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Speaking of NuTone problems…, recently I discovered that the vent door on our NuTone kitchen exhaust had been painted shut by the previous owner.
The Marley 1080 is not rated for kitchen use- says so specifically on their install instructions. In have exhaust fan I found in the wall of the house I am remodeling the numbers on it are. To post questions, help other DIYers and reduce advertising (like the one on your left), join our DIY community.
It appears the plastic casing of the electrical box split at one of the holes where the screws go.
I purchased the house with fans already, it seems the seller or the people he hired just used the old electrical ceiling box without giving it much thought.
I looked up the installation manual for the fan and it said to use only a box rated for fan use and to avoid plastic boxes. I think the box might have a metal L bracket and nailed to a joist, like the one in the following picture which is from another light fixture that is very accessible.
With all the insulation and cramped space in the attic, I'd have a bit of a hard time making my way to the area and making sure I stay on the ceiling joists.
Most of the house does seem to have plywood under the ceiling joists, would that be enough to support me (I weigh 180lb) if I can't stay on the joists?

If your old box is next to the framing you could use a hacksaw blade to remove the old box and install one of these.
There are usually building codes with air flow requirements; check with your Building Department or another professional, or you may not pass inspection. I like the Air-O 808 by Tradewind — they say they’ve been making it for almost 50 years!
The vent is very cleverly designed with a chain that opens the outside vent flap and turns on the fan; pulling the chain turns off the fan and closes the vent. What I would recommend is that you talk to one of the companies that seems to specialize in Nutone repairs and see what they say. I just want to be clear about something here: we have just removed our microwave hood and the cabinet it was attached to. Get informed and be aware about the environmental & safety hazards in old homes, materials and products. The tricky part though will be in getting the wires down and I suggest you tie some string temporarily to the wires so you can fish them through the new box. Marley sells their fans nationally through electrical distributors such as GrayBar, Cresent Electric, AllPhase, for example. In addition, they are not specified for above a shower or tub unit — my preferred location for an exhaust fan in the bathroom.

I do not see anyway to remove the inside grill without turning on the fan, and cannot find the wiring without first removing the grill. The picture of the man working with one of these boxes with the brace is working on new work. I see lots of Trade-Wind ads in my vintage marketing materials.  I did not ask the company for its distributors, but I am assuming that as with Marley fans, you can get them from local electrical distributors.
To anyone else considering fussing with their vintage fans: Educate yourself and take appropriate precautions relative to environmental and safety issues. The clearance I have at the location where the box is located is probably 2 feet, but all that area is buried in like a foot of loose (cellulose?) insulation. So you might want to carefully look in the attic to see if the box is between two joists or not. For example, lead can be in paint, asbestos can be in insulation, EPA links on my Fast & Easy Pages and New?Start Here.

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