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NuTone Replacement Motor Wheel - 50 CFM for 696N

Now you can replace a worn out fan. You can also maintain like-new performance without having to deal with hard-wiring, ductwork or removing the old housing. This kit will easily snap into your existing housing.
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looking for Nutone 696NR02-B unit whihc is 71/2" x 71/4" unit.

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Devy12345
Edison,NJ
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March 10, 2012
I bought the C350BN that says it does not fit the above size but then which one does? I can't seem to be able to disassemble the old motor from the fan otherwise would have just swapped the unit. The motor was burnt in the old unit. How do I take them apart?
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NuToneCustomerSupport
March 12, 2012
The replacement part number for the motor/blower assembly for your fan is S97012041. It can be ordered at the special order desk at your local Home Depot Store.

For detailed instructions on how to disassemble the old unit, please contact our Technical Services Department directly at 888-336-6151.
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Vince
NC
April 14, 2012
The replacement motor is made to fit the older 696N assembly that 8"x 7.25".
the new one you find (696N or C350BN) is made smaller. I have not seen a replacement motor for the new one. I just got the motor for my 14 years old fan.
Did not know when the changes the size of the whole assembly.
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AttilaN
Ohio
July 21, 2012
I do not know about the C350BN, but I bought the 696N and removed -carefully, and slowly- the plastic fan from the motor shaft, than removed the 2 nuts from the motor holding bolts. Than bolted on the 17 years old 690AP "A" unit. Noisy, but works. Today I have to do the same thing in my other bathroom. They burned out in less than 1 month from each other.! ---> The new units are different size and they have the plug in different place, like the old ones!
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r0ckstarr
Texas
December 5, 2012
This question was posted 8 months ago, so I am sure the OP most likely found their answer by now. But, just in case anyone else is reading this with the same question, here's my response.

Here's what I just did with C350BN. I am no expert. I am a DIY'er that prefers to learn as I go. This was my first time changing out a bathroom fan. You're responsible for your own actions, and cannot blame me if you break yours in the process. =)

Before you start, compare the old motor and fan wheel with your new one. Verify that the fan wheel is the same size, and look under the fan wheel where the motor mounts to the metal frame. Verify that the two nuts are the same spacing apart. If this all looks correct, then continue reading.

I took two screwdrivers and put one under each side of the fan wheel to use as pry bars. I placed them so that they press against the metal frame when force was applied. I then lifted up on the screwdrivers and pried the fan wheel off of the shaft. It doesn't take much force. Mine slid off with ease. Then, you will see two nuts that hold the motor itself to the metal frame. Remove those and the motor is out. Do the same with your old unit (I had to cut my OLD fan wheel off with tin snips). Then, install the new motor into your frame. Snug up the two nuts, and lightly press the fan wheel back on. Now you have a new motor in the old frame.

As I said, this was my first experience with bathroom fan. I hope this info helps or at least gives you an idea of how to approach your situation.
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Averagedad
Mn
April 28, 2013
Search YouTube for nutone motor replacement. I followed that and it took 5 minutes to swap useable parts. I also had different size model but this worked great.
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do you have a spec sheet for this. I need to know the dimensions

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John in Bethesda
Bethesda
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March 2, 2012
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NuToneCustomerSupport
March 5, 2012
Hi, John. Thanks for your question. If you scroll down on the HomeDepot.com page, under Description, you will see what size can/housing it fits. If you click on the Specifications tab, yu can see the dimensions listed (9" x 7-1/2" x 3-1/2"). I hope this helps, however, it yu still have further questions and would like to speak with a Technical Support person, please dial 888-336-6151. Thanks.
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Averagedad
Mn
April 28, 2013
Dimension might match yours, but if not just swap your old bracket for the new one and use the new motor and impeller. 5 minute YouTube video shows this well.
Super easy fix!
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is this a replacement for model 7550 ...can't see manufacturer name.

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March 20, 2014
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Sasquatch
March 22, 2014
To answer my own question....No and yes. The plate is the wrong size and cutout for the plug is in the wrong position.
However, I was able to disassemble and exchang the motor and the fan onto the existing plate.
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NuToneCustomerSupport
March 24, 2014
This unit is not designed to be used in the 7550.
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looking for model #AB 50 newtone exhaust fan

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jo
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March 4, 2012
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NuToneCustomerSupport
March 5, 2012
Hi, Jo. Thanks for your question. I would like to help here, but the model supplied is not valid. Did you possibly get this off the motor?? If you could contact us direct at 888-336-3948, I think we can assist. But #AB 50 is not a valid number.
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I have a NuTone VC-305C2N bath exhaust vent fan which needs to be replaced.

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Bill
Wadsworth, IL
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January 11, 2013
Do you still sell this unit or do you sell a replacement unit to fit within the same footprint? Thank you.
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NuToneCustomerSupport
January 14, 2013
HI, Bill. Thanks for your question. Your Exhaust fan (VC305C2N) is an "oldie"!! We discontinued production on that model over 14 years ago. However, we still offer a motor assembly and grille. THe motor assembly, model C350BN, can be purchased on Home Depot's web site. The grille cover must be special ordered at your local Home Depot store, or you can contact us directly and place the order with our Parts Department. You also asked if we had a current model that would fit in the same cut-out. Unfortunately, we do not. We have a couple of economy fans where the housing comes close, but you would most likely have to do some wall patching. If you You would like to review the two models, simply type in 696N or 695 on the site. If you still have questions after reading all of this, please call us at our toll-free number 888-336-3948 and Customer Service will be happy to assist. Thanks, again, and have a really good day!
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Wil replacement motor fit nut one modl 763rln ?

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Outlaw
Upstate ny
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June 14, 2013
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June 14, 2013
Thank you for your question concerning the replacement motor assembly. We appreciate your business. The C350BN is only to be used on our model 696N. If you need the replacement motor for your 763RLN, please contact our Customer Service Department and they will be happy to advise you of the part number and process to order. Just dial 888-336-3948. Thanks, again.
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New motor and impeller wont fit model 696n b

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Suzanne
Wendell, NC
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July 25, 2013
Bought replacement fan motor and impeller from HD. Seemed to fit well on the frame but cant make it fit back in the existing opening. Vseems like the impeller sticks up too high
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NuToneCustomerSupport
July 26, 2013
Hi, Suzanne. Thank you for your question about the motor replacement. We appreciate your business. The C350BN is designed for the Nutone Exhaust fan 696N. However, since there seems to be an installation issue, or possibly a design matter, it would be my suggestion to contact our Technical Support Group at 888-336-6151 and discuss this further. Thanks, again.
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Can i use this part on a model 8663rm

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westie
irving,tx.
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September 14, 2013
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NuToneCustomerSupport
September 16, 2013
No, they are not compatible. The replacement part number for the blower wheel for the 8663RM is S100603000. The part number for the replacement motor/blower assembly is S97017705. They can be purchased at your local Home Depot store at the Special Order Desk.
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can i use this replacement part for a nutone 8664rp model?

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pgridehd
manchester nh
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April 19, 2014
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