Universal Cooker Hood Carbon Filter

Stock Number: ES655011

Manufactured by Electrolux

(This part fits select AEG models)

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (79 customer reviews)

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Will this part fit my appliance?

This product is compatible with:

  • Cooker Hoods with appropriate dimensions (please see the description)


Greasy residues and odours are unappetising. Keep your cooker hood well-armed to combat grime by regularly replacing its carbon filters.

  • Dimensions: 570 x 470mm
  • 400g/m2

Fitting Instructions

  1. Simply cut to fit. Alternatively you can fold over
  2. Use the old filter as a guide to get the correct size

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (79 customer reviews)
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  • Perfect!!

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    By - Hampshire

    The product is just what we needed. The purchase was easy and the delivery speedy. All in all an excellent transaction
  • Clean air

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    By - Uk

    Easy fit even for an. 80 year WOMAN.? Also the filter very pleased with the prompt service of espares
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    By - Essex

    Great product, good price, excellent service from seller

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  • Q Can I use this instead of buying the new charcoal filter APL2900 for my Hygena cooker hood model APP2500. 2 Answers

    I purchased 2 of these universal carbon filters from you but I do not see how they fit into the charcoal filter box given it is all squared off etc. If it is possible pls let me know how to fit your product. many thx

    By englandisstunning - 28 April 2010

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      Please contact our sales department and confirm your model number as you have provided two different model numbers. This carbon filter is also not made to fit in a carbon box so it's possible you may have ordered the wrong part.

      By eSparesMalindi eSpares Staff - 02 July 2010

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      We bought it for our de detrich hood and just cut it to size. It is working perfectly

      By mindy22 - Dublin - 15 June 2010

  • Q will this work for miele DA3190 60cm retractable rangehood? 1 Answer

    This hood model uses DKF13 filter from Miele for replacement. However,I am planning to replace the carbon filters with this one and cut into the same size as the old one and wrap it with the paper grease filter. Would this work?

    By james - 24 April 2014

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      This may work but we would have to advise you that this could lead to possible damage of the cooker hood.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 24 April 2014

  • Q re Neff cooker hood D99M5NOGB/02 1 Answer

    I have just discovered that our cooker hood charcoal filter was never fitted by the expensive kitchen suppliers approx 6 years ago. There is a space where I now realise it should have been, and another supplier has priced the item at £58.99. Is there a cheaper option please? there is no support structure for a filter to sit in, though there are lugs to fit into something Many thanks

    By Helen - Gloucester - 29 March 2014

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      If your cooker hood vents to the outside and does not recirculate the air it is not necessary to filter the air and filtering will reduce its performance.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 31 March 2014

  • Q what filter do I need for a CATA CTCG60? 1 Answer

    the order form that came with the oven hood recommended an active carbon hood filter

    By jo - 18 February 2014

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      You only need a carbon filter if you are recirculating the steam and old air around the kitchen. If it is vented these are not required.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 19 February 2014

  • Q What filters do I need for cooker hood number CDA-MX6-1SS No 0510? 1 Answer

    I have what appears to be an unbranded cooker hood number CDA-MX6-1SS no 0510. It has been installed for 6 or 7 years and I have been told that the filters need changing. What exactly do I need to replace? Is it the round bits on the end of the motor or the square bits directly above the hob? Is there anything else that would need replacing on it while I am sorting it out? Many thanks

    By Anonymous - UK - 09 February 2014

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      If the air is recirculated into the kitchen replace the round carbon filters. If it vents out you can remove these. The metal grease filters can be cleaned with a degreasing agent and reused.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 10 February 2014