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NuTone 100 CFM Ceiling Directionally Adjustable Exhaust Bath Fan with Light and 1500-Watt Heater
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NuTone

100 CFM Ceiling Directionally Adjustable Exhaust Bath Fan with Light and 1500-Watt Heater

  • Helps reduce bathroom moisture
  • Efficiently provides heat
  • Fits with most décor styles
$209.00 /each

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This energy-efficient NuTone 100 CFM Directionally Adjustable Bath Fan with Light and Heater can help you comfortably heat the bathroom in the morning without heating first the entire house. The units provide heat, light and exhaust fan power at the touch of a switch, and its 360 degree adjustable heat outlet helps you direct the heat exactly where you want it.

  • White polymeric grille matches most decors
  • Rugged galvanized steel housing stands up to moisture
  • Designed to be mounted in a flat ceiling only
  • 100 CFM reduces moisture to prevent mildew growth
  • Quiet operation at 2.0 sones for a relaxing enjoyable environment
  • Motor is engineered for continuous operation
  • Manages moisture in bathrooms up to 100 sq. ft.
  • Uses one 27-Watt fluorescent bulb for energy efficient illumination
  • 1500-Watt heater with 360 degree directionally adjustable design so heat ends up exactly where you want it
  • ENERGY STAR qualified to meet or exceed federal guidelines for energy efficiency for year-round energy and money savings
  • Suitable for use in insulated ceilings (type I.C.) for your convenience
  • 4 in. ducting and a perfect fit in 2 in. x 6 in. ceiling construction makes for an ideal choice in new or retrofit applications
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Brand NuTone Broan Panasonic NuTone
Ratings (66) (29) (84) (23)
Maximum Room Size (ft sq) 90 100 110 100
Bath Fan Features Heater,Light Heater,Light,Nightlight Heater,Light,Nightlight Heater,Light,Nightlight
Fan Sound Level (Sones) 2.0 0.9 0.7 0.9
Housing Width (in.) 10.25 11.375 11.25 11.325
Ceiling or Wall Installation Ceiling Ceiling Ceiling Ceiling
Housing Length (in.) 16 17.625 16 17.625
Air Volume (CFM) 100 110 110 110
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can these units be vented to the attic?

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April 12, 2012
I'm thinking of replacing a 30 year old nutone that is geting squeaking, and it's vented to the attic. I'm weighing replacing it or replacing just the motors.
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December 25, 2013
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It's always better to vent a bath fan to the outside due to the moisture content of the air in the bathroom.
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Yes you can vent into the attic if your attic has vents or someplace for this moist air to escape. Best thing though would be to but a 4 inch hole blade, a vent with a 4 inch opening and some exhaust tubing. Very simple to do. Took me nearly half an hour and I was done.
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Yes you can vent into the attic if your attic has vents or someplace for this moist air to escape. Best thing though would be to but a 4 inch hole blade, a vent with a 4 inch opening and some exhaust tubing. Very simple to do. Took me nearly half an hour and I was done.
Hole saw blade - http://www.homedepot.com/h_d1/N-5yc1v/R-202327761/h_d2/ProductDisplay?catalogId=10053&langId=-1&keyword=4+inch+hole&storeId=10051#.UQDvTny9KK0
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December 12, 2012
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The difference between new and old units is like chalk and cheese. I would always replace an old squeaky one with a new one where possible, my reasons would be based on efficiency and the risk of an old fan shorting out. A factor to consider is this Nutone fan requires a dedicated 20A circuit. If your old one doesn't have a dedicated circuit a rewire may be required, or just change the motor as you Read More
The difference between new and old units is like chalk and cheese. I would always replace an old squeaky one with a new one where possible, my reasons would be based on efficiency and the risk of an old fan shorting out. A factor to consider is this Nutone fan requires a dedicated 20A circuit. If your old one doesn't have a dedicated circuit a rewire may be required, or just change the motor as you suggested.
Another piece of advice is never vent an exhaust fan inside your house, always vent to the outside. The steam from a bathroom can cause real moisture damage in a house, depending on your region the mold could be devastating. I use a 4 1/4" in hole saw, rigid ducting and a louvered wall cap. If you don't want to spend on a hole saw bit you can also use a jigsaw.
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November 12, 2012
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It's not recommended. You want to avoid putting unnecessary moisture in the attic. I'm also sure it doesn't meet building codes to vent into an attic.
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July 4, 2012
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I vented mine into the attic without problems. If you already have a 2 toggle switch the light and fan can be wired together. If you have a 3 toggle switch each can be wired seperately. This product will fill all your needs.
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April 13, 2012
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Hi, Joe. Thanks for your question. It's great to hear that you have a 30-yr old Nutone unit currently in your home! Replacement parts might be available for that, but you would have to call Customer Service at 888-336-3948 and have that model number available.
This unit must be ducted to the outside. While your duct work can run through the attic, we never recommend that you exhaust into the attic
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Hi, Joe. Thanks for your question. It's great to hear that you have a 30-yr old Nutone unit currently in your home! Replacement parts might be available for that, but you would have to call Customer Service at 888-336-3948 and have that model number available.
This unit must be ducted to the outside. While your duct work can run through the attic, we never recommend that you exhaust into the attic itself. If you are viewing this product on HomeDepot.com, scroll down and click on the More Infor tab. You will be able to access the Installation Instructions. Go to page 2 where is refers to Planning the Installation. If you have further questions and would like to speak with a Technical Support person, please dial 888-336-6151. Thanks, again.
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There are multiple complaints about the heating unit in these and some only a few weeks old. Has this problem been solved?

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December 21, 2012
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I've owner it for almost 3 months now and the fuse on the heating element blew. They don't make it replaceable. For over $200 you think the unit would last. The worst part is the fuse isn't made to be able to be replaced. Poor design in my opinion.
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I purchased this unit in February of 2013. The heater unit broke after about 2 months of usage. I replaced the heating element, and that one lasted about 10 seconds. If you look at the heating element, you can right away see why it doesn't last long, as, the element metal is of such light gauge, that if the fan motor starts to slow down due to moisture from the bathroom, the heating element overheats and Read More
I purchased this unit in February of 2013. The heater unit broke after about 2 months of usage. I replaced the heating element, and that one lasted about 10 seconds. If you look at the heating element, you can right away see why it doesn't last long, as, the element metal is of such light gauge, that if the fan motor starts to slow down due to moisture from the bathroom, the heating element overheats and stops working.
I purchased the same kind of unit about a month ago, for the upstairs bathroom, and after looking at the heating element, I took the unit back and returned it. Doesn't look like the problem has been fixed...yet.
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I'm on my third! Finally had to give up and go with another brand. They look great, are easy to install, and work awesome for a few days and boom the heater goes out. Nutone says its a known issue but I'm done playing with installing and removing every week.
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Not yet. I need to contact NUTone.
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December 21, 2012
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Thank you for your question. You are correct that there have been issued with this Heat/Vent/Light unit. The problem is not in the heating unit, but in the heat-side motor. The motor delays to start, or at times shuts down. This allows the heating element to get hot and the thermal protector 'opens', as a safety feature/precaution, and shuts the unit down. So we have indeed identified the problem in the Read More
Thank you for your question. You are correct that there have been issued with this Heat/Vent/Light unit. The problem is not in the heating unit, but in the heat-side motor. The motor delays to start, or at times shuts down. This allows the heating element to get hot and the thermal protector 'opens', as a safety feature/precaution, and shuts the unit down. So we have indeed identified the problem in the heat-side motor, and we are in the process of implementing changes to that motor. I hope this answers your question, but if you would like to contact our Technical Support Group at 888-336-6151, they will be happy to assist. Thanks, again, and Happy Holidays! Read Less
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Can we mount this in the shower ceiling

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November 20, 2012
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I would not do that considering it has a heater. There is nothing that indicates it is water proof or even water resistant. It would probably be an electrical hazard if it got wet.
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Due to the heater fan and heating element problems, I wouldn't recommend installing this unit in the shower ceiling due to moisture affecting the moving fan parts. The fan shaft if made of mild steel and will rust from the moisture.
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Yes but I wouldn't recommend it. Too much moisture for this model to handle. The heater element goes out if it gets too wet. I was on my third one and had to give up on this manufacturer.
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Yes. You can mount this in the shower ceiling. I don't know your exact circumstances but it is possible. Of course, you should check your local code and make sure it is legal for you to do so. Also, use your judgement to make sure it is safe, electricity and water do not mix.
If it is legal and safe just cut through the drywall with a drywall saw and mount it straight between the ceiling joists.
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Yes. You can mount this in the shower ceiling. I don't know your exact circumstances but it is possible. Of course, you should check your local code and make sure it is legal for you to do so. Also, use your judgement to make sure it is safe, electricity and water do not mix.
If it is legal and safe just cut through the drywall with a drywall saw and mount it straight between the ceiling joists.
TIP: Make sure the ducting runs to the outside and don't skimp on the ducting, do it right.
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November 20, 2012
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No. It is not UL listed for installation in a shower ceiling. None of our heating products are UL listed for installation in a shower ceiling. We recommend installation 1-3 feet from the shower.
If you have additional installation or usage questions, please contact our Techical Service Department at 888-336-6151.
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Does this reguire a 110v or 220v electricial supply?

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November 19, 2012
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This unit requires only one dedicated 110v 20 amp supply.
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110v
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110V and a dedicated 20A circuit.
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November 20, 2012
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110v wiring is fine.
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120 VAC house wiring. The documentation states that each 2 position rocker switch (there are 3 of them) is rated 15 amps @ 120VAC. The total load must not exceed 20 amps @ 120 VAC.
I have mine installed on a 15 amp circuit.
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100 CFM Ceiling Directionally Adjustable Exhaust Bath Fan with Light and 1500-Watt Heater is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 66.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The fan works great but the heater keeps blowing the theromresister and the heat stops working. I... The fan works great but the heater keeps blowing the theromresister and the heat stops working. I have had this unit installed for three years and I have replacer the heating unit 5 times and now I am switching to a more reliable product. For the price you would think they would have had a fix already for this product but I guess from the reviews many people have similar issues. I have to do research to see where I can find a reliable product.
Date published: 2016-11-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from OK Fan, but rather noisy. I bought two of these to replace existing 35 year old units. They work OK with better air flow than the old units, but they are really noisy. I am sure it is much more than 2 sones that is claimed. Nice bright light. Have not used the the heaters yet.
Date published: 2016-09-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This bathroom fan was fairly easy to install. The heat function works great and the fan is pretty... This bathroom fan was fairly easy to install. The heat function works great and the fan is pretty quiet. Just make sure you are not using a dimmer switch for this light.
Date published: 2017-01-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not a reliable unit at all Had to replace the unit after less than two years, but it had ceased proper function only months after purchase.
Date published: 2016-07-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from heating element stopped working 24 hours after I started using it. heating element stopped working 24 hours after I started using it.
Date published: 2016-12-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well built....easy to install...quiet..... Well built....easy to install...quiet.....
Date published: 2016-12-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 5 stars if easy install. I bought this unit, thinking it would fit in my old "heat-light-vent, the salesperson said it would. Well for sure, it does not. If you have an older nutone unit, this is about 1in larger cut out all around. I did not measure, just placed the uint to the ceiling sheetrock, drew the lines and cut with a small taperd saw. The time consumed is approx 1 hour to 1 1/2 hours because some one has to be in the attic to nail the supports between the horizontal studs. As I went on, I was irritated because I thought it would be simple replacement. After all said and done, the unit works much better than I had anticipated. The vent and heat units are very quiet. The heater feels twice as powerful as the previous one. I gave it four stars because of difficult installation. But the best bathroom vent, heat I have ever used. I intend to put one in my other two baths as soon as time permits. Do the same, I promise you won' be disapointed. joe b
Date published: 2011-01-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Heater Had the unit for a bout a year . Used the Heater about 20 times with great heat . However it burnt out and the unit is just like new.
Date published: 2015-11-14
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