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744LED70 CFM Recessed Bath Fan/Light, LED Lighting, ENERGY STAR® qualified

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  • Recessed lights are popular lighting solutions. BROAN took it a step further by incorporating powerful ventilation in same design and now we have additional energy efficiency with LED lighting. Our recessed fan lights disappear into the ceiling with other recessed lights, so they are practical decorating and air removal solutions for any room in the house. The LED bulb provides 25,000 hours of light, significantly reducing the amount of time you have to spend replacing light bulbs.

    • High efficiency centrifugal fan delivers 70 CFM, 1.5 Sones
    • ENERGY STAR qualified
    • Trim matched to designs of major recessed light manufacturers
    • Multiple units can easily be used in larger rooms
    • 14 watt, GU24 based, BR30-shaped, LED bulb included
    • 6-7/8" high housing appropriate for new construction and 2" X 8" ceiling joists
    • 4" round duct connector
    • Not for use over cooking surfaces
    • Optional wall control switches available
    • UL listed for use over bathtubs and showers when connected to a GFCI protected branch circuit
    • Install this unit in a flat ceiling only
  • Video Links

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  • CFM @ 0.10"70
    Duct Size4"
    ENERGY STAR® qualifiedYes
    Lighting TypeLED
    Sones1.5
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    Can a LED bulb be used with the 744SFL?

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    belle
    Sacramento, CA, USA
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    Thank you for your question on the model 744SFL humidity sensing exhaust fan/fluorescent light. The 744SFL is designed to use an R30, BR30 or PAR30 shaped 16 watt maximum compact fluorescent lamp with GU24 base. We cannot suggest or recommend using any other bulbs with this unit.
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    does the finished trim come with fan? mine did not.

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    Thank you for your question on the model 744 exhaust fan/light. The finish trim that goes around the light does come with the unit. Please contact the Technical Service Department at 800-637-1453 for assistance.
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    should i remove the lens or place spacers between the ceiling and the trim piece?
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    Thank you for your question on the model 744 exhaust fan/light. The exhaust fan pulls the air from the room across the light bulb. If there is a lens over the bulb, the unit will not be able to exhaust. We do not recommend using any parts on our units other than the parts that are designed for that model. This model does not come with a light lens and there isn't one available for it.
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    Can halogen bulbs be used

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    Chris
    Ohio
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    Can I use a halogen lightbulb in this fan kit
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    Thank you for your question on the model 744 exhaust fan/light. The 744 is designed to use R30, BR30, PAR30L, or PAR30LN incandescent lamps only (75W Max.). For wet locations (above a tub or shower) - use PAR30L or PAR30LN (75W Max.) lamps only. We cannot suggest or recommend using any other lamps in this unit.
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    Condensation from my shower fan is ruining the ceiling

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    ManWithWetCeiling
    Florida
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    Condensation from my shower fan is ruining the ceiling. There is so much water above my shower that the paint is peeling off the ceiling. The contractor who created the bathroom has inspected the fan and says condensation from the 744 is causing the problem. He initially removed the insulation from around the unit but that didn't help. He says he installs these fans all the time and has never had this issue. The condensation tends to happen on cold days (cold for Florida 40 degrees). The fan has its own attic vent directly upwards and out the roof. My attic tends to be the same temperature as the outside air.
    How is the warm moist air from the shower supposed to make it past the cold metal of the unit without condensing?

    Any help is appreciated before my ceiling caves in.
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    Thank you for your question on the model 744 exhaust fan/light. When this unit is installed with four inch rigid duct work, it will handle a room of approximately 65 square feet with an eight foot ceiling. We recommend that you insulate around and on top of the unit housing (up to an R40 value), as well as around the duct work. It is also a good idea to have a roof cap with a back draft damper. The fan should run for the duration of the shower and for 15 – 20 minutes after the shower is done. These things should correct your problem.
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