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Model C350BN

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Replacement Motor Wheel - 50 CFM for 696N

$14.97 /each
  • "Check dimensions of yours to make sure new one matches" (Review)
  • "Inexpensive fixt to a broken bathroom fan" (Review)
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Now you can replace a worn out fan. You can also maintain like-new performance without having to deal with hard-wiring, ductwork or removing the old housing. This kit will easily snap into your existing housing.

  • Durable PVC construction
  • Replacement economy fan motor assembly
  • 50 CFM, 4.0 sones HVI 2100 certified
  • Fits NuTone 696N with housing size 8 in. x 7-1/4 in. only (not compatible with 7-1/2 in. x 7-1/4 in.)

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looking for Nutone 696NR02-B unit whihc is 71/2" x 71/4" unit.

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Devy12345
Edison,NJ
March 10, 2012
I bought the C350BN that says it does not fit the above size but then which one does? I can't seem to be able to disassemble the old motor from the fan otherwise would have just swapped the unit. The motor was burnt in the old unit. How do I take them apart?
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July 3, 2016
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The motor and fan for this item are the same as the 696NR. I bought this and just exchanged the motors. I used a screw driver to press the fan off the shaft. Very easy and quick to do. You have to remove the old unit from the housing to get to the two bolts (and nuts) that hold the motor on.
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December 28, 2015
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r0ck,
I followed your advice to take off the fan blade using the screwdriver, and it worked! Thank you very much. I would recommend trying r0ck's solution (carefully).
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April 28, 2013
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Search YouTube for nutone motor replacement. I followed that and it took 5 minutes to swap useable parts. I also had different size model but this worked great.
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December 5, 2012
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This question was posted 8 months ago, so I am sure the OP most likely found their answer by now. But, just in case anyone else is reading this with the same question, here's my response.
Here's what I just did with C350BN. I am no expert. I am a DIY'er that prefers to learn as I go. This was my first time changing out a bathroom fan. You're responsible for your own actions, and cannot blame me if you Read More
This question was posted 8 months ago, so I am sure the OP most likely found their answer by now. But, just in case anyone else is reading this with the same question, here's my response.
Here's what I just did with C350BN. I am no expert. I am a DIY'er that prefers to learn as I go. This was my first time changing out a bathroom fan. You're responsible for your own actions, and cannot blame me if you break yours in the process. =)
Before you start, compare the old motor and fan wheel with your new one. Verify that the fan wheel is the same size, and look under the fan wheel where the motor mounts to the metal frame. Verify that the two nuts are the same spacing apart. If this all looks correct, then continue reading.
I took two screwdrivers and put one under each side of the fan wheel to use as pry bars. I placed them so that they press against the metal frame when force was applied. I then lifted up on the screwdrivers and pried the fan wheel off of the shaft. It doesn't take much force. Mine slid off with ease. Then, you will see two nuts that hold the motor itself to the metal frame. Remove those and the motor is out. Do the same with your old unit (I had to cut my OLD fan wheel off with tin snips). Then, install the new motor into your frame. Snug up the two nuts, and lightly press the fan wheel back on. Now you have a new motor in the old frame.
As I said, this was my first experience with bathroom fan. I hope this info helps or at least gives you an idea of how to approach your situation. Read Less
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July 21, 2012
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I do not know about the C350BN, but I bought the 696N and removed -carefully, and slowly- the plastic fan from the motor shaft, than removed the 2 nuts from the motor holding bolts. Than bolted on the 17 years old 690AP "A" unit. Noisy, but works. Today I have to do the same thing in my other bathroom. They burned out in less than 1 month from each other.! ---> The new units are different size and they Read More
I do not know about the C350BN, but I bought the 696N and removed -carefully, and slowly- the plastic fan from the motor shaft, than removed the 2 nuts from the motor holding bolts. Than bolted on the 17 years old 690AP "A" unit. Noisy, but works. Today I have to do the same thing in my other bathroom. They burned out in less than 1 month from each other.! ---> The new units are different size and they have the plug in different place, like the old ones! Read Less
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April 14, 2012
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The replacement motor is made to fit the older 696N assembly that 8"x 7.25".
the new one you find (696N or C350BN) is made smaller. I have not seen a replacement motor for the new one. I just got the motor for my 14 years old fan.
Did not know when the changes the size of the whole assembly.
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March 12, 2012
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The replacement part number for the motor/blower assembly for your fan is S97012041. It can be ordered at the special order desk at your local Home Depot Store.
For detailed instructions on how to disassemble the old unit, please contact our Technical Services Department directly at 888-336-6151.
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Will this work on model 696N-R02

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November 14, 2015
It looks like different size out of the box
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Utah
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July 2, 2016
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No. It is a different size, and the hole for the plug is in a different place. I will have to return mine.
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January 23, 2016
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I bought this, but will have to return it. It is the right fit, but the power outlet location on this one is not compatible with mine. I have attached a picture of my original. I cannot find one with the power outlet in the same location. Notice the difference in the location of the power outlet.
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December 30, 2015
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yes that is the model I have
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November 16, 2015
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We apologize for the different appearance. It is possible it is due to the angle of the photograph. Please double check the model number on the item you received. If you have any additional questions or concerns, please contact Customer Service at 888-336-6146 for assistance.
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I have model NuTone 696NDB. Will this replacement work for that?

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Cincinnati, Ohio
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May 19, 2014
I have looked at alot of fans, but not even the NuTone 696N will work with this without having to replace the entire thing. I only want to replace the moter and fan.
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July 3, 2016
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It will not work as a direct replacement. But you can buy this and just exchange the motors. It's very easy to do. Two bolts to remove the motor. Very, very easy. Use a flat screw driver to press the fan off the shaft. Took me 5-10 minutes.
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May 18, 2016
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Yes... same noise and power, though... don't expect miracles
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May 20, 2014
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Hi, LeaAnn. Thank you for your question about the 696NDB. This model compared to the 696N did have some of the same parts, but not everything. If you picked-up parts for a 696N, then there’s a chance they would not work in the 696NDB. However, the C350BN is supposed to fit the 696NDB. I would suggest ordering it, and if it does not fit just return it to your local Home Depot store, and then contact our Read More
Hi, LeaAnn. Thank you for your question about the 696NDB. This model compared to the 696N did have some of the same parts, but not everything. If you picked-up parts for a 696N, then there’s a chance they would not work in the 696NDB. However, the C350BN is supposed to fit the 696NDB. I would suggest ordering it, and if it does not fit just return it to your local Home Depot store, and then contact our Customer Service Department at 888-336-3948. Thanks, again. Read Less
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May 19, 2014
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i doubt that you'll find an exact fit replacement. What I did was to remove new fan from bracket and mount it to the old bracket, onle 2 screws holding it, that went right back in place.
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Will this work with an older Broan 663c/688c?

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August 12, 2016
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The motor assembly shown will only work in the NuTone 696N with a housing size of 8" x 7-1/4". The Broan 663/688 used a 7-1/4" x 7-1/2". If you need to purchase the replacement motor assembly for the 663-c/688-c, contact Customer Service at 888-336-3948 and they can assist you. The correct replacement part for your unit is S97012029. Thank you.
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August 11, 2016
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Check the motor mounting position. If it lines up, put it on the old housing. Odds are that the entire housing will not fit
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Shelby Township, MI
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August 11, 2016
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There are so many replacement fans that are interchangeable. The best thing to do is to take the old one to HD with you and compare fans. Another option is to buy one and return it if it does not match. HD is very good about returns.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by fixes the problem, great price Bathroom exhaust fan, The metal plate that was attached to it didn't fit in my trailer, but it was very easy to switch out with the ones in the house. Replacing 17 year old fans. THis was cheaper than I could find the motor for online. total install time with chaning the plate under 5 minutes. very easy to do, and I am not a professional. August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by That Was Easy This has to be the easiest repair ever. A bit of trouble identifying the part as it was installed when the house was built in 1996 and the painters covered the label. Cleaning the enclosure and grille took longer than installation. Just use the retaining screw from the old unit, align the mounting tabs and tighten the screw. Plug it in, insert the grill retainers and it's ready for service. Very easy. The entire system can be purchased for the same price as the repair part but there are some design changes that I chose to avoid but if the grille had faded or discolored, it may have been an consideration. It's a bit on the noisy side but not an issue. It's just doing its job - moving air. I'm also pleased to see Made in USA from domestic and imported parts. Inexpensive and American made! August 13, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by not correct replacement part I purchased this item in the past but it seems your supplier changed or the fan I have was replace or discontinued because the new one which is the same make as the last one is not the same and will not work as a replacement in my bathroom exhaust fan. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great replacement piece. Great replacement piece. Works great and a lot easier than replacing the entire unit. August 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Exhaust fan Easy install. Quiet fan. Installed in minutes. Replaces most traditional fans. July 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Just needed the fan and motor I was looking to find a replacement for a Broan exhaust fan that is 40 years old! Could not find a easy change out replacement. I did find this economical fix. I took the motor and fan blade from this unit and it fits in the old frame with some mechanical ingenuity. I had to use the longer screws from the old unit and run them the other way trough the new fan motor housing then put it all together but it was relatively easy and seems to work fine. Holds a piece of facial tissue up when running. June 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Handy repair part I had to repair an exhaust fan in a bathroom that had burnt out. I had to disassemble the replacement unit to mount on the original housing plate. The motor screw pattern was the same as was the blade size. The bath fan is repaired without having to cut the housing out of the ceiling. It runs very quietly and moves air effectively. June 21, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by cooler This fan works great. My AC works a lot less than it used to. Great investment. June 28, 2016
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