Electrolux E14 40W Oven Lamp for DSO51GAGR

Stock Number: ES654987

Manufactured by Electrolux

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Rated 4.7 out of 5 (268 customers)

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Will this part fit my appliance? [?]

This product is compatible with:

  • Cookers & Hobs with old bulbs of the same rating (please see the description and video)

Description

This a genuine branded bulb and will fit most cookers that require an E14 40W bulb.

If you've got a Bosch, Neff or Siemens cooker we'd recommend the lamp cover remover tool.

This is a genuine spare part for select ovens from AEG, Bauknecht, Electrolux, Husqvarna & Juno. Prior to ordering, please check the list of appliances to ensure this is the right part for your model.

How to replace an oven lamp

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 Reviews

Rated 4.7 out of 5 (268 customers)
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    By - Wakefield

    Oven bulbs for Neff oven look to be much better quality than others on offer on the Net. Element in bulb seems more robust - time will tell...
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    By - Herts

    Arrived on time, packaged well. Easy to fit once I managed to get the bulb cover off. Difficult to rate this product so early in its life, as length of life is perhaps the most important quality of a light bulb.
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    By - Paignton, Devon

    Arrived next day, great service. Far easier than trying to find one at the shops. Easy to fit and does the job

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  • Q how do you install the bulbs inside a neff oven? the glass has no screw and isnt just popping off. 6 Answers

    By crilly - 26 September 2009

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      See Stock Number: ES1123508 as check the reviews of this product as it makes a great difference.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 14 August 2014

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      Use this device its great, it is so easy you will wonder why it didn't come with oven; Neff Lamp Cover Remover Tool it can be bought from this site, this is the link http://www.espares.co.uk/reviews/cookers-and-hobs/neff/u1721n0gb%2F02/p/1092/1126/0/654787/1123507/lamp-cover-remover-tool.html?gclid=COuPlKCR0LYCFXDMtAodMUQAMw

      By Nickname - 16 April 2013

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      Put your Marigolds on and persist!

      By Clickety Mick - Poole - 13 January 2011

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      Hi Crilly, We've had a lot of feedback on this issue and have since introduced a light cover removal tool. This should make the job a lot easier, see it here.

      By Michael eSpares Staff - eSpares Towers - 26 January 2010

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      I guess this depends on the oven model. I recently replaced the bulb in our main (Neff) oven. The glass cover unscrewed though it was a little tight to shift at first. The bulb is also a screw fitting and is quite recessed in its housing. It's just possible to get enough grip on the glass to unscrew it. The whole task took a couple of minutes to complete. No tools required.

      By MrBodgeit - Chester - 01 November 2009

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      If located at the top rear right hand side you should be able to unscrew the lamp cover by turning it anti-clockwise. To prevent damage place a towel into the oven bottom. These can be really stubborn - if no good with the oven cold, try warming it up to say 70 degrees C and allow it to cool a little and while still warm try removing again. Neff's call centre suggest vinegar to help loosen it.

      By Dizco - Bristol - 26 October 2009

  • Q how long does a bulb last in a halogen oven 2 Answers

    By Beryl - Liverpool - 06 March 2009

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      in our Neff oven, between 3 and 6 months. The first time the bulb went I thought it must have been a faulty bulb, but we've got through 4 bulbs in the past year. I always buy them at least two at a time now.

      By nick - camberley - 28 December 2012

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      They seem to last about two years thats when i last change one.

      By rowman - London - 07 April 2009

  • Q Product question 1 Answer

    Does this come with the bulb cover remover?

    By Chris - Brighton - 15 October 2014

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      If you have a Bosch Neff or Siemens oven and require the fitting tool see Stock Number: ES1123508

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 15 October 2014

  • Q I need to replace the bulb from my Siemens oven. The details on the bulb i have removed are as follows: Philips 40w 240v 300C EQ and then a "G7". Can you please confirm which bulb i need to order from you? Many thanks 1 Answer

    By Anonymous - Glasgow - 10 August 2014

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      In order for us to answer your question or source the exact part you require please provide us with the following information: Appliance make, model and serial number of your appliance. For further help visit the "Finding Model Numbers" page on our website here: http://www.espares.co.uk/findingmodelnumbers. Alternatively please copy and paste this link into your web browser.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 11 August 2014

  • Q Spare bulbs for Neff Ovens 1 Answer

    I see you offer spare bulbs, but I have now replaced the bulb three times and each times it has failed after only a day or two. The replacement bulbs have been to the same spec as yours, namely E14 40 w resistant up tp 300c from a reputable make, Cr ompton. Any suggestions? They also state CE12.

    By Howie - 02 January 2009

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      Hi Howie In order to find the right lamp for your cooker I will need your specific model number. For help finding your model number, refer to our handy guide here: http://www.espares.co.uk/findingmodelnumbers.aspx

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 09 January 2009