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Hampton Bay 110 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan

Hampton Bay

110 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan

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The Hampton Bay110 CFM Exhaust Fan with Light will reduce moisture in your bathroom to help prevent mildew while running at 0.8 sones. The exhaust fan is designed to manage moisture in bathrooms as large as 140 sq. ft. Two GU24 CFL bulbs come with the fan for primary and nighttime lighting. The Energy Star-qualified and UL-listed fan offers a low-profile grille style for an attractive look.

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Name Signature 80 CFM Ceiling Bath Fan with Light QTX Series Very Quiet 80 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan with Light and Night Light, ENERGY STAR Qualified QTX Series Very Quiet 110 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan with Light and Night Light, ENERGY STAR Qualified 110 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan
Brand Delta Breez Hampton Bay
Ratings (2) (12) (18) (29)
Maximum Room Size (ft sq) 80 70 100 110
Bath Fan Features Light,Nightlight Light,Nightlight Light,Nightlight Light,Nightlight
Fan Sound Level (Sones) 0.3 0.3 0.7 0.8
Housing Width (in.) 9.68 11.375 11.375 12
Ceiling or Wall Installation Ceiling Ceiling Ceiling Ceiling
Housing Length (in.) 9.68 10.5 10.5 12
Air Volume (CFM) 80 80 110 110
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what dimeter size exhaust duct is required for this fan ?

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April 14, 2015
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6 inches
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The fan has a 6" duct which could be a problem with most applications, but you can purchase a 6" to 4" reducer in the same aisle for around $7.00.
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6 inch.
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This unit has a 4 inch diameter exhaust port. Standard flexible duct (plastic film with spiral wire) should slide over it.
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is this meant to be installed in existing ceilings

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it says in instructions that it shouldn't be mounted directly to bottom of joist, then it shows it being mounted to bottom of joists and says to tighten. Is this fixture really meant for existing ceilings with no access above, if so any tips on doing so.
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April 14, 2015
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You will need an adapter for the duct... typical is 4 in. this unit is 6in. which will make it difficult
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You can install it in an existing ceiling, but you really need access not just for the fan itself, but the exhaust so it can escape safely and properly.
Failure to do so can lead to moisture damage wherever the exhaust goes. This can mean mildew issues.
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Can this unit be installed in a bathroom that has a steam shower?

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Customer is worried about steam getting into unit cause mold above ceiling/sheetrock
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The fan is all galvanized or painted steel or plastic. it will not support mold growth. It has a 6" round outlet that will need to be ducted outdoors, via the roof or sidewall. All humidity will then be contained in the fan and the duct and be rapidly moved out of the house so there should be no way for mold to grow above the ceiling. Install a duct from the fan to outdoors and you'll have a mold-free Read More
The fan is all galvanized or painted steel or plastic. it will not support mold growth. It has a 6" round outlet that will need to be ducted outdoors, via the roof or sidewall. All humidity will then be contained in the fan and the duct and be rapidly moved out of the house so there should be no way for mold to grow above the ceiling. Install a duct from the fan to outdoors and you'll have a mold-free installation. Read Less
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Any bathroom shower generates water vapor; a steam shower just generates more. A ceiling fan should never discharge into the attic space above the bathroom, ducting should be installed to discharge the fan exhaust to the outside world; most commonly the duct is attached to a ridge vent. As long as a ridge vent is nearby, there is no obvious reason this fan can't vent a steam shower.
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what are the programing instructions for the programable exhaust fan

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There is no programmable control included with this fan.
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This fan is not programmable.
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Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 29 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by The light flickers, Not a good product The light flickers with feedback from the motor. It a a faulty design. Do not buy this product. November 21, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by DO NOT BUY I would give this product zero stars if I could. The instructions are terrible. Other than other reviews there is no place to tell that you cannot install this product in an existing ceiling space. Yes you can take the entire product apart and possibly get it in there, but I do not want a product like that. Fans break, this fan would be nearly impossible to replace down the road. Access is required above and below to get this fan in. Do yourself a favor, don't buy it or go return it. A piece of a junk. I am by no means an electrician or GC, but I have remodeled numerous houses on my own, and this is the only time I've come across such a bad exhaust fan. October 10, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Bathroom Fan Powerful and quiet -- I wanted clear mirrors when done showering and it does that. for sure! I bought two as I wanted to change out another bathroom fan as well. My bathrooms are maybe 6x10 and this fan will pull air under the door from other areas (and will pull the bathroom door shut if it is closed but not latched.) This is still good, but in winter it also is pulling heat from other part of house to then vent it outside. Also, the vent has a 6" vent outlet -- I fought that a little during my installation and had to buy a reducer to get to attach to my 4" wall vent . December 30, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Very Difficult to install I agree with other comments. Here are the issues I saw: 1) This is designed for new construction. Instructions state the flanges are to be anchored to bottom of joists. 2. You can't pop it into a pre-cut hole from below because of the exhaust opening and wiring box. 3. You will need to cut a gap between drywall and joist to slide the flange under the joist. 4. The "D" bracket won't allow you to flush mount against a joist. 5. "D" bracket is designed for a 6" joist. 6. All wire labels are designed to be read from below, not an attic. 7. The wood screws they provide are junk. Use your own drywall or decking screws. January 27, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Good value Purchased unit because it met our CFM's and noise requirements however, installation was complicated because exhaust from fan is 6 inches and had to install an adapter to reduce to 4 inches wish is the standard size for ducting. April 14, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Fan of the fan The price was fair, The 110 cfm fan is quiet and easy enough to install. April 28, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Quiet but very poor design This fan is quiet, works well. I do have to agree that it is designed for new construction. Have fun trying to take it back out to change it if it stops working. What's with the six inch hole, hope I never have to go back to 4". Electrically it was easy to install. I would definitely look at a different product if your looking to buy one. I would have taken it back if it wasn't such a timely trip to get to the store. Also, spring clips were attached that will not hold light and trim. Nothing about them in the instructions. August 3, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by super deal! found these fans on clearance rack and the deal was out of this world! Home Depot has made my complete home renovation very affordable with these kind of finds March 10, 2015
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