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Crackling noise when changing speeds on extractor hood - is this normal or is there a problem with the extractor hood?

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take the bulb out and bring it with you to store and see if you can find one the same . DIY stores have tons of types.Joe

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hi! most of the time this will be sticky switch normally located on the inside edge of the extactor unit behind the filter mesh!.hope his helps

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