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#171171 - 11/21/07 06:41 AM Remodel Infrared Heat Lamp fixture.
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Remodel Infrared Heat Lamp fixture.

Does anyone here know of a remodel fixture (installed after the fact) that is a heat lamp for a bathroom?

I missed 48 of them on a poorly clouded change order and now need to put them in finished bathrooms.

Basically something like this Broan 161 but able to be installed without access to the ceiling space other than the hole that is cut to install it.
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#171180 - 11/21/07 08:27 AM Re: Remodel Infrared Heat Lamp fixture. [Re: ITO]
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I tried looking for ya.

You might be able to install those with a hole smaller than the square trim.

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#171207 - 11/21/07 10:46 PM Re: Remodel Infrared Heat Lamp fixture. [Re: Active 1]
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Juno’s TC2R housing with 251-WH trim is rated for 250 watt heat lamps.

http://junolighting.com/Spec%20Sheets/Juno/G1_1_2.pdf
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#171217 - 11/22/07 09:05 AM Re: Remodel Infrared Heat Lamp fixture. [Re: caselec]
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 Originally Posted By: caselec
Juno’s TC2R housing with 251-WH trim is rated for 250 watt heat lamps.

http://junolighting.com/Spec%20Sheets/Juno/G1_1_2.pdf



That is what I am looking for! Thanks!
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