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Bathroom Fan, 70 CFM

BROAN

Price: $67.30 / each

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  • Item # 4C538
  • Mfr. Model # 162
  • UNSPSC # 40101604
  • Catalog Page # 4122
  • Shipping Weight 7.6 lbs.
Country of Origin ChinaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemBathroom Fan
  • Type1-Bulb Heater
  • CFM @ 0.100-In. SP70
  • Sones @ 0.100-In. SP @ 5 Ft.3.5
  • Duct Dia. (In.)4
  • DischargeHorizontal
  • Voltage120
  • Hz60
  • Phase1
  • Amps2.5
  • Watts50
  • Heat Watts250
  • Nominal RPM2500
  • Grille Length (In.)10-1/4
  • Grille Width (In.)10-1/4
  • Housing Height (In.)6-3/8
  • Housing Length (In.)8-3/8
  • Housing Width (In.)8-1/8
  • Housing MaterialSteel
  • Grille MaterialWhite Polymeric
  • Mounting LocationCeiling
  • Agency ComplianceUL Listed, HVI Certified
  • Requires250-watt R40 Infared Lamp (2V294)
  • IncludesEasy-to-mount Four-point Adjustable Mounting Brackets, White Polymeric Grilles, 4" Round Duct Outlet, Quiet Plastic Damper and Squirrel-cage Plastic Blower Wheel
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  • 99080159

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Rated 4 out of 5 by 1reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Works as it should, looks decent enough. The installation of the product is pretty average in terms of exhaust fans. Unless you have an open ceiling or plan on cutting from joist to joist, you'll need access from above. I did enjoy the adjustments of the mounting brackets which allow for play in thickness of the drywall.The wiring diagram is kind of confusing at first because it's not typical. The junction box was a little tight when putting it back on, I had to bend the metal tab a bit.I don't know for sure that this thing produces only 70 sones, however I did fill the gaps and tried to keep things as secure as possible to lower that. It does seem better after the fact.The grill is kind of cheap, it attaches uses to springs. Luckily you don't need to remove it to replace the light bulb, otherwise I'd see this being a problem.This had no bearing on me, but after a quick search I wasn't able to find any 4" to 3" adapters made by Broan, This model takes 4" so make sure that's what you have if you're replacing an existing unit.Overall I was able to complete this (start to finish) in about an 1 hour and 15 minutes, and this includes adding insulation, and new duct work. June 26, 2014
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You should have access to the mechanicals by removing the heat lamp and grille cover. There may be another panel inside that protects the electrical wiring. Always make sure to disconnect power when working on electrical components. You may also want to consider calling our HVAC teach team for further assistance.

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