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Broan Allure II

I have a Broan Allure range hood. It's 5 years old. Recently the bulbs went out, a few weeks apart. My wife said it made a big flicker and blew, now upon installing the new bulbs, there is no control over the lights - no on/off and no dimming function. Any ideas? Everything else works fine (fan on/off and multiple speeds)

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  • Anonymous Nov 08, 2007

    I have a similar problem, one bulb blew, wife said that was a loud popping when it happend, replaced the bulb, now I can't turn the lights off, and the #3 settting on my fan isn't working.

  • Dan Phillips Nov 11, 2007

    Same thing happened to ours--right bulb blew, and now the light is stuck on the highest setting. Fan still works, however....



    I opened it up and banged what I supposed were the relays (the black cubes on the right of the controller), but that didn't wake anything up.

  • pieceofjunk Nov 21, 2007

    Same thing happened to mine. The right bulb blew so I replaced it and the light wouldn't work. The left one was usable until that one went as well and now neither work, although; I have never had an issue with the fan. As my hood was still under warranty, the company sent me a new controller and guess what? I replaced the control unit and the lights still don't work. So don't waste your money purchasing a new control unit. I still haven't found out what's wrong with the lights, but I am going to attempt replacing the light sockets (waaay cheaper than purchasing a control unit), and if that doesn't work; I'll be purchasing a new hood and you can bet that it won't be a Broan.

  • Anonymous Jan 09, 2008

    Same problem on my Allure.

    The lights or Fan go crazy and I have to throw the breaker.

    There is a fault in the design of the controller (null state in the statemachine)

  • bordercat Feb 29, 2008

    I have the Allure II also. Mine is less than 2 years old. Within 3 months of install it just died. DOA. So discovering there is a board that basically controls the light and fan I removed it. I called Nutone regarding them sending me a new one on their dime. $154 bucks BTW. They said to cycle the power. Well it worked for about a year and a half.
    It just died again tonight. Cycled the power 3 times to get to come back. Still no go.
    I will be calling Nutone to get them cover the cost of a new one. I would pony up $20-30 for the repair but 154 plus taxes and shipping is a rip off. Stay tuned for the results.

  • jeffrose1948 Apr 20, 2009

    NO Lights and No Fan - all went out at once - the two halogen lights were less than a month old. Unit is about 7 years old - 3 speed fan type

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The problem is definetly the control board.
Part# R111638=$110.00. I do service calls for broan.

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My range hood lights would only work on highest setting. nothing on low or medium setting. fan working fine. I tripped the breaker off then on again at the electrical panel and behold, everything works perfectly fine now. don't know why it worked but it did!

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I called Broan technical support. They said that they had heard of this issue before, but that there was no recall. I suggested that it was a frequent enough problem for it to come up 3 times in 12 mo. on one website. She was underimpressed with this statistic and said that they sell millions of them. She would not disclose the name of their supplier so that I could get some information on the actual controller unit. She did not seemed as pained as I was by having to part with $130 for a new controller.

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  • Dan Phillips Dec 03, 2007

    Dear Piece o' Junk--



    Both of those lights run off the same line, so it'd be hard to have one go out without the other, unless it's a socket problem. It gets pretty greasy in there, so maybe a little alcohol could clean up the connection.



    I'm currently screwing and unscrewing the lightbulbs when I need light or not, but if you have an extra control board, I'd be happy to buy it off you for $15 if it works (granted the controller costs $100, but an oven mitt to unscrew the searing hot lightbulb only costs $5, so the convenience is worth about $10!). Let me know if you're interested, danielp563@sbcglobal.net.

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Had a ghost operating the fan; would start at any time, change speed on its own... So I took the dawm thing apart to see what was underneat, 10 screws to remove quite easy.

Did a "reset": disconnected the electric board connectors (there are 2 connectors located in the front part of the fan right behind the control buttons. Just pull the connectors and reconnect them a few seconds after, though you achieve similar results from the electric box, turning off the braker for a few seconds. So far so good, the exorcism seems to work !

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