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Universal Cooker Hood Grease Filter with Saturation Inidicator
Keep cooking grease smells and residues to a minimum with this universal high-grade grease filter for your kitchen extractor fan. It can be cut to size to fit your cooker hood, and features a saturation indicator so you know when it needs to be replaced.
Once a red discolouration is showing on your filter, it's time to replace it to keep your kitchen fresh and clean.
- Open your cooker hood according to your user manual and remove the old grease filter.
- Cut the new filter to the appropriate size - you can use the old filter as a guide.
- Fit the new grease filter with the red saturation indicator lines facing upwards.
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.
Good enough 15 April 2015
By - Berkshire
Great prices 07 April 2015
By - UK
cooker hood filter 25 March 2015
By - edinburgh
Q Is there any particular way the red lines on one side of the filter have to face when fitting, inwards or outwards? 1 Answer
By - UK - 23 March 2015
By 24 March 2015-
Q I have a metel mesh filter in my cooker hood. Do I still need the paper and charcoal filter as well 1 Answer
By - Essex - 26 January 2015
By 27 January 2015-
Q In the maintenance video, Helen shows us the grease filter in the hood. Hit is held down with a wire hinge and there is also another layer of fabric on top of the filter paper. What is this and do you sell it? 1 Answer
By - Derby - 17 October 2014
By 17 October 2014-
Q Will this fit a Belling Classic 90 Chimney Hood 1 Answer
By - Sussex - 25 August 2014
By 26 August 2014-
Q does this go inbetween the layers of the metal grills of which there are 2 on the Zanussi ZHC613X 1 Answer
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By - cambridge - 15 May 2012