Bathroom ventilation exhaust fans and repair parts including motors, grills, fan blades and brackets.
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Master efficient odor ventilation with the Broan 470 Master efficient odor ventilation with the Broan 470 CFM Wall Chain-Operated Exhaust Bath Fan. It helps to eliminate humidity tobacco smoke and cooking odors while resisting mold and mildew from excess moisture.
Head up into the attic with a tape measure to scout your bathroom exhaust fan location from above the ceiling. If necessary, measure from an exterior wall, a plumbing vent pipe, or electrical boxes in the ceiling to find your bearings relative to the bathroom fixtures below.
If you have access to the attic, the fan can vent either through a gable wall or roof. Letting the fan exhaust into an open attic will cause moisture buildup on the underside of the roof. Avoid venting through a soffit vent or ridge vent. The warm air will exhaust out the duct and enter back into the attic through the soffit vent or ridge vent.
This is a genuine Broan replacement part used on Ceiling Heaters/Exhaust Fans. It is sold individually and is made out of White Plastic. Light lens can be easily installed with snap in action, no additional tools required.