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What model range hood do you have? To remove most of the bulbs from a Zephyr hood, wait for the bulb to cool after use. Then rotate the bulb counter-clockwise about 60 degrees (less than a quarter turn) and the bulb should drop down. If you have problems turning the bulb, try the glass suction cup that comes with the hood or a rubber/latex glove grip. Sometimes a rubber jar grip will also work.
The one way to find out your range hood bulb may be to remove one and look at the side/back. The bulbs are labeled. Otherwise, check your manual. Zephyr has the manuals for most of their ranges here: http://zephyronline.com/customer_support . Use the drop-down menu to select your model.
Different hoods use different bulbs. For AK6500, 6536, 6542 Cyclone hoods, purchase type: 4OR 14 mini flood light bulbs. For the AK2500, 2536 hoods, you need to purchase type GU 10 halogen bulbs. For the Anzio models, including the ZAN-E30AS, get a GU-10 50W halogen bulb.
According to the "Use, Care and Installation Guide for your unit,
Replacement bulbs are available at
specialty lighting stores. Purchase type
JDR E27 50W halogen bulbs.
Or to order bulbs, please call our service
center: 888-880-8368 or online parts store:
Original bulb has a JDR designation. I ordered bulbs and received bulbs with a JDRC designation, the brand was Hikari--these bulbs were shorter than the original bulbs and will not seat properly even after removing filters and turning bulbs by the neck of the bulb (porcelain section). Since they won't seat completely in the socket there is no electrical contact and they won't work.
I'm not sure if my Savona is the same one, but on mine, just remove the filter and you can see the base of the light bulb up above the fan base. You can see where the bulb screws into the fixture. Grab the ceramic portion of the bulb, and turn that part. You may want to steady the socket with your other hand because it is very flimsy.
just use an adjustable pliers wide enough to grip the outer small edges. Grip, turn counter clock wise and remove. The other way to do this is unscrew the panel behind the filters and you should be able to reach the neck of the bulbs.
Your problem is: After the power went out your Zephyr hood lights and fan don't work at all. There is a faint glow on the digital display but the fan and lights don't respond to pressing the control buttons.
First check the circuit breaker. If OK then check the transformer in the unit. It's next to the fan motor. If no power on the high side then you have a loose or broken connection. If you have no power on the low side the you have a bad transformer. If OK then you have a bad control board.
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