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My broan-nutone ceiling heater model 9290 stopped working

Both fan and heating coil stopped working

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SOURCE: broan nutone 721

If you remove the the lens there should be a model number online. There are several places online that sells parts. The 721 is a Broan part if yours says Nutone then you will need to try to find that model number.

www.nutone.com
https://www.centralvacuumstores.com/fan_help.php
www.rinutonedistr.com

Posted on Feb 18, 2009

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SOURCE: Older Nutone bath- fan/light/heater Model

Most of the time is is cheeper and less time consuming to replace the unit than to find what happen to it and then order parts to repair it.

Posted on Aug 29, 2009

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Gently pull down, work it down slowly these tend to get dry over time and crack, If you do not see any exposed screws it is the basic pull down type. Not to insult your knowledge but make sure the fan is not on when you do this because the blades will be exposed.

Posted on Oct 09, 2009

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SOURCE: i have a broan model 150 ceiling mounted heater, i

I cannot be specific about the wiring from the model information you provided. However this link to the model 154 may be useful if the two appear similar to you.

http://www.broan.com/ImageLibrary/broan/pdf/InstallGuides/99041890.pdf

In this case, yes, the neutral must connect to the element and fan motor.

Posted on Dec 12, 2009

karns
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SOURCE: we have a "Nutone"- ceiling

You might be able. check Ebay. but it being as old as it is, you may not be able to find parts anymore.

Posted on Aug 13, 2010

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There is a loud humming coming from outside unit, the fan is not rotating.


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This is the typical way a reasonably new heat pump operates:
There is a coil temperature sensor that initiates a defrost period to eliminate the frost/ice build up on the outdoor coil. In the defrost mode, the outdoor fan shuts off and the reversing valve in the heat pump reverses the direction of refrigerant flow to warm the outdoor coil. The same coil temperature sensor senses the temperature of the external surface of the coil and tells the defrost control when the frost is gone initiating another 'reverse cycle' to put it back into heating mode. In the heating mode, the outdoor fan runs again.

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