Model # 2155A

Internet #100405673

Lasko 16 in. Electrically Reversible Window Fan
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Lasko

16 in. Electrically Reversible Window Fan

  • Produces great air flow
  • Operates quietly
  • Easy to adjust
$80.67 /each

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The LASKO 16 in. Electrically Reversible Window Fan circulates air through up to 3 rooms. The Storm Guard feature makes it possible to close the window behind the fan during inclement weather and for security when you're away. The fan fits windows ranging 26 1/2 to 34 1/2 inches wide, with openings up to 22 inches high and includes side expander panels for a custom fit. Electrically reversible motor changes air flow from intake to exhaust with the turn of a dial.

  • 3 speeds for a customized air flow level
  • Air circulation for powerful cooling
  • Circulates air through up to 3 rooms
  • Plastic housing provides durability and indoor use
  • Reverse the motor from intake to exhaust with a turn of the dial
  • Fan fits windows sized 26-1/2 in. L x 34-1/2 in. W x 22 in. H
  • Includes side expander panels for a custom fit
  • Storm Guard feature makes it possible to close the window behind the fan for security and protection against the weather
  • Lightweight and easy to mount
  • ETL Listed for product safety
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Are the fan blades and wire cage metal or plastic?

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The cage is metal, the frame is plastic. The blades are plastic as well, and they are failing after a years use.
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September 11, 2015
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fan blades are plastic
cage is metal.
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The fan blades and outside cage are plastic. The inside cage (which supports to motor) is metal. Other parts of the general housing is plastic ... don't jump up and down on it.
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They are plastic.on the outside facing part, and metal on the inside.
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The Fan Blades and the wire cage are made of plastic
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What is the Storm Feature?

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Some reviewers have said the storm feature allows the window to be closed when you want to close it. Does that mean the entire fan is not inside the open window; rather it is in front of the whole window frame?
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Cocoa, Florida
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November 23, 2015
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The storm feature is the ability to close the window with the fan in place. No need to remove the fan unless you want to clean it, etc.
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September 3, 2015
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When it is stormy, close the window. You can do that without removing the fan.
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The fan mounts to the side trim of the window just in front of the lower sash with the sash closed. Two screws go into the side trim on each side which the expander panels hook to. After mounting the fan can be removed by lifting an inch or so and pulling the expander panels in a bit. You may have to remove/alter the sash handle(s) in order to allow the sash to move smoothly up and down behind the fan. Read More
The fan mounts to the side trim of the window just in front of the lower sash with the sash closed. Two screws go into the side trim on each side which the expander panels hook to. After mounting the fan can be removed by lifting an inch or so and pulling the expander panels in a bit. You may have to remove/alter the sash handle(s) in order to allow the sash to move smoothly up and down behind the fan. If your window has an integrated handle all the way across, you can probably set the fan out far enough to allow the sash to move without removing the handle. Read Less
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May 22, 2015
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Please review the video located next to the images below the main item image. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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is the fan quite? do you have to screw into the window trim or molding

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NO
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The fan is not too loud on low and medium settings. The high setting is a little louder. I did not screw the fan into the window trim or molding. It rests on the window sill with the top window holding it in place.
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March 29, 2016
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This will get screwed on to the window. The full instructions are located on the products page.
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If I order online can I return to the store if I need to?

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A quick call to Home Depot will answer this question. I wonder if they read your question before sending it to me a customer?
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Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 420 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Under powered and flimsy This fan does not move much air, even on the "High" setting. It is nowhere comparable to a typical window fan! Additionally, the plastic side pieces are very flimsy. October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by best product really easy to assemble.. 2 way air circulation loved it. June 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great window fan! This a great window fan that really works! With the change of the controll, you can use the exhaust setting to draw the hot air out of the room and then use the fan setting to bring the cool air in. It does a great job of cooling the room too. On each side of the fan you can use the plastic sliders to fill the window space. One drawback is that the bolts don't always stay attached to the back and fall to the ground. I have had to go outside to retrieve more than once. Overall, it's a very good fan for the money! September 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Better than a box fan These fans are great because you can easily open and close the window with the fan mounted in place. The fan hooks onto 4 screws that you must install into the interior window trim. In the winter, it's easy to remove the fans by unhooking from the screws, leaving the screws in place for next year. September 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Ever Reversible Window Fan This is our third reversible Lasko window fan! Our 1898 story and half house has no central air, I so appreciate Home Depot offering this fan on line and shipping free with in a few days! I can bring cool air in at night in or pull hot air out during the dayt! I put one in the East Window and one in the West window upstairs, this is the best window fan I have ever had. I had one after years of use, die in the middle of summer, I called the Lasko company and they shipped me a new one by "air over night" at no extra charge, they work for years. I would never buy another brand or kind for window use except Lasko! Recommend very highly! You'll never regret buying one! Very Happy Customer In the Inland Northwest West August 16, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Good while it lasted! Bought end of Jan 2016. Fan was working well for 7 months and all of a sudden it stopped working. No clue as to how or why. Trying to call manufacturer to see if they will cover and will follow up on what happens. Home Depot has a 90 day return policy which has been exceeded in this case and they cannot help further. September 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by gets job done At the slow setting the noise is very low and you still get a good amount of air flow from it. It definitely made a difference from the other types smaller window fans. September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Wouldn't be home without it I've owned Lasko window fans all my 66 years, and there's nothing like intaking Fresh, cool air after a rain shower-better than Air-Conditioning! These fans uses to be All metal, now they're 50% plastic. Last summer, I had my 2008 fan & motor cleaned, lubed, assembled. But, the fixtures were metal, which screwed into plastic receivers. These receivers fatigued, cracked, and failed. All the maintenance was wasted. The fan, motor works, but has no foundation to place it in the window. I had to order another fan when the older fan was good for another +8 years. Will this new fan have metal receivers? JAY DONOHUE July 16, 2016
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