I want a new bulb for my cooker Hood but the problem being is the light is only sold complete by the manufacturer can you help.

Trying to find a bulb for the light its an osram 20W 12V hotpoint only sell the whole fitting C00298186 and they have not got it in stock

I have a cooker Hood the motor is still working but lights are not working the bulbs look ok

I tried to take out the whole light fitting to change the bulb (even though it doesn’t look like the bulb has blown) and now the fixture is loose so I think it needs replacing too. The strange thing is that both bulbs stopped working at the same time. I can’t see where the switch or transformer are in case the issue is with them.

Hygena app2440 no lights working

Friday, 22 December 2017 by

the lights do not work but the bulbs are good

Hi Paul Many thanks for getting back to me concerning the part I need in order to replace the halogen light fitting on my Hotpoint Cooker Hood. I will purchase this through your good self of course! In answer to your question as to what bulb I need, it’s a 20 watt 12V G4 bulb if this is of any help. Does this come with the lamp fitting or do I need to purchase these separately from you? In deed do you have in stock? If so what is the price as I will probably purchase a couple from you in order to have some spare. Look forward to your reply and thanks for your help thus far.

Kind regards


Hi, wished I had seen your video before pulling out entire lamp holder whilst attempting to remove blown bulb. I prised the entire unit out to check what bulb I needed and now it wont fit back properly. What part do I need as well as needing new bulb?
Thank you, Keith


I have just replaced one of the bulbs in this cooker hood, using your excellent online instructions. To do so I had to remove the glass which covers the bulb and I notice it is broken. Would it be possible to get a replacement. It is a circular piece of glass of small diameter.



Wednesday, 05 October 2016 by

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    Hi AL  This sounds like you have problem with the motor , it could be the motor capacitor or PCB