|Item Weight||19 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||20.5 x 11.2 x 9.6 inches|
|Item model number||PM390|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Free 10yr Warranty on Major Components|
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Broan PM390 Power Pack Range Hood Insert, Silver
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- Recommended for use with Models LB30, LB36, LT30 & LT36 Liners
- Multi speed control
- 6" round duct connector/backdraft damper
- Enclosed light
- Optional 357NDK Non-Ducted Kit (Includes charcoal filter.)
- Improves ventilation and lighting over your stove
- 390 CFM and 6 sones
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Fan has 3 settings. Low is pretty quiet, high is somewhat noisy but not bad. The controls are sliders. The fan has 3 distinct settings: low, medium, and high. This unit plugs in; it is not designed to be hard-wired.
I bought this to go with the Broan LB30 30-Inch Hood Liner. I bought an older home that had an empty-inside wood hood (no over stove cabinet) and thought the liner would slip right in there, we pop the fan in, and that's it. I downloaded all the instructions, spec sheets, etc., I could find online ahead of time.
The instructions (both from the web and from the box) when utilizing the liner are confusing. My contractor had to call the 800# for advice and that person told him that the liner is not designed to hold up the fan. He said you have to either have a cabinet or build a box. In effect, the liner is just to cover up the wood, protect it, and give a stream-lined look.
After some discussion we decided to just use the liner to hold up the fan and it seems very solid. The liner installs with the opening pointing down (concave), so the bottom of the fan unit ends up 4" above the bottom of the hood and is hidden. I posted some photos.
It's slightly awkward reaching under and/or looking under to locate and move the switches which are on the bottom of the fan unit.Read more ›
Installed quickly since you can screw straight through the front or back wall of the unit to a 2x4 you place in the front and back of it.
Very quiet for its power. Clears my kitchen of an entire 20" cast iron skillet of bacon with ease!
Replacement of this unit would also be easy due to its design.
I thought the color would bother me not being stainless, but it is so slim and hidden (maybe only 3/8" reveal below mounting surface) I can not see the unit to know its not a different color. I will not be messing with it since it works so well.
I also originally purchased the Broan LT30 30N T-Shape Hood Liner for PM250 and PM390, Silver, 30-Inch Silver, but was able to build my own opening for it out of simple 2x4's and finish grade 3/4" plywood and paint the mounting surface with high gloss white to resist oil saturation. Works awesome and is easy to clean.
#1 it's very loud. I didn't think this would bother me so I opted out of a more expensive model. Our kitchen and family room are open to each other and when the fan is running, it's distracting to anything else going on. I can't hear over the sound of the fan if I am cooking at the stove.
#2 It gets really nasty greasy really quickly. It's not just the filter, but the whole underside. I'm not sure how often to expect disassembling and cleaning, but this seems to gunk up very quickly. Before too long, the grease will drip from the light and fan buttons. I have a 4 burner gas stove, to let you know the amount of cooking we do. I clean the filter regularly, but it gunks up quicker each time because I can't ever remove all the grease. I have been looking for some replacement filters but haven't found any yet. I wish the filters were thicker, because there is grease all over the internal parts of the fan as well, grease that has slipped through the filter. I wonder how long before this causes motor problems??
#3 Button Settings - there are different speeds, and my button seems to only prefer the highest fan speed. Sometimes it doesn't turn on until I crank it all the way up. I think the buttons themselves feel a little cheap.
#4 Light is so-so. If a lot of light is important to you, I'd go with another model. This gives off light, but not enough to consider it task-lighting.
Again, decent option for the price. Be prepared to clean very regularly. This is my first ducted hood vent so I'm not sure what is reasonable to expect.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Overall I've been happy with this hood, It really works well. My issue is that it is not quite a year old and the light lens covers have broken tabs already. Read morePublished 9 days ago by T. Slye
We were finally able to install this vent fan, when we did the frame that came with it was bent, the lights sometimes work, and it is LOUD. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jennifer Krantz
I used this to replace an old fan and light system in my home. I had to rig it onto an old custom-made system and it worked well (in my opinion). Read morePublished 2 months ago by Nichole R.
This unit is a good choice for homeowners looking to install a powerful exhaust fan above a cook-top. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tom S.
The fan and housing look like good quality materials but the cover and controls are cheap and i'm concerned about their longevity. Read morePublished 3 months ago by kellie weeks