Average Rating: 5
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Broan 655 Heater and Heater Bath Fan with Light Combination
70 CFM Bathroom, Heater/Fan/Light, 4.0 Sones, Designer Styled White Polymeric Grille Compliments Virtually Any Decorative Fan & Heater Function Independently Or Together, Bright 100W Light Capacity, Bulb Not Included, 20A Circuit Required, Type IC, 2 Blower Wheels, Each Powered By Its Own Permanently Lubricated Plug In Motor, Quietly Deliver High Efficiency Performance, 1300W Heater For Fast, Even Heat Distribution, Built In Damper Prevents Backdrafts & Eliminates Metallic Clatter, Adjustable, Slotted Mounting Brackets Span Up To 24" For Easy Installation, Polymeric 4" Round Duct Features A 2" Long Tapered Sleeve For Easy, Positive Ducting.
Average Product Rating: 5based on 5 reviews
Broan 655 FanWednesday, February 22, 2012
The cheapest price I could find on the internet. Received it real soon. This one replaced my old unit. Fit right in my opening. I should have installed the insides, which would have gone much faster.
Best Price AroundTuesday, January 03, 2012
Best price on the internet or in the stores. Product was just what I wanted. Website was easy to navigate. Nice company to deal with.
It's fine just the way it is
Plug and Play Replacement for the Old 655-A UnitWednesday, December 21, 2011
Excellent! I bought this as a replacement for the Broan 655-A that I installed in the early 90's. I did not have to remove the old unit from the ceiling. Just removed the grill, took out the fan motor and the heater unit (2 screw each), and popped in the new components taken from the new 655. Amazing. Took about 30 minutes, but only because I was being very cautious. Works great! And I was even able to use the pretty new grill and light cover over the old unit shell.
Easier Than ExpectedTuesday, August 09, 2011
We have a much older version of this fan (from the mid-80s I'm guessing). The fan had stopped running and there was a lot of dust caked around the heater, making it impossible to use without stink. However the main box was installed behind the drywall. So, we left that box in place and simply replaced all of the insides and cover. Good as new! And took less than a half hour total, with cleaning out the old box. I had never ordered from DrillSpot before, but we had no problems. I recommend.
Still The Same After 30 yearsSaturday, February 05, 2011
Needed to retofit 30 year old unit and didn't want to have to do any drywall work. The previous unit's heating element went out (cost to replace element was $65, new Broan 655 was $54 plus shipping). Pulled the old fan, heater, light and cover from existing ceiling system and the new ones went right in place, more efficient and quiter running. Will do the same for my other bathroom.
Compatibility with old unit
Provide way to pull old box / retrofit new box without having to do ceiling dry wall work. Put screws into box side brackets rather than electric welding the bracket slots