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What does the humidity sensor mentioned in the review do?
A. The Broan 744FL humidity sensor automatically turns the fan on when the humidity in the room reaches a certain level, and then turns itself off when it senses the room has been properly vented.
I asked for what size bathroom is this fan appropriate and got the answer 65 sq feet. My bathroom is 63 sq feet, but the shower is ADDITIONAL 24 sq feet so I would assume that this fan is not strong enough. What would you suggest as an alternative?
A. You will need a fan that operates at 87 CFM to 90 CFM to cover the square footage of the bathroom and shower together.
Do you sell the wall control switch for the 744fl?
A. The Broan 744FL can be equipped to any Broan wall control swith. We carry many different options of Broan wall control switches, the basic one that can be configured with this unit is the Broan 68w.
Is this unit UL (Underwriter laboratories) approved?
A. Yes, the Broan 744FL is UL listed for use over bathtubs and showers when connected to a GFCI protected branch circuit.
Can a fluorescent light bulb be used in the 744 model?
A. The Broan 744FL uses a R30-shaped, 14W, high efficacy, compact fluorescent bulb with GX24q-1 base.
what is the difference between model 744 and the 744FL
A. The Broan 744FL uses a fluorescent light bulb and the Broan 744 uses an incandescent bulb.
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