No - be aware of the differences. First, the power entry is rotated about 30 degrees clockwise from the 9091, so if you use conduit that is a problem. If you use flexible wiring, it's probably ok. Also, the heat comes out 180 degrees from the 9091 location. You have to run one additional wire for the night light. The exhaust vent will line up in the same place, and securing the housing will use whatever you had before. I had the rotary switch, and the 9093 has 4 separate switches. The 9093 has two motors - one for vent and one for heat - no solenoid or linkage to redirect the flow of air from the single motor of the 9091.
Date published: 2017-07-29