Hygena Cooker Hood Switch Box Assembly

Stock Number: ES1030719

Manufactured by Hygena

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Rated 4.0 out of 5 (32 customer reviews)

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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 4.0 out of 5 (32 customer reviews)
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  • saved me buying a new cooker hood

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    Fits perfectly. If your OK with a soldering iron then no problem, but you will need three hands to replace your switch box.
  • The right part

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    By - Hampshire

    It took awhile to find the right part as the cooker hood is at least 17 years old and only has a product number without the manufacturer's name plate. With the help of an electrician he diagnosed the fault and I tracked down the part on the internet. The electrician fitted the part with a soldering iron and the whole procedure took about 20minutes. I'm delighted to have found the right part and have my cooker hood working again. One electrician told me I'd never find the right part and anyway it would be cheaper to buy a new hood which would have meant pulling my fitted kitchen apart and cost several hundred quid.
  • Good functionality but DIY competence essential

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    By - Northwich

    This product replaced my failed switch box exactly but there are some drawbacks attributable to the original design rather than to eSpares. Unfortunately, rather than having a simple plug connector, it requires wires to be detached from the failed unit and then re-soldered onto the corresponding points on the new unit. This was reasonably straightforward but not ideal especially if this is not a skill possessed by the DIYer. The quality was as good as the original but, considering the number and low tech nature of components on the circuit board, I thought the item was very expensive.

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  • 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

  • Q Electrical connections 1 Answer

    Does the pcb switch unit for APM2591 come complete with the flylead wiring or do the existing wires require de-soldering and re-soldering to the new unit? thanks Rob

    By RMASecurity - London - 04 June 2009

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      Hi, this box does not come with the flylead wiring - you'll need to re-solder your existing wiring on to it.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 05 February 2010