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

  • 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
$79.86 /each

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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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Name 70 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Fan with Light and Heater 70 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Fan with Light and 1300-Watt Heater Heat-A-Vent 70 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Fan with 1300-Watt Heater 50 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Fan with Light and Heater
Brand Broan NuTone Broan
Ratings (35) (128) (30) (25)
Maximum Room Size (ft sq) 60 60 60 45
Bath Fan Features Heater,Light Heater,Light Heater Heater,Light
Fan Sound Level (Sones) 4.0 4.0 4.0 2.5
Housing Width (in.) 8.25 7.875 7.875 8.25
Ceiling or Wall Installation Ceiling Ceiling Ceiling Ceiling
Housing Length (in.) 8.375 14.625 14.625 14.25
Air Volume (CFM) 70 70 70 50
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Is there a way to turn on the heater in winter then turn it off during the summer?

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Having heat in your bathroom after coming out of the shower during the winter is nice, but taking a shower to cool off during a hot summer in Texas and coming out to a heated bathroom I dont think so, can you turn the heat on and off?
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August 21, 2016
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Yes. Each function, vent, light or heat has its own switch. You can elect to turn each on or off separately, at will.
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August 19, 2016
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Thank you for your interest in our model, 665RP. This is a three-function unit. Each function, the exhaust, the light, and the heater can be wired to it's own switch. We offer a three-function control on the Home Depot site, model 66W. This switch will fit in a single gang box. The only other option would be to cap off the function all together, but then why get a heat/vent/light combination unit? Read More
Thank you for your interest in our model, 665RP. This is a three-function unit. Each function, the exhaust, the light, and the heater can be wired to it's own switch. We offer a three-function control on the Home Depot site, model 66W. This switch will fit in a single gang box. The only other option would be to cap off the function all together, but then why get a heat/vent/light combination unit? If you have further questions, dial 888-336-3948 and talk to our Customer Service Department. Thanks, again. Read Less
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Yes, with a separate switch.
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The heater, exhaust, and light are all separate units. You can wire them independently on their own switches, and use them one at a time. I wired mine with each one going to an individual switch on a triple switch wall panel.
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August 18, 2016
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The functions of this bath exhaust fan can be switched separately so that each functions independently of the other.
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Wausau, WI
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August 18, 2016
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Mine has 3 wall switches. Light, vent and heater. I can turn whatever I want off or on, independent of one another. Heat does not come on with the light switch, if that's what you're thinking.
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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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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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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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Yes, and you can also unplug the heater unit inside the mounting box.
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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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Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 121 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by very good Heater works good. Light fixture gives off sufficient lumens. But noise level is high October 22, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Complicated install, but does the job The good points: Everything works and it doesn't make any buzzing or rattling noises. The Problems: The small triangular shaped corner for wiring can't possibly meet the minimum National Electrical Code specs of 2.25 cu. in per 12 ga. conductor, plus one more for the grounds, particularly if your plan is to bring the 20 amp dedicated home run into that tiny space as well. I had to screw an octagon box extender on the outside to make adequate room for wiring. Two, the vent blower discharge is out one end without the option of venting out the top. In tight quarters, this meant adapting a dryer vent close 90 to attach to the vent ducting. Three, the blower vent discharge adapter attaches to the shell by two very small molded clips. Doesn't stay attached for long. I used aluminum duct tape to secure and seal the whole assembly. September 27, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Very nice and quiet Contractors installed this ceiling exhaust fan in bathroom without any problems September 25, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great deal for the price This unit has been made for decades. Its a work horse that above average for a great price. September 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Exhaust fan,light, and heater 70 CPM Just installed yesterday. Was disappointed when the light fixture wasn't in box. But Home Depot gave no problem with resolving that problem. September 13, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Problematic quality control - heating unit Have tried two different copies of this unit. The heating element on each one (out of the box) had a broken ceramic hook such that the heating coil was loose/flopping around. Returned and am going with a different manufacturer. August 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mel Great price for all the options. Exactly what I was looking for. Easy to install. August 9, 2016
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
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