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Hi,

I'm looking for a replacement for this light fitting from my cooker extractor hood (see pic). Unfortunately, neither the hood or part have any brand markings on them. Anyone recognise it, or have any ideas where or how I could go about getting a replacement for it?

Many thanks!

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Pete999

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Whats wrong with that one?
It doesn't work?:tongue:o_O:)
 

snowhead

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Have you looked the metal strip that makes contact with the lamp once it's screwed in. Sometimes it's as simple as getting a screwdriver under the metal strip and lifting it slightly. There isn't a lot that can go wrong with these.
 

Andy78

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Have you looked the metal strip that makes contact with the lamp once it's screwed in. Sometimes it's as simple as getting a screwdriver under the metal strip and lifting it slightly. There isn't a lot that can go wrong with these.
Had that often on cooker hood lamp holders. They are all the same.
 

buzzlightyear

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john from Preston you need to change your avatar dont know what to look at you or the horse .LOL.
 
john from Preston you need to change your avatar dont know what to look at you or the horse .LOL.
You'd get more sense out of the horse to be honest ;)
 

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