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Heed to replace the fan/light switch on Technika TB10900 rangehood. Have purchased new switch but it has not come with wiring. The old switch which works apart from a break in the plastic molding which means it is not held solid in the frame, is removed be clicking off part of the wiring ( all the wiring appears to be linked together by a click together system) I dont know how to wire the new switch. any ideas

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Sesspod, 2 things... 1.) Pull the oven out and look on the back of it, there may be an envelope back there containing a technical data sheet which includes a wiring diagram. If not on the back, then possibly under the cook top. It is somewhere on your oven, sometimes the hard part is locating it. If you can find it, look closely and you'll see the wiring color and location is labeled. 2.) If you can't locate the tech data sheet, can you post a good macro picture of the back of your new switch so we can see what you're dealing with.

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just wondering what the problem you had was ? as i,ve just fitted a hood and have the exact same problem....
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I googled Hampton Bay Manufacturing and this is what I found:

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