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Home Depot has Hampton Bay 50 CFM Ceiling Bath Fan (TY-50-A(HD), White) on sale for $12 -> now $11.44. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks cabalja
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Note that this fan is bigger in all dimensions than a typical 50 cfm fans. It is going to be a difficult job if you try to replace an existing fan. Not only you need to enlarge the existing opening, you will have a hard time to connect to the existing piping if it made of sheet metal.
The extra work may justify the low price.
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Bought this several months ago when it went down to this price on a whim without really thinking about how I was going to install it. Keep in mind that it is very quiet because the motor is weaker than most others. As others have said, it is for smaller bathrooms BUT it is also only for installations where the exhaust pipe is horizontal everywhere, probably due to the weak motor. The instructions, which you can access on the product page, say to let the exhaust pipe rise no more than 1 degree along the entire run. If you can meet both criteria then this will likely work for you, but I ended up returning for a $30 2 sone model that could take a steeper run.
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Great deal. Be aware that 50cfm is really only good for very small bathrooms.
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Great deal. Be aware that 50cfm is really only good for very small bathrooms.
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Good deal but only suitable for smaller bathrooms due to low CFM
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Great deal. Be aware that 50cfm is really only good for very small bathrooms.
Now if I install 2 of these in a small bedroom, will it give me 100?
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Is there any benefit to replacing my home fans with these? My home was built in the early 90s for context and my fans seem to be working okay.
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Is there any benefit to replacing my home fans with these? My home was built in the early 90s for context and my fans seem to be working okay.
I wonder the same mines works great but cover is large, faded yellow and kinda dingy.

Fan is kinda loud, but main it works.

mines built in 70s to 80s
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I wonder the same mines works great but cover is large, faded yellow and kinda dingy.

Fan is kinda loud, but main it works.

mines built in 70s to 80s
They have spray paint for plastic that works great
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Is there any benefit to replacing my home fans with these? My home was built in the early 90s for context and my fans seem to be working okay.
Save your money.
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Note that this fan is bigger in all dimensions than a typical 50 cfm fans. It is going to be a difficult job if you try to replace an existing fan. Not only you need to enlarge the existing opening, you will have a hard time to connect to the existing piping if it made of sheet metal.
The extra work may justify the low price.
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They have spray paint for plastic that works great
I did think about that. Or wondering it the front was a cover only that could be replaced. Just sucks to crawl through the attic to figure that out. Getting the brand/model # I mean
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Is there any benefit to replacing my home fans with these? My home was built in the early 90s for context and my fans seem to be working okay.
The older the fan the better made but with more noise
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Aren't these only like $3 more in the store? How is this a slick deal?
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Bought this several months ago when it went down to this price on a whim without really thinking about how I was going to install it. Keep in mind that it is very quiet because the motor is weaker than most others. As others have said, it is for smaller bathrooms BUT it is also only for installations where the exhaust pipe is horizontal everywhere, probably due to the weak motor. The instructions, which you can access on the product page, say to let the exhaust pipe rise no more than 1 degree along the entire run. If you can meet both criteria then this will likely work for you, but I ended up returning for a $30 2 sone model that could take a steeper run.
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Now if I install 2 of these in a small bedroom, will it give me 100?
You can get an engine fan plus power adapter for $30, which give you 2,000+ CFM
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