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Old 12-26-2010, 11:50 AM   #1
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funky bathroom exhaust fan

I'm trying to replace my exhaust fan, the old blades have fallen apart and when I put power to the motor it's way too noisy. It says Philips pro venture on the housing made in Bristol In. Model V2094 but when I try to find such a thing on the web it doesn't show up.
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Easiest and nicest thing to do is to just replace the whole fan, assembly and cover with a Fantastic Fan or a MaxxAir.

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Old 12-26-2010, 02:00 PM   #3
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Ten/Four....seems to me that if it's making that much noise it needs replacing. I'll do it.
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I replaced my fan motor and fan blades with parts I got at Camping World- Heng's Industries Usa Llc - Fan Motor 12V 1/8 - Fans - Camping World

Everything was on sale and it turned out to be a lot cheaper and easier than replacing the whole fan.
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Just put in a Fantastic fan and be done with it. Great product and great support.
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Just a follow up to a very small problem...I found the exact fan blade, almost, It had a flat spot in the arbor that I had to drill out to fit original. it's not as noisy with the blades attached. $7.07 for the part $22.00 shipped. Geez!
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