Glen Dimplex Cooker Hood Bulb Holder

Stock Number: ES786711

Manufactured by Belling

(This part fits select Glen Dimplex models)

Only 7 left in stock Available for immediate despatch

Rated 3.5 out of 5 (2 customers)

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Description

Cooker Hood Bulb Holder

This is a genuine Glen Dimplex Bulb Holder which comes with a bulb included too. This holder is suitable for select Belling, New World and Stoves cookers. Please check the list of appliances to ensure that this part is suitable for your model.

This is Glen Dimplex spares reference: 082611610

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Rated 3.5 out of 5 (2 customers)
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    By - Southport

    Whilst a trade electrician might know how this product is wired it is not immediately apparent for someone fitting a on-off item. A simple guide to show how this should be wired would be useful; incorrect fitting is difficult to correct.
  • Replacement bulb holder

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    By - York

    After a wait of nearly two weeks the product arrived as it was out of stock.When it arrived within 30 mins had old one out and new one fitted and working no problems.

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  • Q how do you replace bulb on CH 503/6-3 hood 1 Answer

    By se - 12 January 2016

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      We are sorry but do not have information on this.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 18 January 2016

  • Q Belling CHIM60SS Lamp Holder 1 Answer

    How do I take the knackered one out and replace it

    By caroline Twiddy - United Kingdom - 16 December 2015

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      We suggest you take the hood off, then you can inspect it and find the holders mounting points to remove it.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 18 December 2015