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Heater/Fan/Light, 1500W Heater, 100W Incandescent Light, 100CFM
 
Overall rating 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Pleased with the product for sound and light
PostedJanuary 26, 2014
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FromCypress, TX
Age:Over 65
Gender:Male
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5 / 5
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The overall quality is good. Quiet and vents well. Good light and heat. The heating element has failed after 15 months of installation.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Model HL 100

I need the heating element part replacement. Where can I purchase one?
10 months ago
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David1
Cypress, TX
 
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Heater/Fan/Light, 1500W Heater, 100W Incandescent Light, 100CFM
 

No heat. is there a fuse within the unit?

The heating element in the fan unit has probably failed. Contact Broan Service for advice- maybe even a free replacement.
8 months ago
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David1
Cypress, TX
 
Heater/Fan/Light, 1500W Heater, 100W Incandescent Light, 100CFM
 

How do we remove the cover to wash it?

Slotted screwdriver at center edge of light cover, either side. Pop cover loose. Remove light bulb and locate cap nut in center of unit. Remove cap nut to lower unit and clean.
10 months ago
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David1
Cypress, TX
 
Heater/Fan/Light, 1500W Heater, 100W Incandescent Light, 100CFM
 

heater doesn"t work

Heating element is bad. Replace
10 months ago
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David1
Cypress, TX