Hygena Cooker Hood Light and Switch PCB (Printed Circuit Board) Assembly

Stock Number: ES1060962

Manufactured by Hygena

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This extractor fan light and switch PCB assembly is a genuine Hygena spare part. 

  • Features four buttons - one for the light and three buttons to control the speed.

As eSpares customer reviewers have noted; this item requires a bit of soldering to fit. If you haven't got one already, why not add a soldering kit to your eSpares order?

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Rated 4.5 out of 5 (156 customers)
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  • 100% for both price & delivery speed.

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    By - Essex

    It is the first that I have used e spares, I shall ALWAYS use them in the future.
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    I ordered this PCB for my kitchen hood, but selected standard delivery. When I phoned them to enquire about the delivery they said will take longer so they advised me to buy another piece and select express delivery. I got the item next day and the job done, they refund my first order on the same day . I am very satisfied with their service. I recommend espares and definitely use them in future when I need.
  • not easy to fit

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    By - United Kingdom

    this product could do with being supplied with wire tails and spade connectorsl already soldered to the board which would make life easier

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  • Q how are the chrome buttons replaced? 3 Answers

    By sigi - 05 December 2009

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      you have to reuse your old buttons by simply pulling them off the old p c b and pushing them on to your new switches they are a tight fit so be careful not to break them.

      By 2magpies - Derbyshire - 24 April 2010

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      Pull off from the other unit and place onto the new unit

      By Oliver247 - Kent - 02 March 2010

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      the chrome buttons just pull off the original with a careful pull and they push onto the new one easily

      By Anonymous - london - 16 December 2009

  • Q does this come complete with on/off buttons? 2 Answers

    By yiddo - 02 November 2008

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      The silver buttons are not included. You need to take them off the old unit and push them on the new one. Easiest bit of the job.

      By Oliver247 - Kent - 02 March 2010

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      Hi Yiddo With this part there are four switches. One for the lamp and three for speed (the lowest one incorporating on/off). I hope this helps!

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 14 November 2008

  • Q Where do I get a wiring diagram from? 1 Answer

    By Taff - Pembroke Dock - 13 November 2014

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      Sorry but we do not have access to this information.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 14 November 2014

  • Q APP 2420 Stoves Cooker Hood 1 Answer

    My cooker hood fan has stopped. The lights on the hood operate OK when I press the specific switch button. The other switches for the cooker fan do not produce a result. And the small red indicator light on the switch panel does not illuminate. I know this is guesswork, does the switch tend to fail more readily or could it be the fan motor. I suspect the switch mainly because the red indicator light will no longer illuminate regardless of whether the lights or the fan switches are pressed.

    By Anonymous - Gloucester - 02 August 2014

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      Your fault description does tend to suggest the problem is likely to be the switch rather than the motor.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 04 August 2014

  • Q Diplomat app2420 1 Answer

    Motor does not work. Red indictor light is also out. Other lights OK. IS it the motor?

    By William - Newcastle upon Tyne - 26 January 2014

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      The motor failing would not on its own cause the indicator to stop working. It is more likely to be a fault with the pcb.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 03 February 2014