Question about Kitchen Ranges
We have the above model cooker hood and the company that installed our kitchen put the electric plug inside the upight cover. The fuse has now blown in the plug and we are unable to remove this cover to gain access to the plug, we have looked at the instruction manual and cannot find how to do this. We have removed the two side screws but we are still unable to remove the upright section. Any ideas.
Thank you for your letter, we had to dismantle the whole cooker hood to get to the electric plug.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
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