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    How to Replace the Lamp in a Cooker Hood

    If the light in the extractor hood on your cooker is no longer working, it is most likely that the bulb has blown. This can be expected to happen after a period of time and use. In this video we show you how to remove and replace the lamp in your cooker hood.

    For information on how to confirm a faulty cooker hood see our diagnosis article. »

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    Video Transcript: How to Replace the Lamp in a Whirlpool Cooker Hood


    IMPORTANT: BEFORE REPLACING A PART IN ANY ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE, YOU MUST ENSURE THAT THE APPLIANCE IS FIRST UNPLUGGED FROM THE MAINS.

    Start by removing the grease filters from the underneath of the hood. These should lift off quite easily.

    Remove the lamp cover by unclipping the two clips at the back of the cover.

    Next, fully unscrew the lamp and gently remove it. Screw in the new lamp, being careful not to over tighten it.

    Replace the lamp cover by clicking into place and replace the grease filters.

    Please bear in mind that the location and method of removing lamps may vary according to your brand of cooker.

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