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Broan 679 70 CFM Bathroom Ventilation Fan and Light - 3.5 Sones

SKU: 28486
   based on 14 Reviews
57% recommend this product
$59.10/ea
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About the Broan 679

The Broan 679 Bathroom fan delivers quality ventilation performing at 70 CFM with an operating volume level of just 3.5 sones. A bright 100-watt lighting capacity and a shatter resistant light diffusing lens means an effective and durable lighting application (bulb not included). A designer styled white polymeric grille complements virtually any decor. The Broan 679 Bathroom ventilation fan utilizes a plug-in, permanently lubricated motor and an efficient polymeric fan impeller, while its mounting ears offer quick, sturdy installation designed to simplify and satisfy. This fan/light combination is UL listed for use over bathtubs and showers when connected to a GFCI-protected branch circuit and has polymeric duct connectors for 4" duct installations.

Product Details

Product:
Manufacturer: Broan
Use: Ducting and Venting
Type: Vent Fan
Style: Fan Kit
Electrical Voltage: 110-120 Volt
Room: Bathroom
Mpn # 679
Shipping Dimensions 0.8" x 1.0" x 1.1"
Weight 6.50 lbs.

Product Features

  • Type IC (Insulation Contact)
  • Shatter-resistant light diffusing lens
  • 70 CFM 3.5 Sones
  • Designer styled white polymeric grille complements virtually any decor
  • Plug-in, permanently lubricated motor
  • Mounting ears offer quick, sturdy installation

Reviews

Rated 3.4 out of 5 based on 14 reviews


Very disappointed in this product. Rated 1 by Cegabes
  No, I do not recommend this product.
I had the fan fixture installed and it is quiet, I must say that. However, after about 6 months use, the light will intermittently shut off. I must let it sit for anywhere from 20 minutes to an hour. There is no timing as to when it will decide to shut off. Sometimes it's 6 minutes, sometimes 10 minutes. Needless to say, it makes my morning showers quite interesting. I have had several people look at it and it totally baffles them. Unfortunately, I was unable to return it within the warrantee period due to a life changing event, so I will replace it with something else as soon as I am able.
Originally posted on broan.com Jun/2013


Noisey Rated 2 by morenutsthanbolts
  No, I do not recommend this product.
Installed three of these units in less than three months in 2012. One in a 3/4 bath as a replacement in my own home and two in bathroom remodels for clients. All three are noisey and rattle. They have all been dissassembled and I have had to install sticky felt pads through out to rectify the problem. Not quite sure I understand because I have used Broan products for years in many new homes and remodels and have never had a problem, but these seem to be suffering from an engineering problem. FYI-If your going to install a bath fan in any bathroom, DO NOT install anything less than a 70 cfm. I don't care how small the bath is or what the manufacturers say. Spend the extra money and get a good quality one, trust me. I still am a big Broan fan, we have had great success with their products, just not this one.
Originally posted on broan.com Jun/2013


Product does the job Rated 2 by Sandee13
  No, I do not recommend this product.
The plastic cover keeps breaking where it fits into the slot. I got a replacement one under warranty but I only removed it one time and there is already a crack that keeps growing. This cover will be garbage soon too. They wanted me to check the light bulb wattage and it is within the recommended wattage.
Originally posted on broan.com Apr/2016


Cheap and NOISY Rated 2 by ChucktheHomeowner
  No, I do not recommend this product.
Why would anyone want a very loud fan? Sure, it is cheap and people want to try it due to price. After installation, it is so loud, you wish you had NEVER HEARD OF BROAN and gone with something better. The plastic cover resonates, metal pings, and noise STATES CHEAP CHEAP CHEAP!
Originally posted on broan.com Jun/2016


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