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The company is located in Ohio. If you go to this URL you can get the part number for the grill and towards the bottom of the URL you can see the contact information:
http://www.nutone.com/PDF/InstallGuides/8664RPins61784.pdf
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Broan Bathroom Fan Care and Cleaning


<p>One of the most common <b>bathroom fans</b> is the <b>Broan brand ventilation fan</b>. These fans come in many configurations and variations. Because of the environment that these fans are in and the placement of these fans they will get very dirty over a period of time and will need to be cleaned from time to time. <b>Cleaning bathroom fans </b>can be fairly easy if you have a few tips about how to do it.<br /> <p> <br> <p>To clean the fan the inside of the fan must be accessed first. To get to the inside of the fan the cover must be removed. Most of the covers simply will pull downward and away from the ceiling. There are a couple of springs, one on each side the snap the cover up and hold it in place. On some models there can be a screw that holds the cover. It will be visible right in the center of the cover. If no screw is visible then you can assume that it is a spring type cover. If there is a light in the cover you can remove the plug and the light will come right with the cover.<br> <p> <br> <p>After pulling the cover down simply squeeze the springs together slightly and the cover will come completely out and you can take it to your sink to wash it. Then take a vacuum or a damp rag and clean the inside of the fan compartment. If you look closely you will see that the fan assembly has a plug that can be pulled and the fan assembly can be removed by either removing a couple of screws or by placing a screw driver between the fan assembly and the side of the box and snapping out the fan assembly.<br> <p> <br> <p>Once you have the fan assembly out you can then use compressed air, like you use on your computer keyboard, or a damp cloth to clean the fan assembly. The compressed air works the best on the blower wheel and in some cases a small screw driver may be needed to remove caked on dust inside the fins of the fan.<br> <p> <br> <p>With you vacuum, you can now clean out the rest of the box and even into the vent hose a little bit. Be careful not to destroy the flapper, as that is what stops cold air from being pulled back into your home while the fan is off. Wipe down the box to complete the cleaning.<br> <p> <br> <p>The fan can now be reassembled by reversing everything and placing it all back as it was before you removed it. Be sure to remember to plug the fan motor back into the socket. The light may also need to be plugged in if you have a light in the cover.<br> <p> <br> <p>You will now have a nice clean fan again. <br> <p> <br> <p>If you want to <b>replace the fan</B> because it is broken worn out or noisy you can often <b>buy replacement bathroom fan parts</B> or even a new fan that will fit in the same box. Upgrades are available to fit existing boxes also. To find <b>bathroom fan upgrades</B> and replacements go to <a href="http://www.broan.com/">www.broan.com</A><br> <p> <br> <p>At <a href="http://www.broan.com/">www.broan.com</A> you can also <b>order <span> </SPAN>broan replacement parts</B>, <b>download broan manuals</B>, and get <b>installation tips for your broan fan</B>.

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I broke my Broan ventilation fan light cover. I need to buy a new one and can not come up with it. Please Help!!! :)


The company is located in Ohio. If you go to this URL you can get the part number for the grill and towards the bottom of the URL you can see the contact information:
http://www.nutone.com/PDF/InstallGuides/8664RPins61784.pdf
If you find this information to be helpful, I would appreciate you going to the Thumbs Up rating section of FixYa and enter the selection for my assistance to you.
Thank you. Paul

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Broan ventilation fan not working


Does it start before the mark as you turn it if so replace the switch. power off first and check with a meter.

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Broan square bathroom fan light combo, no screws - how do I change the bulb?


The entire vent panel and light lens is held up against the ceiling by two spring clips mounted on 2 sides of the panel.

To find which two sides they are one, (they're opposite of each other), just pull on one side with your finger tips and when you see the wire spring clips, just pull down on the two sides where they are so you can get to the bulb socket.

The panel will pull down about 5-6 inches you can then either get at the light bulb, or lift up the light lens to clean it and get the bulb out.

Be sure to replace the bulb with the proper wattage bulb so you don't overheat and melt the lens in the unit.

When you're done, all you do is push up gently on each side to get the panel back in place. You might have to squeeze the wire retaining clips to get them back in, but they'll go back OK.

If you want to completely remove the cover panel, you just squeeze the retaining wire clips nearest the fan enclosure on each side and that will let you take it all the way off for cleaning, etc.

Hope you find this Very Helpful and best regards!

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I am attempting to replace an old bathroom exhaust fan with a Broan 680 fan/light. I am having a problem with the wiring. There are 2 wall switches for the light and fan. The existing wiring has red,...


The red and the black are the hot wires. One will be the fan and one is the light. The white is the 'common' for both fan and light.
It sounds like the new fixture has got one hot for both the light and fan, they will both run all the time from one switch. This is the blue wire. Hook it to the red or the black, which ever one comes from the switch you want to control it. Hook the white to the white on the new fixture.
The green is just a ground. hook it to the new fixture green or ground terminal. Cap or the black or the red that you don't use. It won't be need for the new one. The switch that it comes from will not control anything now.

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I need an exploded picturial view of the BROAN fan and light kit. Thanks


Hi,

go to www.broan.com from there you can look up that fan/light combo and download the installation manual which will give you the exploded view.

Broan Bathroom Fan Care and Cleaning


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Broan attic ventilator appears not to be working


Did you check to see if the motor was warm or made a noise?

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