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110 CFM Very Quiet 0.9 Sones Fan with 1500W heater, 2-60W incandescent light and 7W night-light (bulbs not included). Recommend 77 Series switch.
 
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5 / 5
5 / 5
Great product with exhaust fan, heater and lights
PostedSeptember 26, 2013
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FromIndianapolis, IN, USA
Age:Over 65
Gender:Male
Ease of installation 
4 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
5 / 5
We installed a QTX110HL two years ago when we had our bathroom remodeled. It works great and we just had another one installed in our other bathroom since the existing fan did not remove the moisture effectively when showering. The new Broan QTX110HL is quieter, removes the moisture effectively (no more foggy mirror) and will keep us warm when winter comes. Great product.
Yes, I recommend this product.
 
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110 CFM Very Quiet 0.9 Sones Fan with 1500W heater, 2-60W incandescent light and 7W night-light (bulbs not included). Recommend 77 Series switch.
 

Is it OK to run both the exhaust fan and heater on the model QTX110HL at the same time?

Since there are separate switches for both the exhaust fan and the heater, I am assuming the unit is designed for both to be run simultaneously. It is nice in winter to have the exhaust fan running and to also have the heater on. Are there any specific instructions regarding the use of both the fan and the heater at the same time?
 
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