Ignis Wpro Cooker Hood 12V 20W G4 Lamp for AKS681WH (857968115001)

Stock Number: ES188595

Manufactured by Wpro

(This part fits select Ignis models)

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Rated 4.7 out of 5 (22 customers)

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This product is compatible with:

  • Cooker Hoods

Description

Wpro Cooker Hood 12V 20W G4 Lamp
 
Are you in need of a new lamp for your cooker hood? Has your old one blown or been damaged, making cooking more difficult? If so, don't worry, eSpares can be of assistance. This genuine lamp from Wpro will soon have your cooker hood and your cooking back to normal. 
 
Specification:
  • Type: G4 Halogen
  • 20 watts
  • 12 volts
  • Low voltage (12V) halogen capsule lamp
  • Long life: 2,000 hours average life
  • Code: LMH008

Compatible with select cooker hoods.

Please check the list of suitable models to ensure that this spare part will fit your appliance.

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Rated 4.7 out of 5 (22 customers)
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    By - Norfolk

    Needed a new light bulb for our cooker hood. Espares delivered the correct bulb, quickly at a good price. Excellent service.
  • As described

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    Fast delivery. Great service, Item as described , it was a light bulb after all !
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    By - BN21

    I thought it unfair that I was charged for double postage on the two bulbs. Everything else was fine.

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  • Q Can this bulb be fitted in the EFC70700X - it looks like a sealed unit? 2 Answers

    By Anonymous - Halifax - 12 November 2014

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      Hi I have since opened the assembly, simply by prising off the "spring clip" that holds the glass in place, and successfully replaced the bulbs - just in case anyone has the same issue, easy to do and a lot cheaper too.

      By Anonymous - Halifax - 24 November 2014

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      We believe the bulb cannot be replaced separately and you may nead to fit the whole assembly Stock Number: ES623159.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 13 November 2014

  • Q Removed the whole light fitting by mistake 1 Answer

    One of the bulbs has gone on my cooker hood - Hotpoint he6tbk - but stupidly before I found out how to remove the bulb (prize out the bulb holder from underneath) I took out the entire lamp holder fitting by releasing the metal clamps from underneath the filters. The problem now is that I can't get the lamp holder back in place! I've tried every which way but loose but can't refit it. Does anyone have any tips?

    By Pt - Uk - 31 January 2016

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      The lamp holder Stock Number: ES1127790 has a spring strip that holds it tightly in place. if you have stretched the spring you may need to replace the whole lam assembly.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 01 February 2016

  • Q WILL THIS FIT HOOD NO BT9 3BGL 1 Answer

    By BRIAN - essex - 13 April 2015

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      WE do not know if your lamp fitting Stock Number: ES1386455 can be dismantled to access the lamp but if it can this bulb may be suitable.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 14 April 2015

  • Q can i replace these with LED bulbs 1 Answer

    By Anonymous - Bristol - 25 February 2014

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      If you can obtain led lamps that will fit then they should work in any cooker hood with a transformer.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 25 February 2014

  • Q how do I fit this bulb to the belling cooker hood the light looks like a sealed unit? 1 Answer

    By RJ - 21 January 2011

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      gently ease out the bezel and the glass,from underneath. Then remove the bulb and use a tissue or similar as these are halogen bulbs and must not be touched by bare skin as they can burn out very quick otherwise

      By petestoney - liverpool - 24 January 2012