Model # 605RP

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NuTone Heat-A-Vent 70 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Fan with 1300-Watt Heater
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NuTone

Heat-A-Vent 70 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Fan with 1300-Watt Heater

  • Reviewers find it a great solution for heating a bathroom quickly
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$89.59 /each

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NuTone 605RP Heat-A-Vent exhaust fans make it even easier to build in warmth and comfort. It is designed for easy installation with hanger bars (included), which are adjustable from 16 in. - 24 in. The built-in junction box with receptacles is designed for simple plug-in of heater and fan motors. The 1300W heating element provides fast enveloping heat, while the efficient fan evenly distributes warm air through room. An efficient, quiet blower, exhausts stale air and moisture to refresh the bath atmosphere. Two functions in one unit, compactly designed to cut installation time and expenses.

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Brand NuTone Broan Panasonic
Ratings (142) (35) (27) (50)
Maximum Room Size (ft sq) 60 60 45 110
Bath Fan Features Heater,Light Heater Heater,Light Heater
Fan Sound Level (Sones) 4.0 4.0 2.5 0.6
Housing Width (in.) 7.875 7.875 8.25 11.25
Ceiling or Wall Installation Ceiling Ceiling Ceiling Ceiling
Housing Length (in.) 14.625 14.625 14.25 16
Air Volume (CFM) 70 70 50 110
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does this fan have a light also

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January 2, 2013
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April 24, 2014
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No. It is a Vent and a Heater with a blower to blow the heat down.
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September 8, 2013
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this model only exhaust fan & heater combo only. no light
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February 23, 2013
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NO, it does not have a light.
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January 3, 2013
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To Glenn: If the model states Heat A Vent then it does not have a fan. Our models 9965 (HEAT- FAN CEILLING & NIGHT LIGHT)& 665RP is HEAT, VENT, & LIGHT. tHE 605RP is Heat a Vent.
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Can you turn the fan and heater on separately (so you can run the exhaust fan but not the heat)?

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August 26, 2012
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January 20, 2015
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Yes, requires additional wiring and using two separate wall switches. Use a heavier duty 20 amp rated for heat switch.
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April 24, 2014
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Yes. Very simple to do. I tapped into my bathroom light for the vent, So vents when light is on. Heater is on own switch by itself.
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October 2, 2012
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yes, it must be wired properly. We have a 3 switch panel for this: 1 for light, 1 for heat and 1 for fan( exhaust). You don't want the fan and heat on at the same time. One blows into the room and one sucks it out and vents to outside the home.
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August 27, 2012
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Thanks for your question. Yes, this unit can be wired so that these functions can operate together on one switch, or they can operate separatly on two-function switch. Please see model 68W. This switch is recommended for the 605RP, and can be purchased on HomeDepot.com. Thanks, agian.
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Our existing fan/heater is hooked up to a thermostat and is vented from the top, it appears.

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October 18, 2014
Is it possible to wire this model into the thermostat wiring and can this model be vented from the top, as it appears most of the models I've looked at appear to vent from the end, not the top? We like this model, does Nutone make a make a model similar to this one that vents from the top?
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simply put elbow on vent to vent upward.
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January 20, 2015
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I would not recommend using a thermostat to control this heater/fan unit. Use a two separate switches one for exhaust fan the other for heat or a self winding timer to control the heat. I also would recommend a 20amp rated heavy duty switch to control the heater. I feel these fans are designed for more intermittent use. With a thermostat the heater will cycle on and off constantly. As far as venting you Read More
I would not recommend using a thermostat to control this heater/fan unit. Use a two separate switches one for exhaust fan the other for heat or a self winding timer to control the heat. I also would recommend a 20amp rated heavy duty switch to control the heater. I feel these fans are designed for more intermittent use. With a thermostat the heater will cycle on and off constantly. As far as venting you can use a 4" tin 90 degree elbow if there is room in he ceiling for it. Do not know if Nutone make a top vented unit like this one Read Less
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October 20, 2014
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Please contact our Technical Support Department at 888-336-6151 for assistance with your wiring and installation questions.
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HOW MANY AMPS DOES THIS PRODUCT NEED...15 OR 20

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It is code to load a 15amp circuit to 80% capacity. A 15 amp circuit can carry 1800 watts at 120volts. 80% of that number is 1440 watts. So if the fan/heater is on the circuit by itself with some other minor items you are good to go. Do not change the circuit breaker to 20amp unless you have #12 gauge wiring on that entire branch circuit.
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15 will be fine.
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October 25, 2012
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The fan/heater pulls 13.5 amps. 15 should be sufficient.
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Customer Reviews

Heat-A-Vent 70 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Fan with 1300-Watt Heater is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 35.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Bought this fan for a large master bathroom. I needed a heater with 15 amp. which this fan has. I... Bought this fan for a large master bathroom. I needed a heater with 15 amp. which this fan has. It works very well but is better suited for a smaller bathroom. It arrived in a sealed box but upon opening the hardware was missing (the screws). The plastic fitting for the exhaust was split in two and the side rails were bent. My electrician repaired it and installed it. Overall a good fan. It takes about 15 minutes to really warm up the bathroom on a cold morning. (My broom is about 150 sq ft)
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Could not install Bought one for replacing a vent and one to add a new vent to a bathroom. Waited for appointment. Electrician would not install bc he said there would have to be a dedicated circuit and he could not tell if we had one. So we had to return. Would have been nice to know beforehand.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A little loud It's a little louder than I hoped (heater) since I have a larger unit in my guest bathroom that is quieter. All and all it's worth the money and works real well.
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nothing against the product itself I didnt even just it BUT beware its only heat and exhaust no l... Nothing against the product itself I didnt even just it BUT beware its only heat and exhaust no light
Date published: 2016-12-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product. Better than the floor heaters. Great product. Better than the floor heaters.
Date published: 2016-12-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from no heat in bathroom i discovered that there was no heat coming from the vent in the floor of a bathroom. the HVAC company said that unless they were able to pull up the floor there was no easy solution to determine what the issue was. the Nutone heat a vent is a great solution as it will heat up a bathroom pretty quickly and is a very inexpensive option as a stop gap measure until we are ready to do a complete renovation of this bathroom. I actually purchased two units as i also had one installed in a bathroom in our basement that has a shower and gets used by guests who stay over. the units cost $120 a piece which I felt was a great value and an easy way to solve my problem.
Date published: 2011-02-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from TO BIG AND HEAVY NOT GOOD FOR SMALL BATHROOM TO BIG AND HEAVY NOT GOOD FOR SMALL BATHROOM
Date published: 2016-10-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from The heater works well but the fan is very loud... The heater works well but the fan is very loud and rattles.
Date published: 2017-01-17
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