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70 CFM No Cut Ceiling Mount Exhaust Bath Fan

  • Helps eliminate humidity and odor from your bathroom
  • Prevents the build-up of mildew
  • Designed to make minimal noise
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The Hampton Bay 70 CFM No Cut Ceiling Mount Exhaust Bath Fan is the perfect choice for reducing humidity levels, preventing mildew and keeping your bath smelling clean and fresh. Designed to keep moisture at bay, this bath exhaust fan works well in bathrooms as large as 70 sq. ft., quietly operating at a low 2.0 Sone level. It contains a high quality AC inductor capacitor motor and is UL-listed. Featuring a subtle, low-profile fan grille, the 70 CFM Bath Fan fits in seamlessly with almost any bathroom style.

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Ratings
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Air Volume (CFM)50809070
Fan Sound Level (Sones)3.02.02.02.0
Housing Width (in.)7.257.2597.17
Housing Length (in.)7.257.5097.52
Maximum Room Size (sq. ft.)60809070
FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Cut InstallationNo Additional FeaturesNo Cut Installation
Installation TypeCeilingCeilingCeilingCeiling
Grill ShapeRectangleSquareSquareSquare
Mount TypeRecessedRecessedSemi-Flush MountRecessed
IncludedNo Additional Items IncludedHardwareHardwareHardware
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Specifications

Dimensions

Housing Length (in.)
7.52
Housing Width (in.)
7.17
Product Height (in.)
6.1 in
Product Length (in.)
10.67 in
Product Width (in.)
8.66 in

Details

Air Volume (CFM)
70
Amperage (amps)
0.19
Color/Finish
Off-White
Duct Compatible Sizes
3 in
Fan Sound Level (Sones)
2.0
Features
No Cut Installation
Grill Shape
Square
Housing Material
Galvanized Steel
Included
Hardware
Installation Type
Ceiling
Maximum Room Size (sq. ft.)
70
Mount Type
Recessed
Pack Size
1
Product Weight (lb.)
4.9
Room Size
Small Room Fan
Voltage (volts)
120
Wattage (watts)
25

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Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year Limited Warranty

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Very easy to install in a small bathroom where the old fan (much larger in size) needed replacing...
Very easy to install in a small bathroom where the old fan (much larger in size) needed replacing. This fan moves air fine and is one of most quiet fans I’ve ever installed. I would most assuredly recommend this fan.
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Nice fan easy installation, a little louder than I had hoped
Nice fan easy installation, a little louder than I had hoped
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I replaced the builders grade broan/nutone ~15.00 50 cfm exhaust fan with this bad boy. It's hal...
I replaced the builders grade broan/nutone ~15.00 50 cfm exhaust fan with this bad boy. It's half as quiet and you might not think going from 50 to 70 cfms makes a big difference in a small bathroom...it does. The old one fits the height of a 2x4, where this model fits a 2x6. Well worth the extra cost! P.S. I completely disassembled this before installing to check build quality...it's there.
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My Review/Installation Tips: Just finished installing this. I bought it to replace a very old Nut...
My Review/Installation Tips: Just finished installing this. I bought it to replace a very old Nutone fan (potentially from the 60's) that was going dead in my apartment bathroom. Actually this is the second fan I bought to do the job, the first one I bought was the cheapest option Home Depot currently offers, the 14 dollar Nutone fan. After sizing things up I realized that the Nutone fan I bought did not not have a grille that would fully cover the hole left behind from the original Nutone (which would not be good looking). So I took a gamble on buying this instead because: 1.) It looked like it had a longer grille (the Hampton's grille is about 9.5in x 8.625in, which is just enough to cover the hole!) 2.) The wiring port is in the right spot for my set up (consider this factor when choosing a fan so you can avoid splicing in extra wire, making the job more complicated.) 3.) I'm hoping that the motor lasts longer, despite being harder to replace than the economy Nutone. Tips and things to consider: -You will definitely need attic access for this one, unless you can somehow cut the hole wide just wide enough to access the sides and screw it in from an angle? You would have to find some bigger grille to cover the gaping hole left behind. So yeah, probably don't get this if you can't access it from an attic.. -Check the grille to see if it actually covers your hole before you start installing. -If you have to cut the drywall to fit it, consider using a sharp utility knife (specifically those construction types that have the really wide and long extendable blade) and cut from the attic side. If you make multiple passes and do it carefully you can cut it cleaner than with a drywall hand saw. I once cut a hole in my room wall big enough to crawl through using this method and the edges of the cut came out decently clean, for my second attempt ever at cutting drywall. -When you are ready to drills holes and mount the box, consider screwing a 2x4 into the ceiling going across the hole so that you can simply rest the fan on the 2x4 board and it will be perfectly level as long as the 2x4 is flush with the ceiling. -Before you attach it MAKE SURE THE BOX IS IN THE MIDDLE OF THE OPENING, LENGTHWISE [if the opening is larger than you need it to be like mine was] This will ensure that when you attach the grille it won't leave the opening exposed on one side. -Save parts/screws from the old fan. You may need them. I used some of the hardware from the previous one on the electrical wiring, where it goes into the box (see pictures). Take your wiring seriously and make sure that it is connected solid (can't be pulled apart without a forceful effort) before stuffing it back into the fan compartment. No copper on the black and white wires is showing AT ALL. -Duct tape the outlet duct where it connects to the rest of your ductwork to seal it off. Also, I had to trim some of the metal ducting to fit the fan better, so don't forget your tin snips just incase you aren't working with flexible ducting and need to shorten it for whatever reason... - Don't forget to re-insulate around the fan when you're done. Anyways, my thoughts on the fan overall: It sounds great when running actually. It's not too quiet but not loud. It make's a nice "hush" noise that fills the room, the kind that I associate with better quality fans. The grille is actually not as good looking as the budget Nutone that I mentioned earlier, only because you can see through it. At least it's not square shaped and not too noticeable, like some bathroom fans I've seen. Also the 70 cfm spec on this fan is probably going to be much better in the long run compared to the Nutone's 50cfm. I'm glad I went with this one, I think it was worth the 30 dollars and most of all, thanks to the larger grille that it has, it hides the gaps left behind on my ceiling!
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    MUCH more quiet than the original fan from 1991 and rated 20cfm higher! I'm considering getting a...
    MUCH more quiet than the original fan from 1991 and rated 20cfm higher! I'm considering getting another one for the en suite where noise level makes a huge difference. The quality seems much higher compared to a new NuTone 696N. (Probably can't be maintained as easily though.) A few downsides for me: The original fan was 1/2 inch wider (8"), so I need to seal a 1/4 gap on both sides. (The cover covers it.) I made all the connections from below the ceiling, then went into the attic to secure the fan with screws. I could only get one screw in on the vent side. I don't know if the duct could be removed, but that's the only way to get clearance. It seems secure enough with 3 screws though. It doesn't seem possible to secure the unit from below the ceiling. Centering the unit and setting the depth alone was not efficient. Working in the attic with deep, loose fiberglass was a pain, but at least it wasn't hot.
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      Very quote and works very nice
      Very quote and works very nice
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      6 found this review helpful
      Easy install and very functional!!
      The fan is the same dimensions as most exhaust fans so I have yet to cut out a bigger hole in the ceiling in order to replace. Overall the fan is fairly quiet and install was a breeze!!
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      It is just perfect. It is quiet and was fairly easy to install.
      It is just perfect. It is quiet and was fairly easy to install.
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