Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 101
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by me1 better than fan from Lowes
originaly bought a broan fan from lowes, fan was very noisy with excessive vibration.returned fan to lowes after a few days.bought this fan from home depot,big differance,noise level alot lower,no excesse vibration,only here fan moving air.
October 20, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Kate Replacement
Bought this to replace existing Nutone. It fit right in! Didn't have to make any modifications. Update version looks great. Works so much better. Bought the model up for a long run with the vent pipe. It is really taking care of the moisture from showers. I plan to buy another one to replace another. Seems to be a bit more quiet than our old one as well.
June 19, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by cashmgr40 Easy installation
I thought this was going to be a daunting job - however, since I had an older Broan model fan I was replacing I was able to use the original box and wiring in the attic and was able to replace the motor and related parts from inside the bathroom. Took less than a half an hour. I also noticed on the newer parts that some design improvements had been made. Very happy I did not need to replace everything in the attic. Fan works great and the new look freshens up the bathroom.
October 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by OG182 Great Replacement
This unit was purchased as a replacement for an old unit. It was easy to install, much quieter, and reasonably priced.
July 14, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Homerepair ok
This has great exhaust power but it is much louder that I thought it would be. I wish it was a little quieter.
October 27, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by RealEstateMan was missing parts
was missing mounting brackets. Had to buy them separately
October 20, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by sam good value ,does the job
bought this fan it was smaller than others which was what i wanted and quieter as it is a small 1/2 bath i used it in.great
October 16, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MarkyMark Great replacement for older 663/669 Nutone model
My home is 19 years olds and has the older Nutone model 663/669L model. The motor quit working. I searched online to see if I could find a replacement motor and everywhere I looked the motor was marked as obsolete. Unfortunately it is the end of summer and 91 degrees today. Not a great day for being in the attic.
Next step was to see what they had to offer at home depot. They sold a replacement Nutone motor only for $14.97 which is 50cfm so I took that home to try to see if I could just replace the motor as everything else was working fine and it was the same cfm as the original motor. Well that didn't work because the motor obviously was for a model that did not have a light originally as the motor mounted from the bottom and not from the top like the original motor I was trying to replace. So I measured the original box and it was in a 9" x9" opening.
Went back to home depot and returned the motor only and went to shop for a new replacement fan with light. I came across Nutone model that looked similar to my original but was a rectangle design of 14" x 9" and I didn't want to cut sheetrock or go into the attic. Came across this model and the box stated it was a 9"x9" opening that was needed like my original unit. Bought it and took it home.
The interior box was exactly the same as the original which included the opening on the side at 4". This was a concern since the original was only a 50cfm motor and this is a 70 cfm motor. Well I did have to modify two things but everything fit into the original box. First the motor mount was just different enough that I would not be able to plug the light and motor into the sockets. The new model's motor mount was a little farther in than the original and the holes through the motor mount did not line up exactly with the plugs from the original box which was still in my ceiling. However the motor screws and set were exactly the same as the original. So I unbolted the motor from the new model and attached it to the old motor mount and it installed perfectly with no modifications necessary. Next the light housing has a metal A frame bent down and a CFL bulb would not fit so I bent it up out of the way (easy to do) and screwed in the 100W A19 CFL bulb which then went in perfectly and would save me money since it uses way less electricity than the a old fashioned A19 bulb. (for those of wondering what a A19 bulb is it is an original incandescent light bulb). Everything snapped together perfectly and it is done! Works like a charm and is quieter than the original motor.
September 8, 2015