Hampton Bay 50 CFM Ceiling Bath Fan-TY-50-A(HD) - The Home Depot

Hampton Bay

Model # TY-50-A(HD)

Internet # 203011225

Store SKU # 986755

50 CFM Ceiling Bath Fan

Hampton Bay 50 CFM Ceiling Bath Fan

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$64.97 / each


Model # TY-50-A(HD)

Internet # 203011225

Store SKU # 986755

These ventilation fan models use a sirocco fan driven by a capacitor motor. The motor is designed to have an extended service life with reduced energy consumption. The blower uses a high-capacity sirocco fan developed to reduce the noise level. The grille covering the main body is a spring-loaded, quick-dismount type. A damper for preventing counter-flow is provided.

  • Very quiet
  • Low energy
  • High comprehensive performance
  • Long service life

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Assembled Depth (in.)  10.6 in  Assembled Height (in.)  10.6 in 
Assembled Width (in.)  7.75 in  Maximum Room Size (ft sq)  45 
Product Depth (in.)  8.1  Product Length (in.)  13.4 
Product Width (in.)  13.4 
Air Volume (CFM)  50  Ceiling or Wall Installation  Ceiling 
Color Family  Whites  Color Family  White 
Fan Sound Level (Sones)  0.5  Features  Fan Only 
Housing Material  Steel  Humidity Sensing  No 
Light  No  Maximum Air Volume (CFM)  50 
Motion Sensing  No  Mounting Style  Recessed 
Nightlight  No  Product Weight (lb.)  8.1 lb 
Remote Control  No  Returnable  90-Day 
Timer  No 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings  No Certifications or Listings  ENERGY STAR Certified  No 
Manufacturer Warranty  Three Year Limited Warranty 


Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It is quiet and effiicient. For a small bathroom, this was a big improvement. This is a replacement for a 35 year old unit. It did require upgrading to a 4" duct from the original 3" version. It was worth the effort. The fan actually removes the moist air and I have yet to have any condensation on the bathroom mirror after taking a shower. And, it is quiet. Based on its cost, I am my expectations were exceeded. Attached is a photo. I made this upgrade while in the process of a little remodel on the floor above. August 19, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Instructions worthless I installed this fan yesterday, it is extremely quite and a solid product. Why not 5 stars? The instructions are not just vague there down right confusing. If you buy this fan do yourself a favor and just toss the booklet and figure it out. This fan can also be installed from inside only. Cut 9 1/2 x 9 1/2 hole for fan. Unscrew duct bracket from fan housing, place this duct piece in ceiling and install duct line (4" hose clamp sperate purchase), wiring, and bracket to roof brace. Slide motor into place, reattach to duct bracket, screw main body to roof brace. Install grill to Y shape brace on motor housing. November 30, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Glad I got it it is extremely quiet. I had it professionally installed during a remodel so I don't know if it's easy to do oneself. February 25, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not recommended Quality gets a 5 because it appears to be well made. It is not strong enough to push through 15 feet of ducting however. Now I have to pull it back down and put up something stronger. This is very disappointing after the inadequate instructions they provided. January 25, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Consider reviews before purchase Perfect for a small bathroom next to a bedroom where you want to keep the fan quiet. The fan really is whisper quiet by itself and pushes a litlte over 50 CFM at the exhaust. Loses 1 star for being tough to install in a retrofit without tearing up the ceiling or going to the attic; downstairs bathroom retrofit, with no attic access (my case) was a challenge but doable without tearing out the ceiling. However, I was replacing a very cheap fan with a 3" duct and this one is 4" so I had to get a 4" -> 3" adapter and this doubled the noise level. Plus the backdraft damper ONLY FULLY OPENS WHEN USING A 4" duct so it only it only opens half way for me and adds more noise with the fan trying to prop it open half way. So both the duct narrowing + backdraft damper not opening, the fan is more like a 1.5 sone fan operating at around 30 CFM instead of a 0.5 sone fan operating at 50CFM - but that is not the fan's fault. The backdraft damper on the fan is fortunately gravity controlled with a removable weight; with the weight removed, the dampers stays open so I get 40-45 CFM at 1 sone when the fan is on but can potentially get cold outside backdraft into the bathroom when it is off. But the fan consumes only 20 W so it only costs around 75¢/month in electricity ... not a bad idea to leave it on all the time. Bottom line - if you have small bathroom and can run 4" smooth, straight ducting to the outside (maybe with just one bend or elbow) and are doing a new install (or don't mind patching up the ceiling afterward), this fan is a great buy. Outside of these conditions, your options for a 50 CFM 0.5 sone fan really start to narrow anyway and that is not the fault of the fan. February 9, 2015
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