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Model 682

Internet #202905939

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Duct Free 0 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Fan

$45.96 /each
  • Circulates air in variety of rooms
  • Durably constructed
  • Installs easily

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The 682 Ductless Ceiling/Wall Fan processes air to eliminate odors where ductwork is impossible or impractical. It is an easy to install solution for half baths or where humidity isn't a concern. Included is a long lasting, easy to replace charcoal filter. The easy snap-in mounting makes for a fast and simple installation.

  • Patented snap-in mounting saves time and money
  • Long-lasting activated charcoal filter - easy to replace
  • Torsion spring grille mounting - no tools required
  • White, polymeric grille blends well with any decor
  • Attractive, self-adjusting grille conceals fan interior
  • Plug-in, removable motor assembly
  • Motor assembly is easily removed for cleaning and service

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My inside cutout is 7.5 8.5 can I still use this fan?

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Inside housing measurement is about 71/4 x71/4" so you should have enough room depending on where you mount it and where your electrical wires come in. The snap on faceplate is 81/2 x81/2".
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April 21, 2016
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The rough-in size required is 7.25'' x 7.25''.
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April 21, 2016
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If you wish to install the Broan 682 Duct Free Fan, you will have to remove any current fan housing installed in the ceiling. The dimensions of the new housing are 7-1/8 x 7-1/8 inches. Based on your 7-1/2 x 8-1/2 inch opening, you will have to patch your ceiling to close the gaps between the housing and your cut out. If you have any other questions regarding installation of this unit, please call Read More
If you wish to install the Broan 682 Duct Free Fan, you will have to remove any current fan housing installed in the ceiling. The dimensions of the new housing are 7-1/8 x 7-1/8 inches. Based on your 7-1/2 x 8-1/2 inch opening, you will have to patch your ceiling to close the gaps between the housing and your cut out. If you have any other questions regarding installation of this unit, please call Technical Support at 1-800-637-1453. Read Less
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Can this be used to remove humidity from a basement shower?

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Since ours is in a half bath, I don't know for sure, but in the description it does not claim to remove humidity.
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No, it is non-venting and will not remove humidity. Air goes back into same space it was drawn from. The charcoal filter is relatively useless. Does not effectively remove smells from the recirculated air.
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December 30, 2013
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HI, Stan. Thank you for your question concerning this model. This model is designed to eliminate odors where ductwork is impossible or impractical to install. To remove humidity, you must have ductwork. This unit is designed to remove odors and to move air, but it will NOT remove humidity. If you have a shower and humidity is an issue, then you need to install a ducted unit. If you have further questions Read More
HI, Stan. Thank you for your question concerning this model. This model is designed to eliminate odors where ductwork is impossible or impractical to install. To remove humidity, you must have ductwork. This unit is designed to remove odors and to move air, but it will NOT remove humidity. If you have a shower and humidity is an issue, then you need to install a ducted unit. If you have further questions and would like to talk with Customer Service or Technical Support, dial 888-336-3948 and they can assist. Thanks, again. Read Less
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Where can i find this product in Denver Colorado

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This was not available in our MI Home Depot, but we ordered it online. It arrived at our door in less time than was estimated.
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June 29, 2016
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This item can be ordered at the Special Order desk of your local Home Depot store. For additional assistance, please contact our Customer Service Department at 888-336-3948.
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Can the mounting bracket be installed on the left or right side in the wall according to which stud I would atach it to ?

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I need to attach the mounting bracket on the stud in the wall on the left side of my existing opening - can it be installed on that side ?
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I attached my bracket on the left, but it can be used on either side or as a ceiling mount..
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April 1, 2016
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This unit is a non-duct unit. It does not have an exhaust on one side, so you can turn it to fit your installation. If you have further questions before you begine this project, just call us. Thank you.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It Works! This was purchased for a half bath we added to our existing home. We did not want to put an outside vent through our new roof, so this was an alternative. Surprisingly, this ventless fan does absorb bathroom odors very nicely. It is not noisy and fits very into the small space we installed it. It does not require the same amount of depth that a vented fan requires. Also, we were very happy to find it is made in the USA! July 14, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Old House new exhaust fan Didn't know such a fan existed when I half seriously plugged in the search for a duct free exhaust fan for our water closet. Getting rid of soffits that hid the ductwork for our previous fan allowed us to better enlarge our MB closet. It is not intended for venting steam from a shower; odors only. Glad it was available for our purposes. As with a regular exhaust fan, electric source is needed. It is a very basic and made with a medium weight plastic grid. Seems to do the job. Had an electrician install, although the hardest thing was removing old exhaust fan. February 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Exactly what we wanted We used this in the downstairs powder room. We could not use a vented fan but wanted the fan noise to give guests some privacy. This is just enough sound without being annoying. Just what we were looking for. February 4, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not a Good Purchase Makes some noise and moves a little air but not much else. I was installing this as a replacement using an existing opening. This was not taken into consideration in the design. To tip the unit in I had to enlarge one side of the opening but the cover is too small to completely cover the cut so now I get to add some drywall and paint. It is certainly not worth $50 (with tax), maybe half that. January 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Ouiet ductless fan I must have read the dimension wrong it was smaller than expected and required dry wall work. Added $80 to install. November 10, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by very cheap product, was already broken. the cover was broken when I got it out of the box, I had to glue the piece together because to return it and wait for a new one would have taken me too long. Very cheap filter, very cheap product. July 1, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Grill Cover broke during installation. Product was the only solution which worked for my situation. With no installed external vent or any way to install one, I had to replace the existing recirculating vent fan with a similar unit. This model is the only one I could find. The installation went OK but the grill cover is very flimsy and the spring would not hold the grill against the ceiling. In attempting to adjust the spings to provide more force to hold the grill against the ceiling, the spring on one of the vent fans broke where it is attached to the grill. I have had to order a new grill to install. Since I have not received the new part ( it is back ordered) I don't know if it is any better constructed than the original part was. March 19, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by You might as well just go without a fan I needed to replace an exhaust fan in a bathroom which was not vented to the outside. This product was complete trash because the carbon filter is only a few millimeters thick. You tell me how a carbon filter so thin will remove any bathroom odor? Wait, let me help you...IT WON"T!! unless you pass gas that smells like flowers, this exhaust fan will do nothing for you. April 14, 2015
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