I am replacing my RadonAway fan which has seemingly burnt out. However, the sticker on the current fan identifying the part number is self-contradictory: Which model number? It's marked as an RP265, but part number 23032-1 is the RP260 while 23033-1 is the RP265. Since there is a difference in flow rate, I want to make sure I purchase the correct one -- which one should I buy?

  • Not a shopping question per se -- this is very specific and answerable, as well as being of persistent value (the question is the part number discrepancy, the OP already knows where to buy it and what generally to buy) – ThreePhaseEel Mar 11 '18 at 16:19
  • better source, same conflicting numbers. radonaway.com/products/radon-fans/rp265.php Do you see a watt/amp rating? – agentp Mar 11 '18 at 17:47
  • The only people likely to know are at the manufacturer. If they are putting conflicting info on their products and web site, there's really no other source that would know better. – fixer1234 Mar 11 '18 at 19:47
  • @fixer1234 good point. I'll call them tomorrow. – Eli Lansey Mar 12 '18 at 0:40
  • With something as serious as radon, go with the higher flow rate. I suspect your model is discontinued and the replacement is not exact but improved. RP265c - 23033-1 – Alaska Man Mar 12 '18 at 3:29

I spoke to the manufacturer this morning and they confirmed that a small number of units went out with the incorrect part number but with the correct model number. So this is the RP265.

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