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Broan

Model # 659

Internet # 202905934

Store SO SKU # 1000316073

50 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Fan with Light and Heater

$105.18 /each

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Product Overview

The Broan 50 CFM White Exhaust Fan with Light and Heater ventilates your bathroom to help prevent mildew. The fan features quiet operation and 100-watt light capacity (bulb not included). The adjustable design of its 1,300-watt heater helps you direct the heat where you want it for versatile and convenient use.

  • 50 CFM moves air quickly to ventilate your bathroom
  • 2-1/2 sones for quiet operation
  • Vents moisture in bathrooms up to 45 sq. ft.
  • Features 100-watt light (not included) capacity
  • Includes one 1,300-watt heater with adjustable design to help you direct the heat
  • White grille for a clean, attractive look
  • Steel housing provides durability
  • 1-UL listed

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Specifications

Dimensions

Housing Length (in.) 
14.25 
Housing Width (in.) 
8.25 
Maximum Room Size (ft sq) 
45 
Product Height (in.) 
7.875 
Product Length (in.) 
16.75 
Product Width (in.) 
10.625 

Details

Air Volume (CFM) 
50 
Area Heated (Sq. Ft.) 
86 
Bath Fan Features 
Heater,Light 
Bulb(s) Included 
No 
Ceiling or Wall Installation 
Ceiling 
Color Family 
White 
Fan Sound Level (Sones) 
2.5 
Housing Material 
Steel 
Mounting Style 
Recessed 
Number of Bulbs Required 
Product Weight (lb.) 
11.08 lb 
Recommended Bulb Type 
Incandescent 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Wattage (watts) 
100 

Warranty / Certifications

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

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Can separate switches be installed for light, fan and heater? Thanks

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They sell a three in one switch for this unit only thing it does not have them marked what they are for . Wiring diagram shows how to wire with light on top switch fan in the middle heater on the bottom. Hope this helps
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June 25, 2014
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Yes, each device requires a separate switch.
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December 9, 2013
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Thank you for your question. The model 659 is a Heat/Vent/Light. All three functions can be wired to run together, or to run independently. You can also purchase on HomeDepot.com the switch, model 66W (white), or 66V (ivory). This is a three function switch, 20 AMPs maximum, that fits in a single-gang box. We would certainly advise you to have a licensed professional do the wiring if you are unfamiliar Read More
Thank you for your question. The model 659 is a Heat/Vent/Light. All three functions can be wired to run together, or to run independently. You can also purchase on HomeDepot.com the switch, model 66W (white), or 66V (ivory). This is a three function switch, 20 AMPs maximum, that fits in a single-gang box. We would certainly advise you to have a licensed professional do the wiring if you are unfamiliar with electrical installations. If you have further questions, just dial 888-336-3948 and our Customer Service Department will be happy to assist. Thanks, again. Read Less
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What guage of wire does the heater require?

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May 11, 2016
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14 gauge wire
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14awg cu
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What Is The Proper Exhaust/Supply Roof Cap For Venting?

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As I understand this product it pumps air OUT of the bath as an exhaust fan and it pumps air INTO the bath as a heater. If that is correct what type of venting works? It should be vented to the outside b/c one does not want to pump moist bath exhaust air into the attic space. One also does not want to draw air from the attic into the bath when using the heater. But when venting to the outside one would not want to use an open roof cap because in the winter cold air would come in freely and produce condensation and dripping into the bath. One would seemingly need a combination supply/exhaust roof cap with damper doors that allow air flow in both directions but doors that stay closed when the fan is completely off so that cold air doesn't easily come in. I cannot find such a product. Do they exist? If not, what sort of roof cap does one use for this fan? How does one prevent condensation problems? How does one properly vent it to the outside?
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I am answering this question myself because I already called about it. My assumption that the heater fan pulls in fresh air from the outside through the duct work was wrong. The heater fan only circulates air from the interior room (usually the bathroom) in which it is located right back into the same room. Therefore the duct work to the outdoors only works for the exhaust or ventilation function and an Read More
I am answering this question myself because I already called about it. My assumption that the heater fan pulls in fresh air from the outside through the duct work was wrong. The heater fan only circulates air from the interior room (usually the bathroom) in which it is located right back into the same room. Therefore the duct work to the outdoors only works for the exhaust or ventilation function and an ordinary exhaust type roof cap with a screen and a backdraft damper is all that is needed to end the exhaust duct. Read Less
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April 2, 2015
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Please call the Technical Support Department at 1-888-336-6151 for assistance with installation of this unit.
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can this fan be on a 15 amp circuit

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The fan requires a DEDICATED 15-amp circuit.
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January 11, 2013
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Provide a separate 15 AMP circuit. Use 14 GA.power cable of type which meets code.
ON www.broan.com you can downlown the install guide.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Operates as expected We remodeled our bathroom and decided to replace our 33 year old bathroom exhaust fan/heater/light combination as part of the remodel project. Honestly, it was not easy to find a combination unit that performed all three functions - fan, light, and heater. This unit was one of the few available. It functions as we would expect it to function. It is much quieter than our 33 year old fan. The heat it puts out warms the bathroom quickly. Our only complaint would be that the flipper built into the unit that connects to the roof exhaust vent makes a 'click, click' noise when the wind blows. This was quite annoying to hear when trying to get to sleep. We were able to fix that by installing a second flipper in the exhaust line that was closer to the roof. All said - we are very satisfied with this unit. April 29, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Had an issue with the fan - resolved quickly! We purchased the exhaust fan that was originally in our home, which is nearly 30 years old, it finally gave up on us. When had it professionally installed and shortly afterwards, the fan started rattling. We contacted Broan, who shipped us a replacement fan, which arrived very quickly. Replacing the fan was not as difficult as I thought was going to be. The exhaust fan works well now. We now have heat, fan, and light in our bathroom again. April 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works like a Swiss Watch Even though I had a unit that had a problem, you were prompt in coming to my rescue. That in itself would make be buy another one in the future. April 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by works Easy install make sure you get a switch it is not included. It is not loud have not needed the heater tried it to confirm it worked. Will update it the winter. It would be better if it came with switch the has function marked so guest could figure out what each switch was for. May 31, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Heater portion died in year 2 The exhaust part and light is fine but the heater portion was SO AMAZINGLY LOUD! One time it rattled so hard the cover came off and landed on my head. Today, two years later the heater portion just plain died. May 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Ok Only used for a few weeks but so far works fine. A bit louder than I expected( both vent fan and heater) March 17, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by decent product, inferior materials It took some studying to order the right replacement and assemble it seamlessly. Attic access necessary. Exhaust pipe is awkwardly positioned and required modification. Barely enough room for lightbulb. Manual is easy to read and clear. Excellent customer service from Broan. Fan looks good, but is made of much cheaper materials than the one it replaced. However, it seems to function as expected. December 15, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Takes a long time to put out heat I had a much older model of a Broan heater from 1973 and it put out way more heat much more quickly. December 31, 2015
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