Baumatic Cooker Hood Impeller

Stock Number: ES1386373

Manufactured by Baumatic

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Rated 4.7 out of 5 (68 customer reviews)

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Baumatic Cooker Hoods

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Replace your damaged rotating device with this genuine spare part for select Baumatic cooker hoods. This will fit all models in the list of appliance.

To ensure this part will fit your appliance please call our customer service team on 0844 9777 888 with your serial and motor number. 

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Rated 4.7 out of 5 (68 customer reviews)
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    By - Wrexham

    Excellent service, my cooker hood was very noisy now its very quiet. Thought I was going to have to buy new cooker hood. Thanks to the reviews we purchased this impeller.
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    By - West yorks

    Prompt delivery. Perfect replacement fan for the extractor though baumatic say that it should have been replaced with fan and motor complete. Thank you to the guy who mentioned that this part would fit. Model BT7. 3GL . Bit of a so and so to fit but worth the effort and expletives
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    By - Warrington.

    BT7 3GL Cooker Hood - fan fits perfectly as stated by others. Perfect service, very fast delivery. Read other posts for disassembly instructions. In brief: - easier to take the whole assembly off the wall first, THEN remove 4 screws on top which hold fan housing in place. Remove both charcoal filters, then remove 3 screws holding end plate / motor base into metal air duct. The old fan was a bugger to get off, as it was just spinning on the spigot, so is very difficult to hold spigot still whilst unscrewing retaining nut & washers. **ANTI-CLOCKWISE THREAD**. Some other posters found it easier to break the old fan to get access to the spigot for pliers. I mistakenly gripped the top of the thread with pliers to slacken the nut - but then had to titivate the thread to take the nut again. Do what you find easiest. Bit of a pain working with the short flex to the motor, but you could remove this if you prefer. On the whole, a fairly easy fix, but don't attempt if your not competent with basic handtools. One last point, It would have been better to have a metal insert in the replacement fan to prevent the same thing happening again. How long it will last we'll have to wait and see. Great price though !!!

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  • Q will replacing this impeller cure a very noisy fan 1 Answer

    Baumatic BT9.3BGL cooker hood i have had to have Baumatic to repair 3 time in 3 years when the fan becomes very noisy. I am not sure if they replaced the whole motor or just this impeller. will replacing the impeller cure a noisy fan - makes a rattle/rumble noise. I know this is difficult without seeing/hearing but "an educated guess" might help me decide to buy. a new motor is prohibitively expensive as you know.

    By Sidders - London/S.E - 05 February 2014

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      A common cause of fan noise and vibration is the impeller going slightly out of 'true' so it rotates like a buckled wheel. This will significantly increase both noise and vibration. Spin the impeller and if it appears to wobble it would be the first part that I would replace.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 05 February 2014

  • Q Do you need to remove the entire cooker hood from the wall in order to fit this? 1 Answer

    By Frank - 04 January 2012

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      This is the first time I attempted this, but I didn't remove the entire rangehood. I turned the power off first, then I removed the top bit (the bit that covers the exhaust pipe - not the rangehood). It was silicon sealed, which I cut first. Then there are four screws that you unscrew from the top that releases the fan unit. It will still be attached to the power cord so it will sort of hang (you need someone to help hold it from underneath). Then unscrew the black side panel (the left side). The impeller is held there by a bolt. Release the bolt and washers and then the impeller will slide out. Slide the new one in and then add the bolt and washers back again. (the bolt was difficult to release as everything inside the fan unit was greasy and the axle needed to be held with pliers so it didn't turn while unscrewing the bolt). Screw the side panel back again and then hold up the fan unit up inside the rangehood to screw it back in from the top. Other notes: Its a good idea to scrape out any grease inside the fan case. Also if you take off the right side panel where the fan engine is attached, it will allow the metal casing to be totally removed and cleaned, but pay attention to how its setup. The engine is clipped into the side panel and if it comes out, you will need to twist and clip it back in again.

      By Anonymous - London - 24 January 2012

  • Q does this impeller have a nut attached to it. 1 Answer

    Because there is no picture I cant see if this part has a bolt attached which my original part does have.

    By mummy - 08 February 2011

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      Hi mummy, I've uploaded some photos for your perusal - as you can see there's no nut attached to the impeller.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 14 February 2011