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NuTone

Model # QTN110E

Internet # 202518602

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QT Series Very Quiet 110 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan, ENERGY STAR Qualified

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  • Very quiet motor operates at only 1.0 sones
  • For use in rooms up to 100 sq. ft.
  • Galvanized steel housing is durable

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The NuTone QT Series Very Quiet 110 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan, ENERGY STAR Qualified operates at 1.0 sones for very quiet use, and is ideal for use in rooms up to 100 sq. ft. Galvanized steel housing stands up to wear, and the white finish offers a classic, stylish look. The fan is ENERGY STAR compliant for energy-efficient use, and surface-mount installation allows for hassle-free setup.

  • White polymeric grille matches any decor
  • Rugged, 26-Gauge galvanized steel housing stands up to moisture
  • Dynamically balanced centrifugal blower wheel for quiet, efficient performance
  • Sturdy, easy, four-point mounting directly to joist
  • Includes unique spacer (patent pending) for mounting to engineered “I” joists
  • 110 CFM for great performance
  • Quiet 1.0 sones
  • Plug-in, permanently lubricated motor - engineered for continuous operation
  • Manages moisture in room up to 100 sq. ft.
  • ENERGY STAR qualified for energy efficient operation
  • UL listed for use over bathtubs and showers when connected to a GFCI protected branch circuit (ceiling mount only)

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Specifications

Dimensions

Housing Length (in.) 
10.5 
Housing Width (in.) 
11.375 
Maximum Room Size (ft sq) 
100 
Product Height (in.) 
8.625 
Product Length (in.) 
13 
Product Width (in.) 
14 

Details

Air Volume (CFM) 
110 
Bath Fan Features 
No additional Features 
Ceiling or Wall Installation 
Ceiling 
Color Family 
White 
Duct Compatible Sizes 
4 in 
Fan Sound Level (Sones) 
1.0 
Housing Material 
Galvanized Steel 
Mounting Style 
Recessed 
Product Weight (lb.) 
9.75 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed,HVI Certified 
ENERGY STAR Certified 
Yes 
Manufacturer Warranty 
Limited 3 year 

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Why am i getting cold air through the vents and what do I do about it.

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July 29, 2015
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From what I've seen on the installation instructions, even the manufacturer suggests you cut the hole in the ceiling drywall slightly larger than the fan housing (box). Think about it....... that gap around the fan box opens the bathroom up to the air in the attic, and it could be as simple as when the air in the attic is cold, it drops down through the vent cover into the bathroom. Just sayin'. I Read More
From what I've seen on the installation instructions, even the manufacturer suggests you cut the hole in the ceiling drywall slightly larger than the fan housing (box). Think about it....... that gap around the fan box opens the bathroom up to the air in the attic, and it could be as simple as when the air in the attic is cold, it drops down through the vent cover into the bathroom. Just sayin'. I installed mine with the flange at the bottom of the box flush with the ceiling joist, resting on the drywall, and opened the hole in the ceiling drywall out to the inside edge of the fan box. Then I put pieces of foil duct tape over any holes inside the box that are open to the attic, so the fan draws air out of the bathroom and not the attic. Read Less
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apparently, you are not using a "flapper" at the end of the exhaust, where it terminates. This will greatly reduce the draft coming into your fan.
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January 23, 2014
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I installed my bathroom fan from the attic. I added insulation all around the out side of the fan box, then covered the fan box and air duct with a lot of insullation. I do not get any cold air through the vents.
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January 7, 2014
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Thank you for your question about vents and cold air. There can be several reasons. Possibly, the damper on the outside is broken. I would start there first. If you live in a very windy area it could easily lift the damper and then cold air can come inside. We do not make a cover for the inside. If you‘d like to contact our Technical Support Department, dial 888-336-6151 and they can assist. Thanks, Read More
Thank you for your question about vents and cold air. There can be several reasons. Possibly, the damper on the outside is broken. I would start there first. If you live in a very windy area it could easily lift the damper and then cold air can come inside. We do not make a cover for the inside. If you‘d like to contact our Technical Support Department, dial 888-336-6151 and they can assist. Thanks, again. Read Less
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Can this fan be mounted on the wall?

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We are wanting to install a vent fan inside the shower. We need one on the wall because the hot water heater drain line is in the attic above the shower. Will this fan work inside the shower installed on the wall?
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March 25, 2014
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Only if you have very deep cavities between the studs. Very doubtful. These are made for ceiling mounts;i.e., attics.
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March 24, 2014
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This cannot be installed in the wall. Additionally we recommend installing this fan 2-3 feet from the tub/shower enclosure.
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I would not install it on a wall inside a shower.
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does fan free flow when not turnned on this is preffered

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this fan may "free flow" when not in use, but most probably not.
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what does free flow mean?
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January 27, 2014
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No, it does not. For additional fan operation assistance, please contact our Technical Support Department at 888-336-6151.
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will this work with 2x6 construction, what is the over all required depth from dry wall surface to roof sheeting?

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If there is an accessible attic space with room above the location for work it should fit. Keep in mind that follow on work (repair or replacement) will require attic access to the fan as well. If your installation is in the ceiling, anything less than 2x8 joists will require additional framing / bracing to provide adequate attachment points to mount the fan securely.
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If there is an accessible attic space with room above the location for work it should fit. Keep in mind that follow on work (repair or replacement) will require attic access to the fan as well. If your installation is in the ceiling, anything less than 2x8 joists will require additional framing / bracing to provide adequate attachment points to mount the fan securely.
I would not recommend this fan for wall mounting, as it does not have the right connections / mounting points for a vertical position.
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It will work with 2x6 construction. The over all required depth from dry wall surface to roof sheet depends on how small the installer is. (If the roof sheet is not on yet, 12" from dry-wall to sheet is plenty.
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February 27, 2012
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Hi, Stew. Thanks for your installation question. The depth of the housing is 7-5/8", so you really need 2" x 8" joists. However, if you would like to discuss this further with our Technical Support group, please dial 888-336-6151. Thanks, again.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 135 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Quiet as Published I love this QTN110E model, which replaced my older much noisier unit. The high powered fan also removes the steam in my bathroom a lot quicker these days and I'm so happy about that. I would highly recommend the QTN110E model. April 26, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by This Product makes more noise than the 10 year old Broan I replaced Installed the Light/Fan and it was making noise from the motor or fan. I called and I was sent a replacement fan part, installed and the same noise is occurring. Not happy with the over all performance and I wouldn't recommend this product. April 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Exhausted at last ! Performance excellent. However I would not say that it is quiet at all. Giving a rating on quietness I give a 5 out of a 10, a 10 being quiet. Exhaust works great in clearing the room of fog and moisture after taking a hot shower. March 2, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice fan, works great Very happy with the fan. A little louder that expected but works well. October 4, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Huge upgrade This fan was a huge upgrade of the 50CFM unit that was put in when the house was built in 2003. It keeps the mirror fog-free, and is much quieter to boot. One minor quibble: if you look at how the box is designed, it's meant for new construction and for remodel/upgrades, you have to either install it in the attic above, or put additional slices into your sheetrock so that the screw flanges can pass through. I am blessed to have a nice big attic to crawl around in, so I installed it in the attic and let the box just sit on top of the sheetrock. Of course, I cut out the hole to the edges of the box as the old unit was much smaller. I also used silicone caulk to seal the edges of the box to the sheetrock, to minimize air being drawn into the fan from the ceiling space. Overall, highly recommended. September 29, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by QTN110E Review I bought 4 of these fans to replace the 35 year contractor shower exhaust fans. The new fans are very noisy and the cfm level is very low. To be quite honest, I wish I had not replaced my old fans. The old fan cfm levels were higher than the 110 cfm levels of the new fan. Also, the noise level of the old fan is almost the same as the new. The noise level of the new fan is suppose to be 1.0 sones which equals 29.2 dBA. The noise level of the new fan is much higher than 1sones or 29.2 dBA. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS FAN! September 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by good value Very quiet and seems to do the job. Installation was not to difficult if you know what your doing. October 18, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This Product has great features and reliable We put the Nutone ENERGY STAR® qualified 110 CFM Very Quiet Ventilation Fan in our bathroom about two months ago and it is awesome it removes the moisture in the bathroom very quickly and is very quite. I would recommend this to any one you would not be disappointed. October 17, 2015
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