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Model QTXN110HL

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QTX Series Very Quiet 110 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Fan with Incandescent Light and Heater

$303.28 /each
  • Very quiet motor operates at 0.9 sones
  • 1,500-watt heater provides nearly instant heating
  • Motor is engineered for continuous operation

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With a motor engineered for continuous operation, the NuTone QTX Series Very Quiet 110 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Fan with Incandescent Light and Heater operates at a very quiet 0.9 sones. The fan provides incandescent lighting, nighttime lighting and heating. Use two 60-watt incandescent bulbs and one 7-watt bulb for primary and nighttime lighting (bulbs not included). The 1,500-watt heater provides nearly instant heat. Use the UL-listed fan in rooms up to 100 sq. ft. This fan requires a dedicated 20 Amp circuit.

  • 110 CFM reduces moisture to help prevent mildew
  • Use two 60-watt incandescent bulbs and one 7-watt bulb for primary and nighttime lighting (bulbs not included)
  • White polymeric grille matches most decors
  • Rugged galvanized steel housing stands up to moisture
  • Requires a dedicated 20 amp circuit
  • UL listed and HVI 2100 certified for your safety and protection
  • Polymeric, 6 in. round damper/duct connector for optimal performance and no metallic clatter

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Can this unit be used with a smaller vent size? My existing ductwork is only 4".

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March 13, 2013
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February 18, 2014
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I would not recommend using a reducer from 6" to 4" it will reduce efficiency and could cause undo strain on the motor.
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October 29, 2013
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yes but the 6" size moves more air. I use a reducer up at the top end to size down if needed. Use metal ducking for fire haz. because of the heat.
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March 14, 2013
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A 6-inch duct is recommended for use with this fan/heater due to the volume of air moved and the heat function. Using a smaller duct can overwork the motor and may invalidate your warranty. If you want a fan/heater combination that produces 110 CFM of air movement and uses a 4-inch duct, we would suggest the QT9093WH.
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When the heater stops working what do you do?

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October 30, 2011
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October 29, 2013
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you can take out just the heater part. Turn off elect. then take off the grill (two screw on ea. side) unplug the heater up-inside, then remove the two nuts that hold the heater, then lift out of the slots on the other side and remove. arrange for replacement, and reinstall.
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Michigan
July 5, 2012
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Our heater stopped working after a few years and we bought a "heating element". Hubby replaced it and now it works like new.
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October 31, 2011
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Thank you for your e.mail / request. To properly answer your question, I need to know what model you have. I would suspect that the thermal protector could be the issue, however, guessing about the problem is not the best way. If you are having difficulty locating the model, you can contact us in the Broan-NuTone Customer Service Department and we will be happy to assist any way we possibly can.
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Thank you for your e.mail / request. To properly answer your question, I need to know what model you have. I would suspect that the thermal protector could be the issue, however, guessing about the problem is not the best way. If you are having difficulty locating the model, you can contact us in the Broan-NuTone Customer Service Department and we will be happy to assist any way we possibly can.
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can this unit be install in the shower area ceiling

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February 4, 2016
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Yes, this can be installed.
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January 28, 2016
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No. Units that have a built-in heater can not be mounted inside the tub/shower enclosure. They need to be a couple of feet from that enclosed area. If you have further questions, dial 888-336-3948 and talk to our Customer Service Department. Thank you.
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Differences between 2 exhaust fans?

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July 21, 2013
What is the difference between this model (#QTXN110HL) and model #QTXN110HFLT? I would like to replace an existing older model Nutone exhaust fan (which also has a heater, light and nightlight, in addition to the fan), and I'm not sure which model to order. (The old unit is very noisy, and the exhaust fan is not very effective.) It is installed in the ceiling of our bathroom, which is in a lower level condo (there are neighbors above us, so I'm not sure where the ductwork goes...). Thanks for your help...
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October 29, 2013
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The #QTXN110HL has regular light bulbs or you can use LEDS.
The #QTXN110HFLT uses Compact Flor. lights. I think the Comp. Flor. are on there way out. They have lead in them so don't just throw them out, can be a fire hazard when they burn out.
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July 22, 2013
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Hi, Barbara. Thank you for your question concerning these two Heat/Vent/Light combo units. We appreciate your business. These two units are exactly the same in every way EXCEPT for the light. Model QTXN110HL uses 2-60Watt bulbs. Model QTXN110HFLT uses a 36Watt fluorescent bulb instead. Thanks, again.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 35 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This is a revolutionary upgrade in HeaterVentLight units. I am crazy impressed with the quietness of the exhaust fan which is isolated from the entire unit using nice rubber grommet style vibration isolators. The heater fan though, a second fan and motor, is not isolated. It is mounted directly to the housing. It does not get used nearly as much as the exhaust fan though especially in warmer climates. This HVL looks good with its stylish light lens which is easily removable for all bulb changes. The new trick bayonet mount main lamps are so much easier and more secure than the old style screw in lamps that are easily dropped when unscrewing. A lot of thought and design went into this one. I am a general contractor that does mainly remodels and I bought one for a bath remodel in my home. The only thing I would change is to replace the fluorescent spiral bulbs which are now outdated with warm LEDs. This may increase the cost of the unit a bit but I think it worth the slight increase. I also would put a flexible seal along the cover upper edge where it contacts the ceiling. This would prevent light leaks on slightly irregular ceiling surfaces. It is a minor thing but it doesn't look good in my home and may not look good in a customers home. April 21, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by this product has not lived up to my expectations originally purchased this unit about 15 yrs ago..the heater worked well for 9 or 10 years and then has given up no end of trouble..We replaced the heating unit three times, the most recent replacement was in april of this year, and again it is no longer working..when the heater works it does a great job, but it is hard to understand why the unit burns out so frequently.. December 25, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by works great! with what i paid for it you think they could of spared more wire with the unit to wire it up. works great! withwhat i paid for it you think they could of spared more wirewith the unitto wire it up January 19, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Trouble In Paradise I am only giving this product a low score because in less than 1 year after installation, about 1 year & 1 week after I picked up from HD, the heating element quit (like about 15 minutes before I started writing this review). It is something I have come to depend on and while I'd read that some elements died after a few years, I never expected it to quit this quickly. Otherwise, I love this product, the fan clears the bathroom rather quickly and has been instrumental in keeping the mold from returning. The heater has been a blessing to just get the chill off, I rarely keep it on for more than 5 minutes and it has warmed up the bathroom nicely. The dual lights are each perfect for different times in the middle of the night when needed. Because I love this product, I will definitely be fixing the heating element, just disappointed it went out after a short time using it. If you buy this product, buy the extra warranty, I didn't read the extended warranty rules, big mistake, HD warranty starts After the manufactures 1 year limited warranty expires and you're covered for 3 more years.. December 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This was the perfect choice for our bathroom. This was the perfect choice for our bathroom. We not only got a vent fan, but a night light and heat as well. We keep the up stairs temperature fairly low at night and the heat was so cozy when we showered, etc. It has been in service at least nine years and is used several times a day. I would highly recommend it. July 30, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by New fan with heater Installed by professional electrician who divided it into 4 switches: nightlight, overhead light, fan, and heater. When the main light has been on a while the fan starts up... don't know yet if this is to reduce heat build up from 2 light bulbs? September 16, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by heating element not that great I also had to replace my heating element after 5 years and had to pick up the cost of the heater and pay an electrician to install it. Otherwise happy with the product. I have to replace the grill, that broke after several openings to change the bulbs. July 19, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Money well spent This exhaust fan is top of the line and great value for the money. It is quiet and heats up the bathroom very fast. The only reason I gave it 4 versus 5 stars is because it has an extra night light which requires an additional line of electricity and would have been more expensive to add. Nowhere in the description does it indicate this extra feature - until you open up the box! Imagine my surprise when my handyman informed me that it actually has 4 features instead of 3 but he can only install the stated 3 because of the way my bathroom is wired. I plan to purchase another one and hope it won't be too much work to rewire my bathroom to activate the night light. Either way this unit saves me from having to tear up my bathroom floor and install a heated floor. March 10, 2015
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