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Heater/Fan/Light, White Plastic Grille, 70 CFM
 
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4 / 5
I have two of these fans
PostedFebruary 20, 2013
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FromClinton, TN, USA
Age:Over 65
Gender:Male
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I replaced both of the fans in my upstairs bathrooms with Broan 655 heat/light/fan and I am pleased. These are a little noisy but most fans are. The price was very reasonable and the quality is great.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Heater/Fan/Light, White Plastic Grille, 70 CFM
 

Broan 655 wireing question

Is this an exhaust fan? If so how do I wire to exhaust when I turn the light on and when I turn the other light switch to turn on the heater does the fan work to blow the heat down? The way it works out of the box is one switch turns on the light only and the other switch turns the fan and heater on. Is that exhausting and heating at the same time? Confused.
You need a triple switch, one for fan, one for light, and one for the heater. I wired mine up for 3 separate functions and all work great. Sounds like you need to hire an electrician. Good luck
1 year, 5 months ago
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Clinton, TN, USA