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Two-Bulb Heater/Fan, (2) 250W BR40 Infrared Bulbs, Type IC, UL Listed for 60°C wiring (retrofits)
 
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4 out of 5
Combo Fan & Heater Replaces Space Heater & Exhaust Fan
By Don76
The average rating on "ease of installation" does indicate any fault of the 164. Although the installation steps are simply stated, significant effort is necessary to complete ..The heat lamps are controlled by a timer switch without an "always on" position as a safety precaution. So far the unit performs well, as it has only been in use for a few weeks.
I would prefer a schematic type diagram for wiring instructions.Ooverall I am pleased with the Broan 164
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I agree with the need for a schematic. Not for installation purposes but for troubleshooting. I can not yet rate the product as I have not been able to make the any of the described wire arrangements work as described.
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Two-Bulb Heater/Fan, (2) 250W BR40 Infrared Bulbs, Type IC, UL Listed for 60°C wiring (retrofits)
 

The wiring directions show 3 way switches. is there a diagram for three separate switches?

An actual schematic diagram would be a big help. I have wired according to the plan for each element to operate separately. when i do I only get the heat lamp to work. I have used solder to firm up the braided ends of the units wire harness. no luck. I am using 3 separate switches though.
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