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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
  • Rated 4 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by Replacement Lamp Finding it almost impossible to find a replacement lamp for this fan. Beats me that it could not be designed for a standard threaded base bulb. They need to come up with a retrofit kit to change the bulb base. May 29, 2015
    Rated 1 out of 5 by Bad Quality After a few years of use there are rust inside that can been seen and some parts are broken off due to rust. Fan and recess light are on the same switch. Would not recommend this product in its current specifications, perhaps coating all of the metal parts with paint of some type of resin coating would help to improve on the product longivity. Two-in-one (fan + recess light) is an awesome design for tight space though. January 7, 2015
    Rated 5 out of 5 by This is a great product. I love this product. it is very quite and works great. When I turn off the shower there is no steam in the bathroom. I could not be happier. March 10, 2014
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Great unit for small bathroom! My wife and I were shopping for a bathroom fan that looks good, is quiet, and keeps the bathroom dry after long showers. My bathroom requires a fan rated for 64 CFM minimum. We selected the Broan 744 with a rating of 70 CFM. The fan is quiet and the recessed installation appeals to us. Shortly after installing the unit, however, I noticed that long showers resulted in moisture on the ceiling. I went up the attic to inspect the installation and re-taped the exhaust duct to the unit for a good seal, and also re-positioned the attic insulation flat/against the top of the ceiling sheet rock to minimize condensation due to the cold air in the unheated attic and the warm bathroom. This helped alleviate moisture on the bathroom ceiling after showers. My only recommendation to readers is when determining minimum CFM required, note whether your installation is ideal per Broan instructions. If not, consider purchasing a fan that exceeds the minimum required CFM. For example, if you use a corregated duct in lieu of sheet metal, or have an additional 90 degree turn or elbow, don't hesitate to select a fan with a higher CFM. The Broan 744 has been installed for nine months and is meeting my family's needs and expectations. March 10, 2014
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Wonderful Fan - So Quiet I sometimes think its off! This fan is amazing. Not only does it look much better than those ugly and huge grill type fans, but its so quiet. I seriously have to stop sometimes and stand still to hear it. The humidistat feature is fantastic as well as it comes on automatically and leaves me with worries about moisture. I would highly recommend this fan. I've had mine for a full year now and have no regrets. I'm an architect by the way, and I now use this fan on my projects if I can. November 20, 2013
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Option for Limited Space I am a master electrician who has installed many type of recess can lights and exhaust fans. This product installs with ease and works well in small ceiling spaces. Performance is very good, with low noise level. Installed Qty 2 in our lower level bath that is appprox 300 SQ FT. When opened product box it was missing a trim housing for recess can light. Contacted Broan and one was sent out right away with no issues. February 20, 2013
    Rated 5 out of 5 by rating This is an excellent value for the money, looks great and best of all you can bareley hear the exhaust fan running. February 20, 2013
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    Do you have to use the Broan switch?

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    My client is using Adourne by LeGrand switches throughout and would like to here as well.
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    Thank you for your question on the model 744LED exhaust fan/LED light. You do not need to use the Broan switches. Any standard type of on/off switch should work with this unit.
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    Bad ballast

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    Brad
    Cincinnati, OH, USA
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    I purchased a 744-A fan/ light and installed in a shower. The light will not work and there is no power to the socket after checking with a multimeter. The fan works fine. This is wired for single switch operation. When I install the lightbulb if I screw it all the way in it k sets my GFCI then I turn it on. The only way to keep the fan on is to partially screw the bulb in.
    Is a replacement ballast something that can be done without removing the unit if that is the problem? The reason is the ceiling is tiled over the fan.
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    Thank you for your question on the model 744 exhaust fan/light. The 744 uses an incandescent bulb and the model 744FL uses a fluorescent bulb that has the ballast built into the bulb. Please contact the Technical Service Department at 800-637-1453 for assistance.
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    What radiation damper do I use with a 744FL?

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    Kansas City, MO, USA
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    I am bidding on a 144 unit apartment complex that is using the 744FL fan. The engineer has a radiation damper. Not sure which one to choose.
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    Thank you for your question on the model 744FL exhaust fan/fluorescent light. We do not have a radiation damper for the 744FL.
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    Thank you for your question on the model 744 exhaust fan/light. To properly clean the 744, you would need to remove the blower assembly from the unit housing and clean the blower wheel with a small brush. To remove the blower assembly, you would also need to remove the lamp bracket assembly. The installation instructions are available for download from our web site. They show how the unit is put together. Please contact the Technical Service Department at 800-637-1453 if you need further assistance.
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    How do I turn the fan off completely?

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    Missouri, USA
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    I know that I want to have a separate switch for the light. But how I understand from the wiring diagram, if you use the 68W switch, I can only switch from manual (always on) to auto (humidity sensing). I would like to be able to turn the fan off completely if I were to take a really hot bath and I don't want it turning on at that time.
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    Thank you for your question on the model 744SFL humidity sensing exhaust fan/light. For your specific application, you would want to use three switches, one to power the humidity sensor, one for the fan override and one for the light. If you only have two switches and the associated wiring, you would want to use wiring option number one. Please contact the Technical Service Department at 800-637-1453 if you need further assistance.
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