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UNIVERSAL COOKER HOOD LAMP 40W - E14
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Details / Specifications
Light up your cooker again with the Universal Cooker Hood Lamp. The universal lamp is designed to fit cooker hoods of select brands like Acec, AEG, Alno, Arthur Martin, Castor, CEA, Effeti cucine, Electrolux, Elektro Helios, Faure, Firenzi, Frigidaire, Husqvarna Electrolux, John Lewis, Juno, Marijnen, Moffat, Parkinson Cowan, Rex, Rosenlew, Salis, Sunline, tecnolam, Therma, Tricity Bendix, Turbo, Turboair, Vimar, Voss, Zanker, and Zanussi.
- Power: 40W
- Potential: 230-240V
Latest Product Review(s)
By Nikki - Chard - 7th May 2019
This bulb was easy to fit and take out the old one. Lights up your life!
Exactly what I wanted and easy to fit
By Edna Wilkinson - CASTLEFORD - 14th Feb 2019
Replacement cooker hood bulbs are good quality, easy to fit and value for money
By Lisa Thompson - FARNBOROUGH - 28th Jan 2018
Easy ordering, be handy if it arrived a little quicker however was exactly what I needed. Thank you!
Stand screw-in bulb for extractor fan
By Caoimh Smith - London - 3rd Aug 2017
Good replacement bulb for extractor fan, easy to fit, happy with purchase
Easy to fit
By Andre - Northwood - 5th Jul 2017
Having looked at other suppliers, I found all the required replacement parts here. Very satisfied!
By nigel smith - ashford surrey - 15th Sep 2016
this item perfect in every detail the only comment i would make about the total order was speed of delivery not received until 9th sep.
Great cooker bulbs
By Janet - Birkenhead - 16th Jun 2016
Good product but could have been cheaper. Ordered along with another item for convenience.
By Mr Mike Phillips - Towcester - 25th Nov 2013
What can one say, this was a replacement light bulb. It was identical to the old one and easily fitted
By Mr Graham Harmsworth - Grantham - 30th Nov 2012
Service from this company 100% Bulbs easy to fit i have a smeg cooker hood if a bulb blows it normally blows the fuse aswell so when you replace the bulbs they still dont work or the fan this is the tricky bit where is the fuse located ? They hide the plug socket & fuse up behind the chimley above the hood not a lot of people know that enjoy
Spend the extra for quality.
By Mr John O'Beirne - Barry - 25th Sep 2012
I bought a pack of two in a supermarket, did not last long at all, so spend the extra for a quality product.