Universal E17 15W Microwave Lamp

Stock Number: ES510048

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  • Microwaves


Universal E17 15W Microwave Lamp

Has the bulb gone in the lamp within your microwave? Can't see as your delicious meals cook to perfection? No problem, eSpares is going to brighten up your day! Check out this compatible replacement lamp, which will shed some light within your microwave once more.


  • Cap: SES(E17)
  • 15 watts
  • 240 volts
  • Clear
  • Long

This part is compatible with all model of microwaves with aE17 fitting. Please check that this lamp will fit your microwave before ordering the part.



How to find the correct lamp for your appliance

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 3.8 out of 5 (12 customers)
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    Just a spare bulb for a microwave oven but it was the right size, and delivery was prompt.
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    By - Staffs

    OK. Ordered this to replace a blown bulb in our Hinari Lifestyle. Supposed to be Universal but it isn't. It does not fit. Wrong diameter thread. Poor show!
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    By - Largs

    Unfortunately, when we tried to replace our old light, we discovered that the new ones we got from you were not the correct bore. They were Universal after all, and we had been unable to find any information on the model of our microwave when we originally bought them from you. I'm sure we will be able to use them at some other time in future. We can use these and the previous light in the microwave to buy the correct light

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  • Q How do I replace the bulb in my Baumatic microwave Model BTM23.1SS? 1 Answer

    By Anonymous - Lanark, Scotland - 24 July 2014

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      We are sorry but do not advise on repairs in this area as this is very close to the high voltage connections to the magnetron and accidental contact can easily prove fatal.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 24 July 2014


    By Anonymous - cumbria - 16 July 2014

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      In order to access and replace your lamp it is likely you would need to remove the cabinet. As this exposes the high voltage section and this could prove lethal if accidentally touched we do not give advice on this type of repair.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 16 July 2014

  • Q my microwave is sanyo.the bulb iset at back of microwave in a very small area. how do I remove it without damaging it 1 Answer

    The bulb area is not big enough to get even small fingers in there.

    By Anonymous - 27 June 2014

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      The bulb and holder are usually fitted from above but may require the removal of the cabinet to access this. We do not give advice on microwave repairs if it involves removing the cabinet due to this risk of death if accidental contact is made with the high voltages on the magnetron.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 27 June 2014

  • Q My kenwood gjss28 Microwave digital display no longer works. The microwave still works but I can't set anything 1 Answer

    By Anonymous - Manchester - 15 October 2013

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      Follow this link: http://www.fireservice.co.uk/safety/smoke-alarms This will give you lots of usefull information for this subject.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 21 October 2013

  • Q My Panasonic Genius is several years old; the bulb replacement is specified 125v 20w. Will the E17 be suitable? 1 Answer

    By antimatter - 11 January 2011

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      I doubt it - E17 is for 220v.

      By Anonymous - UK - 29 January 2013