change the bulb. Take the light cover. orient it the way it came out and push it straight up into the fixture until it clicks back into place on both sides. Your done. Read Less
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 114 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Outstanding product I have owned NuTone Bathroom Heater for the past fifteen years. All that I have replaced is the heater portion, all other parts are originals. I will continue to replace parts if need to. April 26, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Economy unit I'm an electrical contractor. I install units like this often. I was forced to install this unit due to space restrictions in the framing. This unit has smaller dimensions than higher end units. It works, however it is a lot louder than other units. Especially the heater! LOUD!!! May 17, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by It's OK I bought this to replace a Nutone Model 665N that had been in use for 20 years. The Vent Fan Motor had just worn out. Still ran but had to be removed and lubricated often and was extremely noisy. Tried to buy the replacement part but was not available. The 665RP seems to be better than the old one but is noisier than I hoped. Thought in 20 years they would have come up with a way to make them whisper quiet. March 27, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Quality At A Budget Price. Being a budget priced item, I wasn't expecting too much, but this product is a bit better quality than its cost would lead one to assume. The build is acceptable with a mostly thin sheet metal construction, but is sturdy and very effective once installed. The finished installation has a pleasant appearance. Simple, Functional, and Effective. Installation is a little daunting as you would expect from any "embedded" installation, but since I was replacing the entire ceiling in my bathroom at the time, installing this product was the least of my headaches. Brackets install between two braces so if you are going to try and install into an existing ceiling it could be a little more tedious. But if that sounds a little to complex, then you should most likely hire someone to take care of the installation for you. Considering this device must be wired to the electrical system of your home, opting for professional installation is recommended anyway. I'm quite please with the product over all, and would recommend it for those that just need a basic item, want the best value for their money, and DON'T need all the glitz and purties of a overpriced show piece. October 20, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Noisy heater and fan I want to return this item, but my contractor tossed the box it came in. It is very loud so I don't think I'll use it as often as if it were quieter. March 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 5 stats great product Works great will recommend to others easy installation March 29, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worst purchase OF GARBARGE Very loud & dim light, DO NOT BUY IT! the worst light April 8, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by works like it should one of the few light / fan / heater combos we found, works nice but make sure you mount it firmly or you will get a vibration. March 22, 2016
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