15W E14 Pygmy Oven Bulb for 444446043 Stock Number: ES188635
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- Cookers & Hobs Please check the specifications match your bulb
15W E14 Pygmy Oven Bulb
If you are in need of a new lamp in your oven because the current one has blown out, let eSpares help. We have this replacement lamp that could soon be yours, to solve your problem - and get you back to having some light in your oven. You will soon be back to being able to easily view your meals within the oven again.
- Wattage: 15W
- Cap Fitting: E14/SES
- Lamp Style: Pygmy Clear
- Bulb Temperature: 300°C
- Type: T22
- Long Life: 1,000 Hours on average
Universal bulb that fits most cookers that require an E14 15W bulb.
Please check the above specifications match your bulb to ensure compatibility.
4 Questions and 4 Answers
Chris at eSpares says...
This is suitable for all appliances that use a E14 lamp.
- NO.... Why? The internal solder/weld in the bulb will melt - only rated to ~400 degrees C. 500 degree C rated bulbs do exist, but they are expensive. BUT, to save money u can do what I do, which is, use a cheaper Strangerlandreadily available bulb and remove it every time u do a pyro clean. They r easy to remove and in the process u can clean the glass bulb cover. Note: the pyro cleaning function does a great job of cleaning the metal surfaces, but only a mediocre job of cleaning glass. U r better off cleaning the inside of the glass door and the bulb cover manually before u bake the crap on with the pyro heat.
Changing an oven light bulb 1 Answer
I have a Kenwood oven (ckbu 300) which is 3 years old and the bulb needs changing. I know I have to unscrew the light bulb cover to remove the old bulb but it will not move. Any ideas?
- Try rubbing a bit of cooking oil round it to loosen any debris.
Changing oven bulb 1 Answer
Please can you give me details of the removal and replacement of an oven bulb in the ACM 219/1BR cooker
Rory at eSpares says...
Hi scottt, replacing the oven lamp is a simple case of removing the lamp cover, then unscrewing the old one. The lamp cover may also be threaded; if not, try using a blunt tool to help you lever it away.