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Hampton Bay 140 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan

Discontinued Hampton Bay

140 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan

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Product Overview

The Hampton Bay 140 CFM Exhaust Fan with Light will reduce moisture in your bathroom to help prevent mildew while running at 1.1 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 fan offers a low-profile grille style for an attractive look.

  • 140 CFM
  • 1.1 sones
  • Manages moisture
  • Uses 2 GU24 CFL bulbs (included)
  • Low-profile grille styling for an attractive look
  • Energy star qualified to meet or exceed federal guidelines for energy efficiency for year-round energy and money savings
  • Recessed mounting style for ceiling installation
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Name Signature Series 80 CFM Humidity Sensing Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan 140 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan Signature Series 80 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan with Light 130 CFM Ceiling Single Speed Motion Sensing Bathroom Exhaust Fan
Brand Delta Breez Hampton Bay Delta Breez Air King
Ratings (27) (15) (2) (1)
Ceiling or Wall Installation Ceiling
Housing Length (in.) 9.68 12 9.68 12.875
Maximum Room Size (sq. ft.) 80 140 80 130
Housing Width (in.) 9.68 12 9.68 12.75
Fan Sound Level (Sones) 0.3 1.1 0.3 0.4
Features Humidity Sensing Light,Nightlight Light,Nightlight Motion Sensing,Timer
Air Volume (CFM) 80 140 80 130
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Housing Length (in.)
Housing Width (in.)
Maximum Room Size (sq. ft.)
Product Height (in.)
Product Length (in.)
Product Width (in.)


Air Volume (CFM)
Bulb(s) Included
Ceiling or Wall Installation
Color Family
Fan Sound Level (Sones)
Housing Material
Light Bulb
Installation Type
Mount Type
Mounting Style
Number of Bulbs Required
Product Weight (lb.)
Recommended Bulb Type
GU24 CFL bulb
Wattage (watts)

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
1-UL Listed,HVI Certified
Manufacturer Warranty
Three Year Limited Warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers

How do I install this?

I purchased this several months ago only to open it recently, finding it had been a return. whoever returned it took out the manual or instructions, so any help would be great.
Asked by: Estill
This was one was a challenge WITH the manual. I recommend you return it unless you are installing with good access above.
Answered by: really
Date published: 2015-09-20
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Customer Reviews

140 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Needed to move more air out of the bathroom I have two boys which take adavnatage of our tankless water heater. The smaller Nutone fan/light could not evacuate the moist air fast enough nor keep up with their long showers. I had water droplets running down the far wall from the humidity. So I went to HD to try and fix the issue. This was the biggest light/fan combo (as far as CFM) on the shelf so I took it home with me. The unit is nearly twice the height of the nutone I was replacing. The unit is a bit heavy as well. I did not hook up the night light since my original fan only had two lines running to the unit. The fan is actually more quiet than the small 50 CFM Nutone unit. The unit did come with two light bulbs but it does NOT come with the night light (if you want to use that feature, pick it up before you leave HD). As far as getting the moisture out of the room...I'm a bit disappointed. It definetly moved more hot air than the smaller Nutone but I was hoping the unit would keep the mirror from totally fogging up. My shower head is rated at 2.5GPM and the room is approx 6 X 12 so it is actually oversized for the room. I have a short straight shot vent pipe to the roof. Total vent length is less than 4FT. So, to summ it up: - Nice lighting (the two bulbs are included, but not the nightlight) - The fan is quiet, very happy about the noise level - The fan does move more hot air than my previous unit rated at 50 CFM Maybe my expectations were a bit too high...or my shower head with tankless water heater is just too much to handle (there is not an outside window in this bathroom). The picture shows the Nutone (smaller unit) and this unit.
Date published: 2012-10-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from installation nightmare I bought two of these fans. One was very quiet and the other very noisy. In the process of exchanging that one. This fan will frustrate you with the mounting issues. The reviewer cuisinartoh described most of the design problems to a tee. Here are some more. None of the installation photos in the instructions show an installation that can actually be done with existing drywall in. The short front mounting rail is even worse than the back ones that you have to bend. The front rail is over an inch too long to mount the fan flush against a joist on that side because it hits against the exhaust vent. You will have to cut the rail or mount the other side of a fan against a joist. The screws that keep the mounts from sliding and rattling won't thread. They are too short to get 1 full turn and pop out. I ended up not using any of the rails. I put 4 screws in from the bottom, 1 side to a joist and added a piece of 2x4 to the joist on the other side. The actual fan that wasn't defective is quiet and they are both powerful.
Date published: 2013-02-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very quiet! I had a pro install this, so I don't know if there were any difficulties there. This fan is super-quiet and works very well. This bath is at the intersection of two bedrooms, so there is a smoke detector there. With my old fan, if the bather opened the door too soon after the shower, the smoke detector would go off. I have not had this problem with this model and the times I have used the guest bath, it has kept the mirror steam-free. I had a timer installed with it so I would not have problems with it being left on. I now want this timer on the fan in my other bath! Very easy to do.
Date published: 2014-01-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not sure what is wrong with the other reviewers Great fan for the $$$ as long as you understand the few issues. I'm not sure what the other reviewers were missing about installing it in sheet rock. The directions were very poor but this is not rocket science. If your installing this in existing sheet rock you must remove the 3 screws that hold the fan side metal outlet and power entry to the main fan. You then wire that and attach the duct work. Slide that in the hole then slide the rest of the fan it. It will click together and you can put the three screws back in. Easy as pie. Then use 4 long screws to attach it to the studs. Ideally you cut the sheet rock along one stud then build out the next stud with short pieces of 2x4 and sheet rock screws so it fits both sides. I had the whole thing wired and in no time. The problem is only that the directions don't explain how to remove the side metal first and build out the studs. Apparently this was not obvious to other reviewers. That said this fan does have some issues. The directions are worthless. The supplied screws are not stout enough and the screw head was too small. 4 sheet rock screws cured that. I like the dual lights (2 13W florescent and 1 night night light) but the supplied wire nuts were worthless. The fan may be rated at 140CFM and 1.5 sons but my other fan moves more air and is quieter and has a lower CFM rating and the ame sons rating. For the price it is great. My other fan was much more $$$ than this one.
Date published: 2013-11-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Installation nightmare!! They should state in instructions, how to take off side plate. Worst design on installation i have ever seen!! There is no need for flanges, not to mention that they say it should be under sheetrock. And why would they put the electric box so close to the bottom of the unit. Other fans , simple installation, cut a hole with two sliding brackets that are attached to fan, 8 screws and its done. Once tested by my dad, who i installed it for, he was happy withthe exhausting power of the unit.
Date published: 2014-02-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice unit but installation was painful and instructions useless. It's quiet and moves a lot of air which is nice. I thought it would be an hour project to install, boy was I wrong. I fought with this thing for 4 hours and it's still not great. The instructions are basically useless, but if you have half a brain you can figure it out. The metal bars for attaching to the studs are useless as mentioned before. The screws are too short. This unit has no provisions what-so-ever for mounting in existing Sheetrock. You can use the for slotted holes on the flange and screw up into a backer, but then you can't use the spring clips that hold the lens on. I don't know why they even put them on in the first place since they tell you to screw the cover onto the unit, which also doesn't work because the screws aren't self tapping. Anyway, it's a nice unit but very poorly thought out and lacks some finishing touches and details. Now that I have it half installed, I need to take it out and re-think. I'm going to have to re-sheetrock the old hole (from the unit I am replacing) and start from scratch. I think I am going to use a 1/2" plywood backing for the sheetrock to provide a mounting surface and recess the flange. At least I have access to my attic so it isn't quite such a pain to work on.
Date published: 2013-09-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst Purchase Ever Installing this Exhaust fan was a complete nightmare. Do not use the brackets. The brackets are junk. Worst design I have ever seen. They are impossible to install. I ended up having to rip out a hole in the ceiling that was 24" square to install the brackets. Even then the brackets were impossible to install. I ended up throwing the brackets away. Your best bet would be to purchase an 8ft 2x8 and build a 10.5 x 22” inch rectangle like I did. Then you can easily mount the fan using the four holes at the bottom. If you don't want to choose this option then take it back to home depot and thank me later. I spent 12 hours installing this fan. Now I have to fix the huge hole with dry wall which will be another 1-3 hours work ahead of me. I could not recommend this exhaust fan to my worst enemy.
Date published: 2013-10-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pain to install, very effective once it's installed. Other reviews are correct installing this product is a PAIN. The instructions are pretty much worthless, and if you have drywall/cement board/plaster up already maybe a different fan would be a better choice. Seems like a few simple changes to the design could have made it easier to install in already finished rooms. As another reviewer said, if you don't have attic access on the other side of where the fan is going, go find something else, this fan is, in it's current design, is not going to be to be installable. Lights are a nice touch, but really only got this model with the lights because it was the same prices as the one without... perhaps some day I'll rewire the bathroom to have the lights tigger separately from the fan... and hook up the night light. It did come with bulbs, for me unlike what another reviewer stated.
Date published: 2013-09-21
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