Universal E14 15W Fridge Lamp

Stock Number: ES654986

Manufactured by Electrolux

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Universal E14 15W Fridge Lamp

Has your fridge light bulb blown? This replacement will fit all refrigerators with the following lamp specifications:

  • Code: S28
  • Cap: SES
  • Type: E14 (Pygmy)
  • 15 Watts
  • 230 Volts

Genuine spare part for all models of refrigerators with an E14 fitting.

How to replace a fridge light bulb

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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    Product clearly illustrated and easy to identify, also good guidance on how to fit
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    By - Barnet

    As is usual with espares, the process was simple, fast and efficient.
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    By - London

    The product was excellent; good value, and easy to install. I also appreciated your quick response when it was clear that the first delivery had failed to get through, and a replacement was necessary. The fact that you were able to give me the time of arrival to within an hour was really helpful.

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  • Q How do you remove the existing bulb and are instructions included? 1 Answer

    By Ajay777 - 16 December 2008

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      Hi Ajay777 Removing your original bulb will involve removing the bulb cover (usually secured with screws), and unscrewing the bulb. To install the new bulb just reverse this process. Make sure you stay safe!

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 17 December 2008