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NuTone 70 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Fan with 1 - 250-Watt Infrared Bulb Heater
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NuTone

70 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Fan with 1 - 250-Watt Infrared Bulb Heater

  • Helps reduce bathroom moisture
  • Heater can work with fan, or on its own
  • Durably constructed
$53.32 /each

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Provide your bathroom with warmth and style with the NuTone 70 CFM Exhaust Fan with Infrared Bulb Heater. This versatile bath fixture features a fan and heater that can work independently or together for convenience. This white bath fan with light and heater also features polymeric dampers to help prevent back drafts and eliminate mechanical noise.

  • 70 CFM reduces moisture to prevent mildew growth
  • Operates at 3.5 sones
  • Polymeric dampers help prevent back drafts and eliminate mechanical noise
  • Manages moisture in rooms up to 60 sq. ft. in area
  • Requires one 250-Watt R40/BR40 infrared bulb for comfortable heat
  • White polymeric grille is easy to wipe clean and adds a classic look
  • UL-listed and HVI-2100 certified for added safety and performance
  • 4 in. duct

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Ratings (56) (35) (128) (35)
Maximum Room Size (ft sq) 60 60 60 60
Bath Fan Features Heater,Light Heater,Light Heater,Light Heater,Light
Fan Sound Level (Sones) 3.5 4.0 4.0 3.5
Housing Width (in.) 8.5 8.25 7.875 14.25
Ceiling or Wall Installation Ceiling Ceiling Ceiling Ceiling
Housing Length (in.) 8.375 8.375 14.625 8.375
Air Volume (CFM) 70 70 70 70
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Does the bulb heat well?

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October 21, 2013
Some reviewers were stating that the heat generated by the bulb, just goes right up into the vent. I have a small 5x5 foot bathroom, and was wondering how well the unit heats? Thanks.
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June 29, 2016
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It heats my 5' x 8' bath very well. Be aware that the heating bulb is NOT included with the fan.
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January 28, 2014
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Does not put out very much heat.
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December 21, 2013
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I installed this in a 5x7 bathroom and it keeps the bathroom quite warm even in a Chicago winter. To be sure, the heat is not instantaneous, but the bathroom is warm within a few minutes.
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December 10, 2013
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The air flow cools the bulk and a safety sensor shuts the bulb off if it should overheat.
That unit is perfect for a small bathroom; that's how I use it, and never had a problem
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November 12, 2013
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In my small bathroom, 6ft X 6ft plus shower space it does a nice job.
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October 22, 2013
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This bulb heater should work well for your bathroom.
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Does this product have separate electrical circuits for the fan and bulb?

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March 26, 2013
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January 27, 2014
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No and yes. No, it does not have separate circuits. and yes, the lamp and the fan can be wired separately, with three wire cable (1 wire for fan, 1 wire for vent, and the third (white) wire for shared neutral.
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December 21, 2013
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Yes it does. There are two hot connections and one neutral in the knockout box mounted on the product. I wired it to a 3-gang switch: one for an independent light, one for the heat lamp, and one for the fan.
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November 12, 2013
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Yes, you can wire it on 2 separate switches for independent operation, or wire to 1 switch so both operate together.
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September 4, 2013
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Yes. the red wire if you want separate switches will be hooked up for the heat lamp and the black, white and ground wires will be hooked up as usual to the matching wires. If you want both to work at the same time just hook the red with the black as you would a light on a ceiling fan connecting the blue and black wires together for one switch.
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March 28, 2013
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The 9417DN fan/heater can be wired so that the fan and the heat bulb work independently. It can also be wired so that they work jointly. Either way, the unit needs to be connected to a 20 amp circuit.
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Lexington, SC, USA
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March 26, 2013
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Yes, I had this professional installed and I had the electrician set up two switches. The bulb can be used more in winter because it does get warm...and fan can be used without the bulb being on.
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does this fan include or have a baffle from the air returning from outside?

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March 17, 2013
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Yes, it has a damper
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Yes it does. It works very well, even here in The Windy City (Chicago).
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Yes, mine included a baffle to keep cold air out that opens with blower turned on.
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Arlington, TX, USA
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September 4, 2013
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Yes. The only time the baffle opens is when you demand air to be ventilated out of the room. It stays closed otherwise. Just make sure the location where the unit is installed to have 4" flex-duct available to run the distance to where you want to vent to.
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Don't exactly know what you mean but we have never had any issues with this fan. We have a very small bathroom and with this fan, it keeps humidity out and our bathroom dry. We don't really worry about the point of wondering about air returning from outside or if it includes this feature. It does the job of keeping our small bathroom dry and less humid.
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March 18, 2013
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Thank you for your interest in our products. We appreciate your business. This one-bulb infrared heater/exhaust fan includes a damper/duct connector, but you would still require either a wall cap or roof cap on the outside. This will have the back draft damper. For this unit, you may want to consider our model 885BL (black) or 885AL (aluminum). You would have the option to place a Special Order at your Read More
Thank you for your interest in our products. We appreciate your business. This one-bulb infrared heater/exhaust fan includes a damper/duct connector, but you would still require either a wall cap or roof cap on the outside. This will have the back draft damper. For this unit, you may want to consider our model 885BL (black) or 885AL (aluminum). You would have the option to place a Special Order at your local Home Depot store, or contact our Customer Service at 888-336-3948. Thanks, again. Read Less
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if from my fan dripping water, what it is and what Ihave to do

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I've never experienced that problem. It's possible, I suppose, with a long duct, very steamy bathroom, and a very cold attic. Solutions (1# insulate the duct. #2) slant the duct slightly toward the outside outlet. If those don't work, get a bigger fan because you have a very steamy bathroom.
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Sounds like the fan is blocked and not exhausting properly or the door not opening to the baffle inside the unit. The unit can have poor ventilation if the vent line or baffle is closed.
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I have not had this happen with any the fan/lights I have purchased. I would check to make sure your fan is vented to the outside properly.
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You more than likely have:
1. condensation being created in the exhaust pipe
2. or a roof leak where the exhaust fan pipe is being expelled to the outside of your house
There was a ASK This Old House episode on this very problem.
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Alex,
The dripping water is most likely condensation. It is created by the heated air coming in contact with the colder air outside and around the duct work. The first thing to check is where the heater is ducted out. Please check that the louver at the end of the duct work closes completely. If that doesn't correct the problem, then check that you have insulated duct work.
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Alex,
The dripping water is most likely condensation. It is created by the heated air coming in contact with the colder air outside and around the duct work. The first thing to check is where the heater is ducted out. Please check that the louver at the end of the duct work closes completely. If that doesn't correct the problem, then check that you have insulated duct work.
If you still have issues, please contact out technical service department at 888-336-6151.
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 54 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Would not comply with local building codes We thought this would be a good idea for a small bath/shower area. Local building code required the heat lamp to be 3 feet away from the shower. This being a small room-it would not work. We ordered it online, but returning it to the local Home Depot store was easy! October 4, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Re: Noise I think I have the solution for noise. If your fan makes a low rumbling sound, this is likely because the fan wheel is out of round / out of balance. After living with the slight rumble for years I took the fan motor out, cleaned the dust off the fan wheel, and then plugged it in and ran a flat mill file http://www.homedepot.com/p/TEKTON-6-in-Mill-File-6686/206297040 along the top and bottom edges and corners to true up the ends and take off any high spots. After it was reinstalled the rumble was gone and only the woosh of rushing air remained. Despite the tweaking necessary, it's still a good value for the money. The infrared bulb heater only works when you're directly under it, so you must install it just outside the shower / tub area where you towel off. March 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Work wll Replaced a larger light, fan, heater unit in a powder room with this unit. Because the room is so small the multi unit would overheat and the hater would fail. While this unit doesn't put out as much heat as the larger unit it is sufficient for the small room and the radiant heat is almost instant. I like the adjustability of the mounting because it easily adjust on four points to compensate for uneven bracket mounting or ceiling. March 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by FOR A SMALL BATHROOM AS I HAVE ITS EXCELLANT product was easy to install light weight yet powerful exhaust makes it a great unit and value recommend 100 percent February 11, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Product Very good fixture a little on the noisy side! clean lines February 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by bathroom light and fan Easy to install! It was a replacement for the same unit. January 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by works as expected I replaced an old fan. Installation was fairly simple. works well, runs quite, A good value . Was delivered in timely manner.. November 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nutone heat lamp vent combo Product is awesome, about to order another one for another customer. August 20, 2015
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