Sign up for Style & Decor emails and save on your next order. Valid on select items.
Yes, it can. It uses 3-1/4" x 10" rectangular duct out of the rear.
Yes, they are. It is an open bottom.
The F403001 range hood only has 1 speed. The difference in CFM is due to how the range hood is installed/ducted. A rectangular duct will allow for 160 CFM and a round duct will allow for 190 CFM. It does not reach 230 CFM.
The 46000L series uses an aluminum filter if ducted to the outside. That part number S97006931. A charcoal filter must be used along with the aluminum filter if this is a non-ducted installation. The part number for the charcoal filter is S97007696. The filters are 10-1/2" x 8-3/4". Contact our Customer Service Department at 888-336-3948 for assistance with obtaining replacement parts on Broan-NuTone products.
The unit has knock outs on the back at the wall, you would need to remove the unit and knock out the matching metal to fit your exhaust duct work. If the house does not have the ductwork already in place then you must add it or leave the unit as is. All of these range hoods are really useless, they either spray the smoke, filled with oil, in your face and all over the kitchen or they make a vain attempt to fan it through the tube or duct up through your attic and outside. Now I ask you, do you think that little fan is going to send oil filled smoke up that high and outside? I don't, it may send it up a foot or so but then it's coming right back down into the unit and usually drip out through the screen!
I believe you can. Hard wire is taking the electric wires from the wall and connecting it to the wires built into the hood. To have a plug in, I believe you would need a plug in cord with the other end having the wires showing which would be similar appearance as the wire coming out of your wall. When you connect the plug in cord (or wall wire cord) be sure to use wire nuts. I think it's the yellow nuts, which is a tad bit larger than the orange nuts that come with the hood.
yes it comes with one filter
Range Hoods are categorized in standard appliance sizes of 24", 30",42" etc. But the actual exact width of the hood measures 29.875" so Home Depot is listing both on their website.
I think it's only that length or longer. It comes with punch through holes to adjust where your ducts are. it's a small difference so I don't think it would be an issue.