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SKU: 284509
   based on 30 Reviews
60% recommend this product
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About the Broan 100HL


Product Details

Mpn # 100HL
Shipping Dimensions 1.8" x 1.2" x 0.9"
Weight 15.60 lbs.

Product Features

  • Comes with fluorescent light instead (model 100HL)
  • High-output 1500-Watt heater with exclusive directionally adjustable design
  • 4-Inch ducting for new construction or retrofit
  • Heater, Fan and Light brings convenient, comforting warmth to your bathroom
  • Quiet operation at 2.0-Sone, 100 CFM ventilation fan
  • 100-Watt incandescent lighting
  • HVI certified, type IC, requires a dedicated 20-Amp circuit. Fits 2-Inch by 6-Inch construction


Rated 3.3 out of 5 based on 30 reviews

Performs well, but wired wrong. Rated 4 by rtswans1
  Yes, I recommend this product.
I installed two of these units to replace light/fan units. Installation went as expected - OK, but one of the units was wired incorrectly. The white, black and blue wires were switched which caused the breaker to trip. I diagnosed the problem by doing resistance checks on the leads. Now they both work good. The heater throws out a healthy blast of heat! Another problem is that it takes a 100 watt bulb. However, 100 watt bulbs are no longer manufactured. They have been replaced with the 23 watt CFL bulbs which don't physically fit in the unit. I used a 13 watt CFL bulb which is not as bright as a 100 watt bulb.
Originally posted on Jun/2013

Poor heating element; it burned out in a matter of a week. a new replacement burned out in days. Rated 1 by cherylb5411
  No, I do not recommend this product.
I'm very unhappy with your product. We needed something that could add heat in our bathroom, but the heating element of the original installation burned out in about a week. When I called for the element replacement at Broan, the woman didn't even ask any questions, she conceded to send a replacement element. That element didn't even last a week. The installation took cutting into the ceiling and the patchwork repair after was pretty intense and expensive, so we are using the unit w/o the heater. Very disappointing.
Originally posted on Jun/2013

Heater failed in less than a year Rated 1 by METOO
  No, I do not recommend this product.
I've got four of these units in my house and I'm not pleased that the heater went out on one when it was turned on for the first time this season. It's only been used for maybe a total of 30 minutes since it was installed. To make matters worse, it looks like the fuse can not be reset or easily replaced. Poor engineering if you ask me. A reset switch or the use of a standard fuse that is easily replaced would make for a much better design. I'm now concerned that the other 3 units I've got will fail soon as well.
Originally posted on Jun/2013

Had some issues in the beginning -- so far now it is ok Rated 4 by D2h2os
  Yes, I recommend this product.
Had some problems with the heater in the beginning... the heat element went out.. I am glad to say that the customer service rep - Tammy was very nice -- sent me a replacement heat element right away - unfortunately that one didn't last long and I had to contact Broan again -- but Tammy came though with another replacement part that included the heater fan in addition to the heat element. My son did the work and said it really wasn't too hard to replace. It has been a few weeks since the second part was replaced and it all seems to be working fine. I selected Broan/NuTone because this was a replacement for a heater/light/fan that appeared to have been installed when my house was built... I never had problems with it in the years that I have been there -- I recommed this one.
Originally posted on Jun/2013

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