Universal Cooker Hood Lamps

Stock Number: ES103324

Manufactured by Wpro

(This part fits select models)

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This product is compatible with:

  • Cooker Hoods with old bulbs of the same rating (please see the description and video)


Universal Cooker Hood Lamps

Has the bulb gone out on your cooker hood lamp? Finding it difficult to see as you cook up your wonderful dishes? Shine some light back in your cooker hood with this compatible replacement pack of two bulbs from eSpares. Once fitted, you will be able to watch again as your food is cooked to perfection!


  • Includes x 2 lamps
  • Type: T25L
  • Code: LMH009
  • Cap: SES(E14)
  • 40 watts
  • 230-240 volts
  • Long life: 1,000 hours average life
  • Universal

Universal cooker hood lamps designed to fit cooker hoods with the above specifications.

Please check the list of suitable models to ensure that this spare part will fit your appliance.

How to replace an oven lamp

This video should help with fitting this part. However, the exact layout and fitting technique may differ for your make and model.

Be safe - always unplug any appliance from the electricity supply before carrying out any work on it.
If you are in any doubt contact a qualified repairer.

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    By - Martlesham, Suffolk, England

    Good value from an easy to use, helpful website. The product seems to be well-made and a genuine replacement part for the make of the cooker hood.
  • Fantastic company

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    By - Essex

    These guys really know there stuff-I've moved into a property thats 30 years old with its original appliances (for the most part!). They're hardly used so no need to replace them/ But obviously, their age was a concern-Well, I found espares. I don't think there's a part out there that they DON'T have! Brilliant, really fast turn-around too, 10/10!!! Thanks guys
  • Just what I wanted

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    The only caveat is that the description does not make it obvious that it is a packet of two. I only wanted two but bought four. Nevertheless just want was required.

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  • Q Both bulbs on my Stoves cooker hood have failed, been replaced but still not working. Could the light switch that have failed somehow. Is this likely? 3 Answers

    The bulbs failed so replaced both with genuine bulbs but neither work in the hood. The fan and controls etc work but not the lights. I have checked the bulb holder contacts and pulled the contact plate up but still not working.There is not much more to go wrong with the bulb holder. I assume that it is likely to be the light switch that has failed somehow. Is this likely?

    By Malcolm - cotswolds - 05 November 2014

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      You will need to check the continuity of connections from the switch to the power connection and through to the lamps and motor. Remember to disconnect first before working on it.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 06 November 2014

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      There are no obvious 'witness marks' where blackening has occurred.

      By Malcolm - cotswolds - 05 November 2014

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      The switch may be OK but the board that the switch is on may have been damaged if the bulb went short circuit. Examine the switch assembly for 'witness marks' where blackening has occurred from damage.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 05 November 2014

  • Q Both my light and my extractor fan are not working. I switched the light on last week and heard the bulb blow. I can replace the bulb but cannot find where the fuse is for the fan. Can you help me please?? 1 Answer

    By Anonymous - Manchester - 03 November 2014

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      There is likely to be a fuse where the extractor is connected to the wall either on a plug or in a fused switch. If there is power at the wall it may have blown print on the switch-bank itself as this can happen with excess current.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 04 November 2014

  • Q We have a hygenaApp 2102 and have purchased a bulb from you. How do we get to the unit holding the bulb to replace it. 1 Answer

    By Lisa - Emsworth - 17 October 2014

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      We do not have any exploded diagram for your hood but believe it is going to be a similar repair to: How to replace a cooker hood filter http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/6/1139/how-to-replace-a-cooker-hood-filter

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 20 October 2014

  • Q Is the screw thread large or small? 1 Answer

    I've already received lamps with the narrow thread as I couldn't tell from the description but I need the large thread.

    By Anonymous - 22 September 2014

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      A larger screw threaded bulb is Stock Number: ES654990. In order for us to answer your question or source the exact part you require please provide us with the following information: Appliance make, model and serial number of your appliance. For further help visit the "Finding Model Numbers" page on our website here: http://www.espares.co.uk/findingmodelnumbers. Alternatively please copy and paste this link into your web browser.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 23 September 2014

  • Q Bulb and fan question 1 Answer

    Hi, the bulbs in my Whirlpool extractor hood have blown one at a time - I could not see how to extract them though - I've tried twisting, pulling etc - could you advise? Also, when the second bulb went, the fan suddenly stopped working - any ideas what I need to do or replace? Thanks, Chris

    By nogoodwithelectricstuff - Leicestershire - 01 December 2010

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      Hi nogoodwithelectricstuff, the bulbs are most likely screw fit - they may just be a bit tight. If they're really not coming out after a bit of welly, look at the housing in which the bulb sits. Are there any screws holding it in place? If there are, remove them and maybe that will help in getting the bulbs out. With regard to the fan not working either - it sounds as if the fuse has blown. Replace the fuse in the plug and you should be all good. Best of luck.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 02 December 2010