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NuTone

Model # 772RBNT

Internet # 203258874

Store SKU # 211988

Decorative Oil Rubbed Bronze 80 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan Alabaster Glass with Light ENERGY STAR

$104.00 /each
  • 80 CFM reduces moisture to prevent mildew
  • Motor operates at a quiet 2.0 sones
  • Sturdy key-holed mounting brackets for quick easy installation

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Model # 772RBNT

Internet # 203258874

Store SKU # 211988

The NuTone decorative light fixture with 80 CFM exhaust fan and 2.0 sones for efficiency. Features a permanently lubricated, plug-in motor for simple set up. Included are two 13-Watt GU24 bulbs for energy efficiency and for bright illumination. The fan is easy to install with sturdy, key hole mounting flange.

  • Corrosion resistant oil rubbed bronze finish with white alabaster glass shade
  • Rugged, 26-Gauge galvanized steel housing stands up to moisture
  • Light fixture assembly is plug-in and removable
  • Sturdy key-holed mounting brackets for quick, accurate installation
  • Fits in 2 in. x 6 in. ceiling construction and 4 in. ducting for new construction or retrofit
  • Tapered, polymeric duct fitting with built-in backdraft damper for easy, positive duct connection
  • Not for installation over tub or shower
  • 80 CFM fan speed circulates the air and helps reduce moisture in the bathroom
  • 2.0 sones for quiet operation
  • Permanently lubricated motor easily plugs in
  • Ventilates rooms up to 75 sq. ft.
  • Uses two 13-Watt fluorescent bulbs (bulbs included)
  • ENERGY STAR qualified for efficient operation
  • UL listed for use in insulated ceilings (type I.C.)

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Housing Length (in.) 
Housing Width (in.) 
8.25 
Maximum Room Size (ft sq) 
70 
Product Height (in.) 
10.25 
Product Length (in.) 
13.5 
Product Width (in.) 
13.5 
Details
Air Volume (CFM) 
80 
Bath Fan Features 
Light 
Bulb(s) Included 
Yes 
Ceiling or Wall Installation 
Ceiling 
Color Family 
Bronze 
Duct Compatible Sizes 
4 in 
Fan Sound Level (Sones) 
2.0 
Housing Material 
Galvanized Steel 
Mounting Style 
Recessed 
Number of Bulbs Required 
Product Weight (lb.) 
10.6 lb 
Recommended Bulb Type 
13W GU24 CFL 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Wattage (watts) 
13 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed,HVI Certified 
ENERGY STAR Certified 
Yes 
Manufacturer Warranty 
Limited 1 year 

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Bath Fan Features: Light
Brand: NuTone
Housing Width (in.): 8.25
Housing Length (in.): 8
Fan Sound Level (Sones): 2.0 - 3.4
Maximum Room Size (ft sq): 70 - 100
Price: $50 - $100
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Are there separate switches for the fan and light?

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July 24, 2012
Can you turn on the light without the fan and vice versa?
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June 29, 2015
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Yes, the light and fan are on separate circuits however they could be wired so they both switch on and off together if needed
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There are seperate wires for the fan and light.
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August 19, 2014
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yes, mine was installed with toggle switches
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it depends on how you decide to wire it. In an existing room, if you can't run an additional wire (or already have 4-12 or 4-14 wiring), you'll have both on the same switch.
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Yes this fixture can have the light wired separately from the fan.
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November 20, 2013
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yes, depends on if you have it already wired up so that there is a separate switch for the fan and light. In my case the existing wiring was setup that way so I can turn the fan and light on separately.
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Yes you can, you need to wire it that way. Fairly easy
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Yes, but you will have to install it this way, meaning you will have to either have or install two wall switches. The fan wiring is separate from the light wiring.
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July 25, 2012
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THank you for your question. The short answer is 'Yes'! You can wire this Decorative Fan/Light unit so the fan and light can operate separately, or at that same time. If you go back to the page on HomeDepot.com and scroll down, you will locate a 'More Info' tab. Click on it. In the upper left hand corner is a downloadable PDF file for the Installation Instructions. Go to page 3 to review the wiring Read More
THank you for your question. The short answer is 'Yes'! You can wire this Decorative Fan/Light unit so the fan and light can operate separately, or at that same time. If you go back to the page on HomeDepot.com and scroll down, you will locate a 'More Info' tab. Click on it. In the upper left hand corner is a downloadable PDF file for the Installation Instructions. Go to page 3 to review the wiring instructions for the switch. Also, we offer a 2-function switch on HomeDepot.com. The model is 68W (white) or 68V (ivory). If you have further questions and wish to speak with a Customer Service person, please dial 888-336-3948 ad they will be happy to assist. Thnaks, again. Read Less
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July 25, 2012
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Thank you for your question about the Decorative Fan/Light unit. The short answer is 'Yes'! You can wire this unit to a two-function switch so the light and fan can operate separately, or at the same time. If you go back to the Home Depot.com page and scroll down a little, you will find a 'More Info' tab. Click on it. In the upper left hand corner you will see the Installation Instructions under a Read More
Thank you for your question about the Decorative Fan/Light unit. The short answer is 'Yes'! You can wire this unit to a two-function switch so the light and fan can operate separately, or at the same time. If you go back to the Home Depot.com page and scroll down a little, you will find a 'More Info' tab. Click on it. In the upper left hand corner you will see the Installation Instructions under a downloadable PDF. Go to page 3 to review the wiring diagram. You can also purchase a two-function wall switch, model 68W (white) or 68V (ivory) on Home Depot site. I hope this is helpful, however, if you have further questions please dial 888-336-3948 and our Customer Service group will be happy to assist. Thanks, again. Read Less
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Is the fan vox round or square?

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The mounting box is square however the lamp base and lens that are mounted to it are round
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May 12, 2015
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The fan box is square.
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Square and designed to go in between ceiling joist.
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March 30, 2015
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The housing box that mounts in the ceiling is square.
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I think you are asking about the fan box, it is square.
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Can I use an LED bulb for this light and if so which one

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We bought a couple of GU24 to E26/27 adapters online and then used a pair of Cree LED bulbs. All you need to do is make sure that the watts used by the LED bulbs don't total more than 24 watts which is the limit of this fitting. In our case the 60W soft white LED bulbs we bought from Home Depot were 9.5 watts each so had a total of 19 watts.
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May 12, 2015
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Yes. The maximum watt bulb in this fixture is 13 Watts per bulb. This uses GU24 bulbs which are not your standard screw in type. Amazon sells a GU24 to E27 converter for 7.00 which allows you to use standard bulbs in this fixture. Just be aware you cannot exceed the 13 watt maximum per bulb so stick with LED or CFL bulbs!
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Not directly. The bulb receptacle is for a two prong Fluorescent style bulb. One reviewer stated he bought adapters.
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it would have to be a special led light, this one has one of those CFL's that have the two bare pole connections not the screw in type. IT comes with the two CFLs..
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February 5, 2015
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Thank you for the bulb question on the 772RBNT. This model is U.L. approved to use 2 – 13Watt fluorescent bulbs. We would only suggest using the bulbs recommended in our installation instructions. If you have further questions, just dial 888-336-6151 and our Technical Support Department can assist you. Thanks, again.
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Can this be used in a shower stall?

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No, the instructions recommend against installing the fan light in a shower stall
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May 11, 2015
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No, this product can't be installed over tub or shower.
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May 7, 2015
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This fan is not recommended for use directly over a bathtub or shower.
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If the shower stall has some sort of opening to let some steam escape, and it is not entirely enclosed. then it can perform without issues.
If the steam can't escape and it is a low ceiling, I'd recommend to use just a bathroom fan and a recessed can light with a shower trim so that both light and fan can work properly.
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 57 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very Nice I had purchased the chrome model and went to install it but it was broken. I returned to the store but they only had the bronze model in stock. It was meant to be. I like it so much more than the chrome. June 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice bathroom exhaust fan and light I purchased two of these for a home I was purchasing. It is an older home and the bathrooms didn't have fans. One bathroom is very small and the other is a good size. This fan looks very nice in both. It is quiet but airs out the room nicely. I also like the additional light this provides. May 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by purchased 4/2/16 installed same day very easy to install also can secure to all 4 sides very quiet unit light is bright April 3, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Very Good Fan & Light I bought this to replace my old fan that did not have a light. Total time it took me to take out my old fan and install this one was about 50 minutes. If you are even just mediocre-handy you can easily install this without hiring someone. There are many things I like about this unit. The appearance is excellent! Unless you are standing 3 feet from it you would have no idea its a fan and not just a light fixture. People will be wowed when you tell them its the bathroom fan. This is due to slight gaps being used instead of noticeable grills like other decorative fans which was a great call by the designers. The air movement is definitely better than my old fan, the 80 CFM it says on the box is accurate. I have a medium sized bathroom and my mirror is usually completely dry while showering, sometimes just a little moisture. Just make sure (like with any fan) that you seal any holes in the metal box and seal the box to the drywall to make sure air is being pulled from the room and not from inside the ceiling. Duct tape is an easy and inexpensive way to do this. The 2.0 sone rating is also accurate. I would definitely call it a medium noise level. But unless you are looking for something super quiet, the noise on this one will not bother you and you really won't think twice about it. And as for the value, you can't beat it! I would have expected to pay more for this. There are a few reasons why I only gave this 4 stars instead of 5. First, the instructions that came in the box are complete garbage. The only thing you will be able to figure out from the instructions is how to attached the light fixture part to the fan box. However, there are many good YouTube videos out there and after watching one 2-minute video I was easily able to install the unit on my own. Second, the dimensions on the box say 8" x 8-1/4" and I thought great it will just fit into the existing hole from my old fan. Well, not exactly. The inside of the fan box measures 8" x 8-1/4", but the outside to outside fan box measurement add on almost another 1/2". And lastly, the light bulbs supplied burn at a very cold white color. Which basically means its a very unnatural white. But at least they were nice enough to supply the bulbs for you. Just be aware that this unit does not take your typical screw in bulbs so if you want more natural colored light it will be more difficult and expensive to find a solution. Overall I am very happy with this unit and recommend it to anyone who wants something that looks state of the art and performs well. October 16, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great fan, simple installation, super quiet, bright lights! I bought this to replace a 40 year old Nutone Fan in which the motor started failing. The install was simple and the fan is super quiet! The lights are very bright however I deducted one star because this fixture uses GU24 lights which are not your standard light bulb. There are converters for this on Amazon for 6.99 however they should have used the standard E27 light which is the most common bulb. That being said, the fan is worth the money and looks great! May 12, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by LED lights are dim, I do not recommend this product ! LED lights are dim, I do not recommend this product ! March 8, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Works OK, but not as quiet as advertised. Installation was OK considering I had easy access to the attic. It's size is slightly smaller than the previous one which took some creative "fixing" to adapt. Not sure why they aren't more standard. It is also more noisy than the advertised scone value. I would not recommend based on the sound levels. February 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to install, quiet fan and has plenty of light We bought this fan/light combo to bring our bathroom up to code during a remodel. It was very easy to install and delivers a good level of light with a quiet, effective fan for our 8' x 11' bathroom. It goes very well with our oil rubbed bronze fixtures and is an ideal companion for our skylight which it is mounted next to. Since we didn't have an extractor fan to begin with, and we were remodeling the entire bathroom with new walls and ceiling, installation was relatively straightforward. The metal box that the fan motor sits in requires screwing or nailing to a 6" high piece of wood and we used a 2 x 6 to anchor it. The mounting box comes with some very handy depth marks which help you set it to the correct height for a 1/2" or 5/8" thick ceiling if you're putting it in a new installation like we were. We used 1/2" drywall on the ceiling and these marks were spot on for the depth of the box with the ceiling fitted. We used a piece of semi flexible 4" clothes dryer tubing to vent the fan through the ceiling void to an outside wall with a 4" hose clip to keep the exhaust vent pipe firmly held in place. Wiring up was straightforward and it has separate circuits for the fan and the light with good instructions about what color wire runs which part of the fan/light. Instead of using the Nutone dual switch we opted for a less expensive Leviton 15 amp dual switch and this works perfectly well although if you're using an existing single switch/wiring, the Nutone switch may be a better solution. I don't really care for the light from the supplied CFL bulbs so we purchased a couple of GU24 to E26/27 adapters online which allow us to run LED bulbs instead of the CFL bulbs. We find this produces a softer light and all you need to do is make sure that the combined watts of the LED bulbs don't exceed the 24 watts maximum of the fitting. In our case, the LEDs are 9.5 watts each so well within the limit. The fan itself is very quiet and does a good job of keeping our bathroom dry when we're using the shower. My only complaint is that the vibration from our roof mounted a/c package unit can cause the glass lens mounting nut to loosen which results in the glass dome vibrating against the body of the light fitting when our a/c switches on. I may have to use a small amount of PTFE tape on the mounting threads to stop the nut from loosening. June 29, 2015
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