You can help avoid grease residue and odours in your kitchen when you cook, by replacing your cooker hood filter regularly, as explained in this eSpares video.
Cooker Hood Repair Help & Advice
Your cooker hood has to battle some tough grime – take care of it by replacing the filters regularly. Our how-to videos will show you how to keep your extractor fan up and running for years to come with a regular clean and some basic maintenance. All filters and cooker hood spares are available on our website.
Understanding how your cooker hood works will help you to diagnose any faults which may develop; and in this video eSpares provide a brief "how a cooker hood works" guide.
If your cooker hood isn't extracting cooking odours, then it's likely you'll need to replace the cooker hood filter. In this video, eSpares explain how to use universal cooker hood paper grease filters.
Make sure that cooking vapours and smells are extracted properly by taking care of your extractor fan. Here eSPares explain how cooker hoods work so that you'll know what needs replacing if something goes awry.
Metal mesh extractor fan filters have to be cleaned rather than replaced. To tackle the task properly, watch eSpares show you how it's done.
We show how to remove and replace a Neff cooker hood filter and a blown cooker hood bulb. Replacement bulbs and replacement filters are common cooker hood spares that need replacing. Banish cooking smells and gives your hob light with this cooker hood maintenance video clip.
You should replace your cooker hood filter once a year to maintain its performance. In this video eSpares demonstrate how to find the model number of your cooker hood, change a filter and replace a lightbulb.