Universal Cooker Hood Filter Kit

Stock Number: ES131936

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This product is compatible with:

  • Cooker Hoods with appropriate dimensions (please see the description)

Description

Universal Cooker Hood Filter Kit

Your kitchen cooker hood extractor fan processes some tough grease and grime - replace your filters regularly to keep it running smoothly. This filter kit is for 60cm models of cooker hood. These filters are cut-to-size to fit your cooker hood with precision.

Kit includes:

  • 1x striped grease filter measuring 114 x 47cm (cut this in half to make 2 grease filters)
  • 1x charcoal filter measuring 57 x 47cm

Instructions for use:

  1. Remove cooker hood grid
  2. Cut new grease filter to size with the black stripes facing inward
  3. Cut charcoal filter to size and lay it behind the grease filter (on the inside)
  4. Put grid back in place
  5. Tip: When removing the old filters wear disposable gloves and have degreaser to hand. This can be a messy job

Top tips on maintaining your cooker hood:

  • Always use a grease filter, whether it's for recirculating or ducting fumes. This ensures your cooker hood and kitchen is free from grease contamination.
  • In summer, it's best (if possible) to duct the fumes to the outside air. Remove the charcoal filter when doing this.
  • In winter, to avoid losing warm air, use the cooker hood in the recirculating mode. Re-fit the charcoal filter to prevent cooking smells being blown back into the kitchen.
  • NEVER use filters after they have ceased to function efficiently.
  • CHANGE your filters when the stripes become visible. This means the filter has reached saturation and is no longer useful.
 
Manufacturers’ names and numbers are used for reference purposes only. This part is in no way associated with the original manufacturer's part
 

How to replace a Neff cooker hood filter and 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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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (427 customers)
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    By - East Anglia

    An easy to use very well priced product, thats easier to order than the manufacturers original.
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    By - High Wycombe

    This was the first time I had considered replacing the filter in my cooker hood. The filter kit came well packaged and was so simple to cut and fit. Highly satisfied, great product.
  • Just the job

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    By - Devon

    this was just what I expected and enough to do 3 changes very good for the money

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  • Q Can the carbon and grease filter be fitted together in hood, i.e. on top of each other 3 Answers

    I have a Hotpoint HTN40 Cooker hood

    By Ali - Cheltenham - 08 September 2010

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      you dont need carbon with a cooker hood that extracts to the outside. You only need a carbon when you have a recirculating cooker hood. e.g. do you have a grill on the outside of the kitchen wall for the fan?

      By Russell - cumbria - 21 July 2015

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      Yes I always put both filters in together. When you have a fry up for the family check the filters - these are cheap enough to change before they get too blocked.

      By Trisha T - Clacton on Sea - 30 July 2013

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      I would say yes, our cooker hood came with both installed.

      By Bomber - Oxfordshire - 16 November 2010

  • Q My Neff hood has a metal filter, when cooking grease goes through the filter and into the motor from there it drips back down onto the rear face of the filter. Would this additional filter cure the problem? 1 Answer

    By Tony - Lancashire - 12 July 2015

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      If your hood is recycling the air instead of venting outside then it should have carbon filters attached to the motor. It would be more effective to replace these than trying to fit this filter as your appliance is not likely to be designed for this.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 13 July 2015

  • Q Can these filters be cut to size and used in my Kitchen Wall Extractor Fan (Xpelair)Do you stock these filters separately. 1 Answer

    By R. F. - Lancashire - 06 March 2015

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      These filters can be cut to size and used in many extractors.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 09 March 2015

  • Q What holds the filters in place. 1 Answer

    Are there supposed to be clips or do they simply sit on the 2 Frames.

    By Pedro - Devon - 22 July 2014

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      This type of filter is used in cooker hoods as shown in the How to Video. If your hood uses a metal panel grease filter this product is not suitable.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 22 July 2014

  • Q fitting new gease filter to cooker hood, this has red stripes, do they face down or upwards. thankyou 1 Answer

    By Anonymous - scotland - 21 November 2013

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      It does not matter but if you can see from under the hood it is easier to know when you should change it.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 21 November 2013