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Broan NuTone has long been an industry leader in residential ventilation products. Foggy windows, damp walls, and steamy mirrors are more then just a little annoying. If it is a continual problem in your home, it could indicate and contribute to mold and mildew problems in walls and insulation. Don’t become a victim of moisture build up in your home. Broan offers a wide variety of spot ventilation solutions that can clear the air quickly and efficiently while removing potential problems before they invite themselves into your home.
A beautiful balance of elegance and performance:
When you first see the Broan 761RB Oil-Rubbed Bronze Nickel Fan, you may have a hard time deciding whether it is a stylish glass light fixture or an exhaust fan. The Broan 761RB is an ideal choice for when you need a combination of form and function. With the Broan decorative fans, you can vent your home’s bathroom while adding quiet elegance and exceptional design. The Broan series of decorative exhaust fans and lights not only deliver a higher quality of ventilation performance, they also complement your room with a beautifully styled glass globe lighting. The Broan 761RB bath fan features a corrosion resistant oil-rubbed bronze cover with an ivory alabaster glass globe.
Check out the features, the Broan files under the "Resources" tab above and all the very relevant information below, then click "Add to Cart" to purchase the Broan 761RB Decorative Bath Fan and say good bye to foggy mirrors. If you have any questions, call one of our bath fan specialists at 800-221-8227.
Benefits and Features of the Broan Decorative 761RB Fan/Light:
Calculating CFM for your needs:
One of the main questions you may have when looking at a bath fan is how many CFM fan should I purchase? Broan provides you with a quick guideline. If your bathroom is under 100 square feet, the HVI recommends ventilation of about 1 CFM per square foot. If your bathroom is over 100 square feet it is a little trickier. You can take the number of bathroom fixtures and add them up to get the total ventilation rate:
If you would like to calculate the exact CFM requirements for the size of your bathroom, calculate the cubic feet of your room by multiplying the length, width and ceiling height of your room. Once this is calculated, multiply by .13 and round up to the next “ten.” Broan provides you with two examples:
One last thing to consider when selecting the CFM of a fan is the length of the duct runs and ductwork that turns before it reaches the exterior vent. If your airflow is restricted in any way, you will need a little additional CFM. Just as a car must slow down for a sharp corner, air decelerates when going through a turn in a duct run. It is important to have straight duct runs when possible and always use large radius turns, if you must have a turn. Rigid ductwork is optimal because airflow restriction is minimized. Flexible tubing may be convenient to install, but resistance is created as air is moved over the spiral metal frame of the tubing. With long duct runs or ducts with multiple turns, the fan works harder, noise increases, and fan performance (CFM) is compromised. Select a fan model with an even greater CFM ratio to compensate.
The Broan 761RB Decorative Fan/Light is designed to be vented through the roof or wall. The motor assembly equipped in the 761RB Fan Light Combo is designed to be plugged in, not hardwired, and completely removable making repair extremely simpler. The motor is permanently lubricated meaning you will not need to have oil on hand to maintain your bath fan. The blower motor is polymeric. The blower motor is designed so that is can be easily removed and replaced if necessary. If the motor starts to make excessive noise, just replace the assembly. You can help extend the life of your bathroom exhaust fan motor by cleaning the polymeric blower wheel periodically with a vacuum.
Broan doesn't just stop their innovative designs at the motor. They take the entire assembly into account. The housing is a rugged, 26 gauge, galvanized steel construction providing excellent corrosion resistance. This housing features sturdy key-holed mounting brackets for easy installation. The tapered polymeric, 4” duct connector with tapered sleeve means you will not be bothered by the metallic clatter of a metal flapper. The housing included with the Broan 761RB Decorative Fan can be installed in ceilings with up to a 12:12 pitch.
The Broan 761RB decorative bath fan light combo has a corrosion resistant satin nickel finish with a white frosted glass shade. The main grille pan mounts close to the ceilings. The Broan 761RB is designed to use with two 60 watt bulbs (not included) . The light fixture assembly can be easily plugged in and removed. The exhaust for the fan is located at the base of the fan around the light fixture.
Replacement Parts Available for the Broan 761RB Decorative Bath Fan/Light:
The motor is designed for continuous operation without lubrication making it extremely easy to maintain. If the motor starts making excess noise, replace the motor assembly for a practically brand new fan.
Switch Options for the Broan 761RB Fan Light Combo:
The fan and light can be operated separately. Use a 2-function wall control. Do not use a dimmer switch to operate the light. See “Connect Wiring” for details in the attached installation manual under the "Resources" tab above. Use of speed controls other than the NuTone Models 78V and 78W may cause a motor humming noise.
|P59W Timer Switch||68W Two Function Switch||DH100W Dehumidistat||VS68WH Switch|
The Broan series of decorative fan/lights delivers quality ventilation performance and complements your room with beautifully styled glass globe lighting. These fan/lights are available in five corrosion-resistant decorator finishes: oil-rubbed bronze, polished chrome, satin nickel, white, and brushed nickel.
With the Broan decorative fan series, you will be wondering if the fan light is an elegant glass light fixture or a powerful exhaust fan? It's both, actually. These decorative fans each feature a light/fan combo and is the ideal combination of form and function. Since Broan fans are available in several designs and types, you are sure to find a Broan fan for your style and needs.
|Decorative Series||Recessed Series||Ultra Silent Series||Humidity Sensing||Heaters||Install Materials|
Install Guide for the 761RB Fan Light:
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If you are installing your 761RB bathroom exhaust fan in new construction follow step 2A. If you are installing in existing construction follow 2B. The first step when installing a bathroom fan whether in an existing home or new construction is to determine the best location for the fan. This involves selecting a location with the straightest and shortest duct run and effective location in your bathroom.
Note: The motor assembly can be removed from the housing to allow for a lighter easier installation. Ensure there is no power in the electrical lines you will be connecting to the fan.
See Image 1 and position your 761RB mounting brackets against the joist in a manner that allows the bottom edge of the housing to be flush against the finished ceiling.
The housing for the Broan 761RB fan provides additional positioning features to account for 1/2", 5/8", 1", and 1-1/4" thick ceiling finish materials.
For ceilings with 1/2" thick materials, there are two tabs on the side of the housing that can be bent outward to 90 degrees. Once these are bent out lift the Broan 761RB housing until the tabs are in contact with the underside of the ceiling framing.
For all other 5/8", 1", and 1-1/4" materials there are holes in the 761RB housing that indicates the various ceiling material thicknesses. Take the housing and position it so the bottom edge of the ceiling framing or joist is visible through the matched set of holes. Once the bottom edge is lined up with the desired hole, your housing is in the proper position.
Mark the keyhole slot on both mounting brackets.
|Step 2A.2||Set your 761RB housing aside and drive nails partially into the ceiling framing/joist at the top of both keyhole marks.|
|Step 2A.3||Hang your Broan housing the nails and then pound tight. Once this is done, it is important to nail a second nail at the top hole in the top of each mounting bracket. This will help ensure that your Broan 761RB exhaust fan is secure and will keep the noise level down.|
In the attic position the mounting bracket for your Broan housing against ceiling framing/joist. Trace the housing on the ceiling material.
|Step 2B.2||Move the Broan 761RB housing aside and cut the ceiling opening just a little larger than the marked size.|
|Step 2B.3||Position the housing in the opening so that the bottom edge is flush with the finished ceiling. Nail the housing to the ceiling framing/joist through the key hole on both sides of the Broan housing. It's important after the first nails ate in to drive a second nail in the holes at the top of each mounting bracket. This will ensure the fan housing is secure and help keep the operation noise down.|
|Step 2B.4||Sometimes installing an exhaust fan from above can be a problem. Broan provides you with additional mounting holes on the inside of the fan housing. This will allows you to nail or screw the fan to the ceiling joist from below.|
Snap the damper/duct connector to your Broan housing. Ensure the tabs on the connector lock into the slots in the 761RB housing. The top of the damper/duct connector should be flush with the top of the housing. The damper should open freely.
Connect the duct to the damper/duct connector and extend to the roof or outside wall. Tape all duct connections to make sure they are air tight and secure.
Note: The Broan 761RB damper is counter balanced. The flap will be in the "open" position approximately 1" when the duct connector is attached to the housing. This design of the damper allows for direct contact with the Fan/Light housing following UL standards. Any slight backdraft will force close the damper keeping air from entering.
Wire your new Broan 761RB fan following the diagram in image 9. Run the electrical line as direct as possible and do not allow wires to touch the top or side of the housing before, during, or after installation.
Locate the grille pan over the fan housing and connect the wiring harness plug into white receptacle in the fan housing. Insert rod through center hole of grille pan. Use washer between collar on rod and pan.Thread rod onto grille screw in housing,until pan is tight against ceiling. Do not overtighten mounting rod.
Install bulbs. Use 60-watt(maximum), B10 type, candelabra bulbs. Place rim of glass shade into opening of two stationary hooks. Pull out the spring-loaded hook and latch hook over rim of glass shade.Restore electrical power and check operation of the unit.
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