Electrolux Cooker Hood Carbon Filter

Stock Number: ES1072184

Manufactured by Electrolux

Only 10 left in stock Available for immediate despatch

Rated 4.7 out of 5 (15 customer reviews)

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Give your kitchen fragrant air and a pleasant cooking environment with this replacement carbon filter. It's for use in recirculation cooker hoods and purifies air before it reaches the motor. 

This is a genuine spare for select  AEG, Arthur Martin, Corbero, Electrolux, Faure, Husqvarna, Juno, Therma, Voss and Zanussi cooker hoods.

Please view the model fit list before ordering to ensure the spare is compatible. 

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Rated 4.7 out of 5 (15 customer reviews)
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  • Electrolux Carbon Filters

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    By - Somerset

    Customer service helped me find the correct replacement Filters for my cooker hood. The filters were easily fitted and hopefully, they will help to remove some of the cooking smells from my kitchen. If the filters were made so that only the carbon granules could be changed and not the whole filter I am sure that they would be much cheaper and changed more often.
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    Good Product easy to fit. Would buy again. Good design. Good paackaging.
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    By - banffshire

    easy web site to use fast deliver quick and easy to fit overall excellent service

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  • Q Is this a carbon or charcoal filter? 2 Answers

    The no. Type 30 appears to be correct but your details refer to carbon but my user brochure for EFI635 refers to a charcoal filter. Please confirm which is correct and if this is the filter I need.

    By montymaster - 06 July 2009

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      Hi, charcoal filters and carbon filters are one and the same! Different manufacturers call them different things.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 01 March 2010

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      It is a charcoal filter, as indicated

      By onlinecr - Oxford - 26 February 2010