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SKU: 283391
   based on 3 Reviews
67% recommend this product
Save 46% · Retail: $230.24

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About the Broan 35316


Product Details

Mpn # 35316
Shipping Dimensions 1.3" x 1.3" x 0.8"
Weight 13.00 lbs.

Product Features

  • 3.9 Amps 1600 CFM for up to 2280 square feet of attic space
  • Quiet high-performance operation for inside-the-attic applications
  • Galvanized steel housing ribbed for added strength with mounting brackets simplify installation
  • 14-Inch diameter steel blade specially designed for maximum air movement
  • Operates automatically - adjustable thermostat built-in with thermally protected permanently lubricated motor


Rated 3.3 out of 5 based on 3 reviews

product name Rated 5 by Rudy11
  Yes, I recommend this product.
replaced old fan 25 + years old so far so good works as expected if it lasts 25 years I will be happy
Originally posted on Jun/2014

The 35316 exhibits a horrible vibration that shakes the entire house. Rated 1 by Smart67
  No, I do not recommend this product.
Great potential if only the fan was balanced at the factory. Vibration is horrible.
Originally posted on Jun/2014

35316 works as designed Rated 4 by Norm
  Yes, I recommend this product.
I purchased a house where the two old gable fans no longer were operational. I found the 35316 on-line at and ordered two fans. My contractor installed them with light switches so I could manually turn them off without using the built-in thermostats. As it turns out, one of the fans failed to work when I turned it on. The contractor checked that there was power to the fan. I called Broan and they immediately sent me a new thermostat and motor. As it turned out, the original motor was defective - DOA, but the thermostat was OK. I unbolted the fan from the housing and disconnected the wiring and installed the replacement motor into the housing and reconnected the wiring.
Originally posted on Jun/2014

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