Friday, September 9, 2016

A Rare Find: Aubrey Fan Replacement Parts

Our home is a place where we spend a large amount of our time. Because of this, we naturally like to decorate our homes, purchase new furniture, and do maintenance on our home. Some of my favorite equipment in my home is my Broan range hood and my stylish Nutone bathroom fan. However, one of the major issues with some of these products is that they become obsolete or no longer produced by the manufacturer. As a result, finding replacement parts can be extremely difficult.

In my bathroom, I have an Aubrey brand model that has been discontinued for many years. Sadly, my bathroom fan motor went out and I wanted to replace it rather than purchase an entire new unit.

After a little research, I discovered that my specific model hasn’t been in production for over 8 years. My chances of finding a complete new one would be near impossible. The only other option would be to purchase a new system. If I decided to buy a different bathroom fan, I would have to worry about finding one that is the right size, style, and color.

It would be terrible to purchase a new unit and have to repair my bathroom wall where the old one once was. Even after repairs, my bathroom still wouldn’t look the same again.

I determined that I did not want to tear my bathroom apart for a new fan, so I decided to search for replacement parts. After surfing the internet for hours, I came to the conclusion that Aubrey fan replacement parts did not exist. Some sites claimed they had replacement parts, but then I quickly became discouraged when I found out that they actually didn’t have any parts at all.

Not being able to find a replacement motor meant that I had to do what I didn’t want to… purchase a different bathroom fan. I still disliked this idea and continued searching.

No more than 20 minutes later, I found exactly what I was looking for! I found entire listings of replacement parts for Aubrey fan models. I felt that there must be a lot of people like me who do not want to hassle with purchasing a whole new bathroom fan system when it could easily be fixed with replacement parts.
To help those who are searching for Aubrey replacement parts, I have taken the time to compile a list of models and their replacement parts. I really hope that this can be useful and spare people the hassle of making a new fan fit where an old one once was.

Aubrey Fan Replacement Parts

Instructions: Click here to go to the Aubrey fan replacement part website. Simply type in one of these model numbers in the model search bar to find your specific model and its associated parts. There are hundreds of models that are not listed below. To save you more time, you can also click on one of these models and it will take you directly to its replacement part page. Additionally, you can call us directly Toll Free at 866.368.8663 for further information.


  1. Thanks, I hope you found what you are looking for! There's nothing more frustrating than not being able to find a simple part to fix something.

  2. Thank you, thank you, thank you, for being so thoughtful of others. My parents passed away, and we are giving a facelift to their home, including new vent covers. Their Aubrey Model 7000 unit still works fine, but we need a new cover. Thanks to your research, I was able to get in touch with the folks with the part.

    1. Awesome! Im glad that I was able to help you in some way. Most of the time those older fans still work fairly well but the grille always looks worn after many years. Now you can replace just the cover instead of the entire unit!

    2. I'm looking for an Aubrey motor for a wall mount exhaust fan. I can't find a model number. The motor is type U63 . 6108048018

    3. Unfortunately, I need more information about the Aubrey wall mounted exhaust fan before I can determine the motor you're looking for. Most of the time a model number of the unit is stamped on the inside of the housing either on a sticker or physically on the metal and generally buried under some dust. I've contacted you through email with further information and instructions.

  3. My model number 562 is coming up on the site as a kitchen exhaust fan but it's in my bathroom. Any ideas is I can see pictures of the parts to determine if they are the same?

  4. Hi Home repair, I looked into the situation and discovered that the system mislabeled the Model 562 as a range hood when it is actually a bathroom fan. I checked my manufacturers manual and confirmed that our listed Model 562 is a bathroom fan. Unfortunately I do not have any photos of the unit, but it is the one you're looking for. Please feel free to chat with us at 866.368.8663 if you need any further information.