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Broan 70 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Fan with Light and Heater
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70 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Fan with Light and Heater

  • Vents moisture in bathrooms up to 60 sq. ft.
  • Plug-in, permanently lubricated motor for easy installation
  • Fits with most décor styles
$63.48 /each

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Improve your bathroom with help from the Broan 70 CFM White Exhaust Fan with Light and Heater. The fan vents moisture in bathrooms up to 60 sq. ft. to help prevent mildew. It features one 1300-watt heater and uses one 100-watt light bulb (not included) for primary lighting. Its white grille helps add a clean, attractive look to your bathroom.

  • 70 CFM reduces moisture to help prevent mildew
  • 4 sones for quiet operation
  • Features 100-watt light (bulb not included)
  • 1,300-watt heater with metal blower wheel for efficient, even heating
  • White, polymeric grille provides a clean, attractive look with directional vanes for heat and exhaust
  • Steel housing for strength
  • UL listed and HVI-2100 certified for safety and reliability
  • Housing has adjustable mounting brackets that will span up to 24 in.
  • Pick the best air filters for your home. Check out our Buying Guide for helpful tips.

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Brand Broan NuTone Broan
Ratings (48) (140) (34) (27)
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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Doesn't the heat just get sucked out by the exhaust fan when they are both on?

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As a young person you learned heat rises and cool air settles, its no different here.Furthermore air circulation is not in a straight line, this is why your vents are shaped in the directions they are. So the long and short answer is NO.
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I think that the answers given, "no" and "yes" are both a bit black and white so I'd say this... the reason you have an exhaust fan is to pull the moisture out of the room because walls covered in moisture can lead to mold. Ceiling heater/exhaust fans attempt to minimize the heat loss but obviously there will be some.
Personally I take very short showers so using an exhaust fan isn't necessary but some Read More
I think that the answers given, "no" and "yes" are both a bit black and white so I'd say this... the reason you have an exhaust fan is to pull the moisture out of the room because walls covered in moisture can lead to mold. Ceiling heater/exhaust fans attempt to minimize the heat loss but obviously there will be some.
Personally I take very short showers so using an exhaust fan isn't necessary but some of my sons take l-o-n-g showers and the whole bathroom is drenched afterwards and it is very important to use the fan even if there is some heat loss. Read Less
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yes
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April 20, 2015
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This unit has two fans. The heater fan forces air into the room from one side of the grille and the exhaust fan is pulling air from the other side of the grille. You should not lose any heat if you have both the heater and exhaust vent running at the same time.
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what type light bulb

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Is there a certain type of 100 watt bulb?
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large base, wattage is your choice. Light is in an enclosed space, some light bulbs have a much shorter life if exposed to that. ANYWAY lets think here......fan......light......just purchase a paddle fan light bulb!!
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July 6, 2015
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Thank you for your question. You can us a regular 100 W incandescent bulb.
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July 3, 2015
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This takes a standard screw in bulb up to 100 watts.
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My apartment has a 15 Amp breaker. Will this unit be safe and operate correctly?
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I consulted an electrician and my breaker box is not up to code so the whole thing needs to be replaced. I'll sleep better with a pro doing this particular job.
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Need to read the instructions. If I start giving you piece meal requirements it will be like swiss cheese. More important is the kind/condition of wire that runs to the unit. Can it handle a 20 amp? Is your circuit breaker panel or fuse panel have sized for this?
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April 28, 2015
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No, it will not. The 655 required a 20 amp circuit.
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Does this unit require 2 switches, one for vent and another for heat?

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Think of a sink with the water on and the plug not in to hold the water in the sink. Likewise the heat comes out of the heater fan unit and is pulled right out of the room by the fan. Why bother turning it on? There is no provision for a pull chain or one could use one switch to power it up. Now comes to mind... how many pull chains are you going to need ? One for the light, one for the heat and one for Read More
Think of a sink with the water on and the plug not in to hold the water in the sink. Likewise the heat comes out of the heater fan unit and is pulled right out of the room by the fan. Why bother turning it on? There is no provision for a pull chain or one could use one switch to power it up. Now comes to mind... how many pull chains are you going to need ? One for the light, one for the heat and one for the vent fan. Great, now there is enough string hanging to look like cobwebs!
BEST is a timer of half hour to an hour on the vent fan and light. Just one off/on switch for the heat fan.
Remember to clean the vents as towel lint is going to plug up the screen. I place this unit more over the toilet than the center of the room. Consider the usage and if women with long hair exist then put the unit further away from tossing/drying hair.
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July 20, 2015
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The following switches work with this heater: 57W, 59W, 61W, 62W, 66W, 67W, 70TW, 71V, 72W, 269WL, 685WL, DH100W, and T24H. If you need assistance in determining which switch will best meet your needs, please contact our Technical Service Department at 800-637-1453.
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70 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Fan with Light and Heater is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 48.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Exact replacement My old exhaust fan's vent fan had given up the ghost, despite the fact that the heater fan and light worked just fine. This was an exact replacement for the original, including the sound level which could be lower.
Date published: 2016-08-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Parts fit right in older model Broan unit Fan, light and heater fit perfectly in older model box. Fan is louder than advertised otherwise 5 stars. Call company first; customer service was very, knowledgeable and helpful!
Date published: 2016-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The exhaust fan was not as loud as some folks have indicated here. Sure a high speed fan in a she... The exhaust fan was not as loud as some folks have indicated here. Sure a high speed fan in a sheet metal box will not be quiet, from both the fan sound and the metal vibrations - but it is not obtrusive. (Think of sitting in front of any old metal box fan.) I bought this unit to "replace" the guts of my existing Broan ceiling fan/heater/light. The modules were direct replacements, just unscrew/unplug the old modules and replace with the new modules (after wiping out the inside of the box). MUCH cheaper and easier than getting up in the attic to "refit" a new heater/fan box, then refinishing the bathroom ceiling to wrap around the new box. Will buy another one one of these units when the other bathroom unit fails.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I bought this to replace an existing unit that the heater had gone out in. It turned out to be t... I bought this to replace an existing unit that the heater had gone out in. It turned out to be the exact same unit that I already had, and there were three different units inside, all modular and plug and play. This allowed me to replace the heater of my existing unit without having to remove the existing box or change any of the wiring to the house- I just unplugged the heater, installed the new one and plugged it in to the existing base unit and the repair was complete. Had I had to have pulled the old unit out and replace it with this one, I am not sure that the renovation installation would be very easy to do, and may involve sheetrock work. For my particular repair, however, it was perfect and saved an enormous amount of time and effort! Thankfully some things are made JUST the way they used to be!
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from My old fan was identical to this one. Unfortunately, after about 15 years of use, the outside gr... My old fan was identical to this one. Unfortunately, after about 15 years of use, the outside grill and light lens cover were discolored to an undesirable light yellow color and the exhaust fan began to squeal loudly. I left the original housing in place and simply and easily swapped out the heater blower motor, exhaust fan motor, and light fixture. It looks great and works well. Just a little loud.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Replacement Was thrilled to find a direct replacement for the 1978 installation. No attic time for the 3. Just swapped them. The originals still running but, covers worn and craching. Hope the replacements last at long as the oriiginals.
Date published: 2016-07-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have used these Broan Heater / Fan / Light combos for well over a decade. I love them! They kee... I have used these Broan Heater / Fan / Light combos for well over a decade. I love them! They keep me toasty warm in the winter & the exhaust fan works great. The only reason I bought a replacement is we moved into a new house that had an older but identical version where only the heater didn't work. I HAVE to have my heater in the bathroom lol. I love Home Depot, they had this far better priced than Lowes, but I live 30 miles away from the nearest one so I placed the order here which was processed quickly & the item was shipped & received within 7 business days. I know some say the noise could be softer but I don't think it's too loud. My husband is hard of hearing & you know how kids can be so I want something that lets you know it's on so you don't go off & forget to turn it off. I prefer this model or any of the identical ones by Broan because not only is the quality & performance up to my high standards, I also like the seemingly, art deco detailing of the white facade, it looks equally as attractive whether it's in a 1920's themed bathroom, a traditional or modern bathroom.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from excellent product , built exactly the same as the one i put in my house in 1994......Perfect fit excellent product , built exactly the same as the one i put in my house in 1994......Perfect fit
Date published: 2017-01-06
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