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

Stock Number: ES1060962

Manufactured by Hygena

Only 3 left in stock Available for immediate despatch

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Description

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 (146 customers)
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    Cooker hood circuit that spare replaces had completely burned out. Had looked at buying new hood that we weren't sure would fit the existing space and tile cutout and was also a lot more expensive than this replacement part. Thankfully, able to solder, as only potentially tricky bit, but old cooker hood now repaired and up and running again, rather than being assigned to landfill. Win for us, win for the environment!
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    By - Bristol

    Placing order was an easy process and the part arrived a few days later. Fitting the new control panel required some soldering but otherwise fitting was trouble free. The part is a genuine part which is nice. Now working on all speeds, but make sure you switch off the higher speeds before turning the fan on otherwise there's too much of a power surge for the switch.
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    By - Hampshire

    very pleased to find an exact replacement for my cooker hood, was a bit daunted by the soldering aspect, Son in law has soldering experience so did the job, having watched while steadying the circuit board for him I need not have been so worried, as there was no need to solder as such, (ie no putting blobs of solder on)just heating up the pre-soldered connections and pushing the wires in, fiddly at times but a lot easier than expected, wife pleased to have the cooker hood light working again! Thanks E spares

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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 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

  • Q Fan not operating 1 Answer

    On my cooker hood the lights were not working and the fan operated intermittently, going off after 5 minutes approx. So I have replaced the PCB and now the lights work and the red led is lit but the fan does not work. Any suggestions? If the lights work and the led is lit does that mean the pcb wiring is ok and that the fan has now failed?

    By distant - Scotland - 07 June 2011

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      Hi distant, it could be that the fan is malfunctioning. My best advice would be to test each component with a multimeter to diagnose which has electrical problems.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 08 June 2011