Model # 90064

Internet #203209885

Hunter Ellipse Decorative Brushed Nickel Trim 100 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan with Bent Frosted Glass and Accents

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Ellipse Decorative Brushed Nickel Trim 100 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan with Bent Frosted Glass and Accents

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Product Overview

Hunter has brought beauty to the bathroom. Whether it's a design feature or blends into the ceiling, a bathroom fan is more than a quick way to keep the mirror from fogging. Hunter bathroom fans provide superior air movement to remove excess moisture.

  • Designed for Large Rooms
  • Bath fan with light kit
  • 5 Year Warranty
  • 100 cfm
  • Ceiling Opening: 9 in. x 9.75 in.
  • Ultra quiet technology

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Brand Hunter Hunter Home Netwerks Hunter
Ratings (14) (12) (198) (29)
Ceiling or Wall Installation Ceiling Ceiling Ceiling Ceiling
Bath Fan Features Decorative,Light Decorative,Light,Nightlight Decorative,Light,Nightlight Decorative,Light,Nightlight
Housing Length (in.) 11.88 9.25 13.19
Maximum Room Size (sq. ft.) 65 95 90 84
Housing Width (in.) 7.79 9.25 8.92
Fan Sound Level (Sones) 1.5 2.5 1.2 3.0
Air Volume (CFM) 70 100 90 110
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Customer Questions & Answers

Does this take a fluorescent or incandescent? What is the 'night light' mentioned in another question?

Asked by: Anonymous
I have to revise yesterdays answer as to whether this unit has a Night Light. Yes it does- sorry! It has Night Light capability but you don't have to use it by simply not wiring it up that way, or just leave the night light bulb out of it. Personally I would go ahead and wire it up so later down the road it could be used . It'll be a pain getting to the wires later after you've put this all together, so I'd do it complete and be done with it. Just keep in mind the Wall Switch will need it's own toggle switch to turn on/off just the Night Light. Hope this clears up that subject.
Answered by: HomeriteHandyman
Date published: 2015-11-07

since this unit is intended to replace a builder grade unit, can it be attached to a 3" vent?

Asked by: Anonymous
HD116 is incorrect- don't do it. Do not use this fan on a 3" duct vent. Building Codes on most, if not all, vents require 4" ducting. The Hunter Owners Manual says to connect to a 4" Duct. Reducing the 4" Duct to a 3" duct vent will reduce the amount of moist bathroom air you're trying to pull out of the room. Try breathing through a straw and you get the idea. That being said, the reality is you can in fact do this but you limit the efficiency of the fan. It's hard on the motor and reduces the CFMs. When a building inspector catches this (selling the house, reappraisal, etc.) you'll have to bring it up to code. You may as well do it right. I personally hate rework. Do it right the first time...
Answered by: HomeriteHandyman
Date published: 2015-11-07

Can I mount it in my shower area?

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes you can. The Hunter website says "For use over Shower". The only thing to watch for is the GFCI requirement when you supply electrical power to it. Electricity loves water (and anything standing in it) so make sure a licensed Electrician installs it with a GFCI. Page 2 paragraph 7 of the Hunter Owner’s Manual says " If this unit is to be installed over a tub or shower, it must be marked as appropriate for the application and be connected to a GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) – protected branch circuit.". Personally I wouldn't do it because this unit is known to have rust issues on the outside trim piece that the glass/light cover is part of. Putting this fan in such a "wet" environment will cause rust to appear very quickly. A fan (this one) I'm presently working on is not in the Shower but in the middle of the Bathroom and the trim cover has rust all around the trim frame. It's about 5 years old and not pretty anymore.
Answered by: HomeriteHandyman
Date published: 2015-11-07

need more light

I have this light in a 10 by 5 bath and it does not give off enough light. Is there another bulb that will give more light than the 2 13W CFL"s
Asked by: Anonymous
The reality is CFLs are notorious for not putting out as much light as a regular old school incandescent lights. So your answer is: put in a larger CFL bulb (that doesn't touch the Glass Light cover- say 18 or 23 CFL Watt) and you'll be much happier. Use a 5000 Kelvin "Natural Light" color spectrum CFL light bulb and it'll look even brighter than the 2500 Kelvin "soft white" light. Yes your losing the efficiency aspect of saving energy (60 incandescent watts down to 13 CFL watts) if you use a higher wattage CFL bulb but the fixture was designed for 2 each 60 watt incandescent bulbs. If more light is your tradeoff than by all means put in a larger CFL. Just don't let the CFL bulb touch anything (glass, metal frame/housing, etc.) and you'll be perfectly fine. The long answer is: Technically you could use 2 each 60 watt CFL bulbs but they would be very huge and never fit in the same space the 60 watt incandescent bulb would. A 60 watt CFL bulb would be about 3 times bigger than the incandescent brother. The fixture doesn't care what physical "size" bulb you put in it, it cares about the watts. Obviously the size of the bulb is limited to the design of the fixture where the light bulb goes. All it cares is that you max out at 60 watts of electricity for each bulb. Try a pair of 18 Watt CFLs and you'll be much happier since it will fit nicely in the glass cover and give a little more light than the 13 watt CFL. A 23 watt CFL may be too big to fit, maybe not? If you use the 18 watt CFL you're still saving 42 watts compared to the older 60 incandescent so you're still saving energy. Get more light on the subject and enjoy.
Answered by: HomeriteHandyman
Date published: 2015-11-07
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