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Brand
Endurance Pro
Model Name
Universal Bathroom Fan
Speed
3000 RPM
Voltage
120 Volts
Item Dimensions LxWxH
4.6 x 3.8 x 5 inches

  • Bathroom Fan Replacement Electric Motor Kit with Fan

  • Product Specifications

    This is an Electric Motors C01575 Replacement Electric Motor Kit with Fan, 120V. Fan kit is designed to replace most repair projects. 5/8 Coil stack, Continuous duty, Air Over. Kit contains Motor, 1 fan = 4.5 (flat/paddle style). Replacement for Broan, Nutone, Uppco, Ventorola E498-1, Bay Motors, and Sears 569.

    Motor is Mechanically Reversible

    · Includes 0.65 amps, 3000RPM, 120 volts 60hz, and 50 CFM.

    · Shipped CCW Shaft End.

    · Shaft = 1.75" long x 3/16" diameter, wire length = 6" with 2-prong plug.

    · Mounting studs 1 7/8" on center.

    Product information

      Additional Information

    • ASIN: B073X7P42F
    • Customer Reviews: 4.6 out of 5 stars 3,113Reviews
    • Best Sellers Rank:
      #8,820 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement)
      #2 in Electric Fan Motors
    • Date First Available: July 13, 2017
    Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

    Important information

    Wattage :

    10 watts

    Bulb Voltage :

    120 volts

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    Q: How long is the shaft that extends from the motor?

    A: Shaft is 1 3/4”. The assembly is universal. The shaft can be easily shortened with a hac…

    Pam McFalls | 4 years ago

    Q: What is the diameter of the fan blade?

    A: The fan blade diameter is just under 4.6 inches or about 4 and 19/32 inches

    FJFs-Son2 | 4 years ago

    Q: Where is this product manufactured?

    A: China , holding the original motor next to this one for comparison , they looked exactly t…

    old rocker | 3 years ago

    Q: Have an old Broan(676-D) with 3" between screws. What is the distance between mounting scr…

    A: The motor must must attach to the old frame bracket of your Nutrone Miami Carey exhaust fa…

    The Voice | 2 weeks ago

    Customer reviews

    4.6 out of 54.6 out of 5
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    Paul Guess
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Great Universal exhaust fan motor
    Reviewed in the United States on February 4, 2018
    We recently did a full home remodel and one of the only things we did not replace was the guest bathroom exhaust fan. It worked. At least it worked until just after we finished the five month remodel. So I asked my general contractor to get me a new Nutone exhast fan... See more
    We recently did a full home remodel and one of the only things we did not replace was the guest bathroom exhaust fan. It worked. At least it worked until just after we finished the five month remodel. So I asked my general contractor to get me a new Nutone exhast fan just like the old one. He said they no longer made them and we would have to go to a different model at the cost including labor of a couple hundred dollars.

    I had an electrician that had done all of the electrical... so I asked him if he could get me just the motor. He said it wasn''t worth the time or effort... it was old... and I should just do the replacement the general suggested.

    So I spent about 5 minutes on Amazon.... found this motor.... ordered it on a Friday afternoon... and installed in on the same weekend... Sunday afternoon.

    Works great... could easily be adapted to a variety of fans... it moves plenty of air... and it is quiet. And... if a 72 year old fart can install it... anybody can. I save a couple hundred dollars.
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    Scott Turner
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    An exact replacement, works like a breeze...
    Reviewed in the United States on December 7, 2017
    When we bought this house the bathroom exhaust fans were already noisy and slow, but we tried to extend their life with lubrication, etc. However, the one in the master bath finally stopped working and would just groan, while lazily turning once every 10-30 seconds. I put... See more
    When we bought this house the bathroom exhaust fans were already noisy and slow, but we tried to extend their life with lubrication, etc. However, the one in the master bath finally stopped working and would just groan, while lazily turning once every 10-30 seconds. I put off fixing it because I figured I''d have to replace the entire fan/light/heater unit and I wasn''t finding many available that fit the existing opening, and I wasn''t looking forward to doing the cutting/drywall/floating/painting/wiring/attic-climbing necessary to put in a new one.

    I finally bit the bullet and said, that''s it, one way or another I''m going to fix this damn thing. I started from the bottom, meaning from inside our bathroom, to see what I could figure out about the unit without an attic visit (this fan is located up under the low part of the roof, getting to it in the attic would be a huge pain).

    I was able to figure out that the if I took off the light cover and removed the bulb, there was a retaining screw under there. When I moved the retaining screw I was able to remove the entire interior cover of the unit, after unplugging the easily unpluggable connector for the light fixture.

    That revealed the heater unit on one side (working fine) and the exhaust fan on the other side. The motor for the exhaust fan had an axle extending up into a metal box where the circular blades were, and the blades were a wider diameter than the opening, so I thought I might need to get in the attic anyway. But then I saw that the entire exhaust fan box was removable by taking out one retaining screw and sliding it to the side so that it released from catches.

    Once I got the exhaust fan box out the rest was straightforward. I detached the motor and went looking for something with the same specs. I found this one, which to my eyeball looked like an exact replacement. Thankfully, it was. When I got this replacement I reassembled everything, switched it on, and YAHOO we now have a working exhaust fan in our master bathroom.

    In retrospect this was an almost simple replacement, and I figure I''ll be able to replace the fans in the other two identical units in about 5-10 minutes each, from the interior using a short stepladder.

    Attached are two photos. The first one shows a piece of bathroom tissue being held in place by the suction of the newly replaced exhaust fan (when I turned off the fan the tissue fell, fyi). The second shows a side-by-side comparison of the old and new fan motor units.

    This replacement motor is inexpensive, and I don''t know how long it will last, but it appears to be manufactured almost exactly the same as the original fan, which lasted 24 years. Time will tell, and if I have any longevity issues with it I''ll come back and update this review.
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    Dad of 3
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Works well, but had to modify
    Reviewed in the United States on September 9, 2017
    I''m giving it 5 stars because it is exactly as described, but I would suggest you examine the photo closely. The nuts on the right side of the motor attach it to the fan housing. Notice that the motor shaft is on the left. If your motor sits below the fan like mine you will... See more
    I''m giving it 5 stars because it is exactly as described, but I would suggest you examine the photo closely. The nuts on the right side of the motor attach it to the fan housing. Notice that the motor shaft is on the left. If your motor sits below the fan like mine you will have to reverse these bolts. Additionally I had to replace the bolts with longer ones ( 3" 6-32 bolts) that I had to then cut down to fit. None of this is the fault of the manufacturer or the seller, just different from my original. Once I conquered these small hurdles the motor was a great replacement!
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    JSattmann
    4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Easy to install but, if your are expecting a quieter operating unit...
    Reviewed in the United States on November 7, 2018
    Easy to install but, if you are expecting a quieter operating unit you will need to replace the entire exhaust fan. The motor alone is super quiet, you can hardly tell it is on at all. It is the design of the impeller that... See more
    Easy to install but, if you are expecting a quieter operating unit you will need to replace the entire exhaust fan.
    The motor alone is super quiet, you can hardly tell it is on at all. It is the design of the impeller that makes it a bit noisy.
    I tested my fan with a db meter and the before and after results (new to old) were basically the same. If interested in a quieter fan I would recommend a squirrel cage style unit.
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    Randomized User #113
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Perfect fit
    Reviewed in the United States on March 25, 2019
    I don''t have anything to complain about with this product. The install took about five minutes if you subtract the unnecessary time i spent climbing around in the attic. This fan unit was used to replace a Broan motor #99080521. Installation notes: YMMV, but... See more
    I don''t have anything to complain about with this product. The install took about five minutes if you subtract the unnecessary time i spent climbing around in the attic. This fan unit was used to replace a Broan motor #99080521.

    Installation notes:
    YMMV, but you shouldn''t have to go in the attic.
    The plate the motor and bracket are mounted to should swing down and out completely.
    While you have the plate off, check your exhaust port for obstructions.(mine was completely filled with insulation)
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    Kyle
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Wasn''t 100% universal to me, but I was able to make it work.
    Reviewed in the United States on June 10, 2018
    I can''t complain much, considering I replaced a bathroom fan that had to be decades old with mostly no issues, but the bracket that affixed my old fan to the housing didn''t fit this. My solution - I 3D printed a bracket and was able to get everything fastened properly.... See more
    I can''t complain much, considering I replaced a bathroom fan that had to be decades old with mostly no issues, but the bracket that affixed my old fan to the housing didn''t fit this. My solution - I 3D printed a bracket and was able to get everything fastened properly.

    I''m not docking the motor any points because this was mostly an issue with my existing hardware. The motor works fine. I have mine with the fan facing upward and the blades facing toward the motor and it''s pulling air just fine. It isn''t super loud, but like I said, it was replacing a much larger fan that''s got to be decades old, so your mileage may vary if you''re replacing something much newer.
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    James M. Barnett
    4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Worked fine, with a small modification
    Reviewed in the United States on November 21, 2018
    I purchased this fan to replace an old motor that had a bad bearing. Installation was simple. However the housing on this fan was a little too large to fit in the old mounting ring properly. The plastic housing around the field windings on the motor was too large.... See more
    I purchased this fan to replace an old motor that had a bad bearing. Installation was simple. However the housing on this fan was a little too large to fit in the old mounting ring properly. The plastic housing around the field windings on the motor was too large. There''s an "extra" slot in the housing on each side where the supply wires enter into it. I took a hacksaw and cut the plastic around these slots away, that enabled the motor to fit into the old mounting ring properly. No big deal, took an extra 5 minutes.

    I wasn''t sure whether the fan blades needed to be mounted facing the motor or away from it and the question/answer section on Amazon had answers supporting both directions. However, with the fan blades facing the motor the fan pulled air INTO the bathroom through the vent. I took the motor back out, reversed the blades so they pointed AWAY from the motor, and now the fan pulled air OUT of the bathroom which is correct. The direction of the blades may vary depending on the individual application, so just check the air flow after you install the fan. If it''s not correct you need to reverse the blades.
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    Matt
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    This Really Is a Universal Fan - Flexible Configuration
    Reviewed in the United States on January 5, 2020
    I have now bought this twice, for two different homes, and continue to have high praise. Most recent install below. 1) I bought this fan again, after initial great success, to replace a ~30 year old Broan fan with a different mounting system than this fan has by... See more
    I have now bought this twice, for two different homes, and continue to have high praise. Most recent install below.

    1) I bought this fan again, after initial great success, to replace a ~30 year old Broan fan with a different mounting system than this fan has by default. As another poster shared, the mounting screws are REVERSIBLE on this fan, which I did reverse to install fan in a similar configuration as existing fan, with the motor now mounted up into the ceiling, as opposed to default configuration to mount fan down into a corresponding bracket (which my second install didn’t have . See pics.

    As other reviewer recommended, it may be easier to buy some 3" 6-32 bolts to make this connection a little longer when flipping the mounting bolts - mine just barely worked though. Highly recommended again!

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    2) ORIGINAL review

    This truly is a universal fan for one simple reason - the electric motor axle comes pre-scored to allow you to trim to size for your particular branded housing.

    I particularly bought this fan to replace a >40 year old Broan 660 series bath fan (664/665/666 fan- see housing pic). Despite having originally attempted to buy a Broan-branded fan, and despite Broan being very good about maintaining identical parts/sizing over many years - I could not find a fan that was labeled as matching my Broan series. I quickly discovered no one makes a Broan 660 series fan anymore, because the vintage Broan 660 series bracket is approximately 2 inches between the mounting hardware, versus the now-standard 1.87 inches centered between the mounting hardware.

    To make this work for my fan, I simply had to take a power drill and enlarge the mounting bracket holes to make this fan’s mounting hardware work.

    Given the vintage nature of my fan housing and some peculiarities to this Broan series, it took me a bit longer to swap fans than your normal modern switch out - between widening the bracket holes, cutting the electric motor axle to size, messing with the configuration of the mounting brackets (the fan housing bracket is supposed to go closest to the electric plug, as not depicted), the electric cord being slightly shorter than was used in the 1970s (requiring messing with mounting a few times until figuring it out), and figuring out the orientation of the fan to exhaust in my housing (the flat side of the fan should be facing you after-installed, as not depicted), I probably spent 2-3 hours total on just swapping the fan. All that being said, this buy saved me serious $$/time by not having to replace the entire housing in the attic, and this fan, along with a new Broan-branded grill, makes my setup brand new and ready for another 40 years.

    A few general notes for bath fan replacements - if you find insulation inside your fan housing, you likely have a more serious issue (your fan likely vents directly into the attic, or alternatively you have a hole in your exhaust line); if there are gaps between the drywall and the housing, tape it up to ensure all moisture goes through your new fan to be exhausted; and make sure you test that your fan actually exhausts (as opposed to installing it backwards by accident) by putting a piece of toilet paper up against the grill once you’re done.
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    Graham
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Perfect for an old bathroom fan
    Reviewed in Canada on June 22, 2021
    This motor is the perfect solution for replacing an old broken down motor from an ancient bathroom fan model. Its basically plug and play. My old motors collected too much dust so over time they deteriorated. This is a much better option than buying a whole fan unit,...See more
    This motor is the perfect solution for replacing an old broken down motor from an ancient bathroom fan model. Its basically plug and play. My old motors collected too much dust so over time they deteriorated. This is a much better option than buying a whole fan unit, especially if you don''t want to take down the old unit. Its a little bit more expensive, but it saves a lot of hassle.
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    Adeel
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Fit perfectly
    Reviewed in Canada on August 3, 2020
    My bathroom fan motor died suddenly. I was bit skeptical about buying a replacement motor kit online, wasn''t sure if it would fit and work just the same as the one the builder installed in my home. I read the reviews on Amazon and decided to go ahead. I was pleasantly...See more
    My bathroom fan motor died suddenly. I was bit skeptical about buying a replacement motor kit online, wasn''t sure if it would fit and work just the same as the one the builder installed in my home. I read the reviews on Amazon and decided to go ahead. I was pleasantly surprised. Fit perfectly and I can''t tell the difference between this one and the original one. I hope it lasts years as did the original, let''s wait and see.
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    barney1849
    4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Reversible feature saved me
    Reviewed in Canada on May 15, 2021
    Mount spacing was as expected. Shaft diameter smaller than hoped for but fan included with motor did the job once the rotation direction was reversed. No instructions, but figured reversing meant removing armature and flipping it around 180 degrees. Past experience with...See more
    Mount spacing was as expected. Shaft diameter smaller than hoped for but fan included with motor did the job once the rotation direction was reversed. No instructions, but figured reversing meant removing armature and flipping it around 180 degrees. Past experience with electric motors raised fears that there''d be brushes and springs all over the place. Fortunately this did not happen and the armature reversed easily to drive fan in right direction. Unit is quieter than fan it replaced and works well so far.
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    Sir S.
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Nice
    Reviewed in Canada on October 30, 2020
    I liked that even if the unit was the wrong the parts were interchangeable and you could build one out of both of them. luckily it was the right one so I did not have to go there.
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    maureen
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Perfect fit
    Reviewed in Canada on October 5, 2019
    Fit perfectly in our existing 25 year old fan. Glad you had the part otherwise it would have cost us a lot more to remove it from the ceiling.
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