Hygena Cooker Hood Switch Box Assembly

Stock Number: ES1030719

Manufactured by Hygena

Only 9 left in stock Available for immediate despatch

Rated 4.1 out of 5 (35 customers)

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Hygena Cooker Hoods

Description

This replacement switch box assembly is a genuine spare part for select models of Hygena cooker hoods.

Please note: the colour of this part may vary from what is shown - this will not affect the quality of the part or the performance of the appliance.

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Rated 4.1 out of 5 (35 customers)
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    By - Norfolk

    I was not hopeful when I went on the net to find a replacement unit for our cooker head switches, - but e-spares came up with a replacement unit and with a little help with my soldering iron my wife is happy, thank you!!
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    By - Chester

    Had made several repairs with jumper wires but it became necessary to eventually buy a new control unit. The website is very comprehensive and it's easy to find the part and confirm suitability. The buttons were tricky to refit as the switch spindles were fractionally bigger. A quick file of the plastic sorted it. Job done in about an hour.
  • Item just as described!

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    Perfect replacement for defective part - had to employ an electrician to fit it as soldering necessary, but this was done swiftly and with no problems.

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  • Q Connections for PCb ES 1072696 1 Answer

    Above slightly different from original pcb. Before soldering need to identify contacts. Luke (chat) gave Hygena Tel No. --useless, only warehouse. Help!!! Who produced the PCB?? or can identify contacts 1, 2, 3, L, X. Thanks, now urgent

    By George - Northallerton - 24 November 2014

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      Sorry but we have no other information on this part and it should be similar if not identical to the switch being removed.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 24 November 2014

  • Q Should I go for the PCB Assembly or the Switch Box as both pictures look the same.How many wires need to be soldered? 1 Answer

    My existing cooker hood does not have a brand name. The failed switch box looks exactly the same as the pictures of the e spare boxes. My failed switch box has 9 wires attached on it.

    By alf - Kent - 05 May 2014

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      We are sorry but do not have any information on this spare. However if this part is unsuitable we will (subject to our conditions) accept its return.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 06 May 2014

  • Q how many wires need to be soldered 1 Answer

    my existing extractor do not have a name. The switch box looks exactly the same to the Hygena box. My failed switch box has 9 wires on it. Wonder if the spare box would fit. Should I go for the PCB Assembly or the Switch box as both pictures look the same.

    By alf - Kent - 05 May 2014

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      We are sorry but do not have any information on this repair. However if this part is unsuitable we will (subject to our conditions) accept its return.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 06 May 2014

  • Q I am replacing the fan and fan motor in my extractor hood for the Hygena APM2592; do I need to replace the switch box assembly as well? 1 Answer

    By nc - london - 14 January 2014

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      It should not be necessary to replace the switch bank unless it has been damaged by a faulty motor, In practise this is unlikely to have happened.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 15 January 2014

  • Q Who can fit this cooker hood part? 1 Answer

    By duckie - 14 April 2010

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      We unfortunately do not have any guides for fitting this part, please contact an engineer for technical support.

      By eSparesMalindi eSpares Staff - 18 June 2010