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NuTone

Model 765HL

Internet #202079306

Store SKU #864715

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100 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan with Light and Heater

$197.00 /each
  • Helps reduce bathroom moisture
  • Fan operates quietly
  • Features light and heater

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Help provide your bathroom with functionality and comfort with the NuTone 100 CFM Bath Fan with Light and Heater. This directionally adjustable bath fan with light and heater features a rotatable heater grille that helps direct heat to conserve energy. This steel bath fan with light and heater also requires one 100-Watt incandescent bulb.

  • 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
  • Bright 100-Watt incandescent lighting provides clean even light
  • 1500-Watt heater with 360 degree directionally-adjustable design so heat ends up exactly where you want it
  • White polymeric grille matches most decors
  • Rugged galvanized steel housing stands up to moisture
  • Suitable for use in insulated ceilings (type I.C.) for your convenience
  • UL listed and HVI-2100 certified for your safety and protection
  • Designed to be mounted in a flat ceiling only
  • 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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Wiring for the 765HL

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John
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June 10, 2012
Does the 765HL require a seperate circuit or can it be wired to the existing power in the bathroom? If it requires a seperate circuit, can one circuit handle two units?
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It depends on what size circuit breaker you have and the other items that are on that circuit. If you have a GFCI circuit that just serves that bathroom and is wired with 12-2 wire, you should be able to pull from that circuit. If it is 14-2 wire, then you may run into problems with running the heater and a high-load item such as hair dryer at the same time without tripping the breaker. If your existing Read More
It depends on what size circuit breaker you have and the other items that are on that circuit. If you have a GFCI circuit that just serves that bathroom and is wired with 12-2 wire, you should be able to pull from that circuit. If it is 14-2 wire, then you may run into problems with running the heater and a high-load item such as hair dryer at the same time without tripping the breaker. If your existing bathroom power is run from a circuit that serves other bathrooms or bedrooms (which is typical) then you will likely run into problem when running multiple items at the same time. The box specifically states that a 20-amp dedicated circuit breaker is required and while I do not believe it needs to be a dedicated circuit, it needs to be a very low-load circuit. I have mine wired through a 15-amp circuit that only serves the bathroom GFCI but it was previously wired with 14-2 wire. Mine will trip the breaker when the heater is running and a hair dryer...solution: Don't run the heater when you have to use a hair dryer. For your question as to if one circuit will handle two units...I think that would be similar to my heater and hair dryer scenario, so you're going to be pushing the limits of the circuit, especially if you're using the lights and maybe even the fan at the same time as the heater. Read Less
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I recently installed this unit in may existing bathroom that had just the fan. 14/2 wire was used on existing fan. I removed the switch and covered ends using wire nuts. Basically I disabled the use of this 14/2 wire. Since a separate 20amp circuit is required I re-wired with 12/2 and 12/3 wire. The 12/3 is needed from the unit to the switch since you have three functions to control, light, fan and Read More
I recently installed this unit in may existing bathroom that had just the fan. 14/2 wire was used on existing fan. I removed the switch and covered ends using wire nuts. Basically I disabled the use of this 14/2 wire. Since a separate 20amp circuit is required I re-wired with 12/2 and 12/3 wire. The 12/3 is needed from the unit to the switch since you have three functions to control, light, fan and heater.
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June 11, 2012
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For the most complete answer to these and any other wiring questions you may have, please contact our Technical Service Department at 888-336-6151.
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I purchased the Broan/NuTone Three Function Control Model P66W switch to use with this product. Will this switch work well with the Light/Fan/Heater?

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Yes. I used the same switch for mind. Works well.
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December 12, 2011
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Hi, Greg. Thank you for your question concerning the P66W and this Heat/Vent/Light unit. Yes, the P66W is one of the switches we recommend for this unit. Since this unit contains a heater, it is necessary to have a 20 amp dedicated circuit. If you have any further questions and would like to speak with a Technical Support person, please dial 888-336-6151 and they will be happy to assist you further. Read More
Hi, Greg. Thank you for your question concerning the P66W and this Heat/Vent/Light unit. Yes, the P66W is one of the switches we recommend for this unit. Since this unit contains a heater, it is necessary to have a 20 amp dedicated circuit. If you have any further questions and would like to speak with a Technical Support person, please dial 888-336-6151 and they will be happy to assist you further. Thanks, again. Read Less
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can light work on one switch and heater and fan together on a different switch

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The fan and heater cannot be on the same switch. We would recommend using a 3 function switch, like model 66W, to allow each function to operate independently.
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No, they can not be on a different switch.
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Can this fan be installed in a 45 degree pitch ceiling? If not, which model would you recommend?

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Thanks for the question. Most heaters need to be flat on the ceiling as does this one. If you need one that can be installed in 12/12 pitch ceiling, check out model QTXN110HFLT or the 665RP. If you have questions before you begin this project contact our Technical Support Department at 888-336-6151. Thanks, again.
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This can only be mounted on a flat ceiling.
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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 38 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Brilliant I love the fact it has an exhaust, fan, light, and heater. It great on those chilly morning you can turn the heat on to knock the edge off. June 14, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Do not buy I bought 2 of these 5 years ago. With in the first year the heater went out on both of them. I had no idea where the receipt was so I went online and bought two heaters from amazon (cheap enough). When they came in I replaced them. After 2 more years the heat stopped working on one of them again. I got online to find replacements again and came across a website that talk about a problem with the fan that was causing heater failures. It also stated that if I called Nutone and gave them the serial number they would send you new heater and fan assembly. I called them up. Told them I had seen this website. They asked me for my serial number on both units. There response was YES these units have the problem you read about. They were very nice about it. They rushed me two new heater units, new fans and heaters in one assembly completely free. NO charge even for shipping, Now 2 years after I replaced the complete heat assemblies. I turned on the heat by accident, trying to turn on the light. I had a fire works show like you have never seen before coming out of my ceiling. The heat strips have burned out once again. These units are loud and unreliable. The heaters I took out to installed these Nutones, Were installed in 1986 and were still working when i decided to upgrade to these pieces of junk. I Wish I had never bought these things. Oh and I almost forgot. I have had to buy 2 replacement globs that cover the light bulbs because over time the plastic hardens and when you go to release the clip to open it, It just breaks. I am currently trying to glue the clip back on because I don't want to buy another one. Plus I will not fix the heater again. One last thing I should Point out. I am a Heating, Air Condition and Ventilation technician of over 25 years. So I know a thing or 2 about what I am doing. June 21, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Not bad, but exhaust connection is flimsy The fan works fine... Exhaust connection is a joke. It needs to be taped on to stay in place. The grill is also held on by a center screw; so if your ceiling drywal is thicker it will not reach and you can't attach the grill. June 28, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by AVOID THIS PRODUCT As others have stated, the heating unit will not last very long. First one lasted about 18 months (only about 3 months was it cold enough to use), its replacement lasted 3 months, it's now spring time and when the cooler weather returns, I'm sure it will burn out again. June 2, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works nice but a couple cautions I bought this for installation as part of an ongoing bath remodel in an older home The unit is quieter than the other, older Nutone we have in another bath, but not by a real lot. That may have some to do with the fact that I had to engineer my own mounting system instead of using Nutone's. I do like the directed heat feature; very helpful in getting more heat to the floor rather than just near the ceiling as the older or cheaper units do. As with all Nutone units, the light bulb is in a recessed housing, so if, like me, you are replacing a fixture that allowed the light to hang down farther for 360-degree light, you will not get as much room lighting as you had before. I was aware of this when I bought. A couple notes for installers: 1.) I was surprised to find out Nutone does NOT include switches with its fans anymore. For nearly $200, I assumed I would get a switch like I did when I bought an $80 Nutone a few years back. Nope. I live in the country. This made necessary a 50-mile round trip to buy an $18 Broan Nutone P66W switch. Get yours while at the store. They are located next to the fans. Even though the Home Depot rep told me they had none when I called ahead, I found them quickly once in the store. 2.) This unit is not well engineered for new old work. In other words, if you are putting the unit in an older home's existing bath that did not have a light-heat-fan unit before, you may wind up figuring out your own mounting system rather than using the mounting arms included. Rather than use the mounting arms, I wound up mounting it with drywall screws through the housing to two boards that span the gap between ceiling joists in my old house. The mounting rails that are included attach to the sides and allow just 1/2" for drywall. They are designed for new work, and the instructions are all about new work. My ceiling was thicker than 1/2 inch. For old work, a unit suspended by the top or with mounting rails that are higher up on the sides may be desirable. (It would be very easy for Nutone to attach another pair of mounting slides near the top of the enclosure, above the existing ones to make the unit far more adaptable.) 3.) In old work, be aware that the unit requires a dedicated 20 amp circuit so be prepared to run one or have one installed. Make sure you have room to add a circuit breaker or have a spare fuse socket in your main box. Might as well plan it out and get your wire and materials while you are at the store if you plan to DIY it. 4.) It may be useful to run a good quality caulk around any gaps between the housing and the drywall after installation, especially if you have blown-in attic insulation (see photo). It helps with energy efficiency and keeps the insulation from migrating down into your cover. July 26, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Heater Burns Out Make sure you read long term reviews. Heater burns out soon after warranty expires!!!!!!! April 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This product works well The installation of this heater/vent/light was fairly easy. It was installed in an unheated bathroom. The 765HL heater/vent has been a great replacement for the original wall heater (long since removed). Wiring of the heater and vent function is via a single pole double throw switch that is routed through a timer. This allows the user, a stroke patient, to make the selection of function without the fear of leaving the unit on unattended. The light is a LED bulb and is a good night light with low cost. The exhaust vent was routed to an outside vent and removes moisture from the bathroom rapidly and quietly. July 14, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works great! Although this is the most expensive unit home depot sells it is well worth the money. Quiet operation, great air movement, and the heater is excellent in the winter. Installation is simple. December 8, 2015
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