Question about Dacor EHD3618SS Kitchen Hood
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: took off trim around lightbulb
Place the circle of the springs on the two small post that are in the center piece of the trim that heads into the hood, make sure that the two legs of the springs are to the outside of the post. The small legs should lay against outside the center piece. The larger legs should be angled downward. Look in the hood and you should see a piece of metal with a central vertical opening on each side. Take the trim piece with the springs attached and lift the wings of the springs so that they enter the slits. The important part is that the small legs of the springs must be placed against the outside surtace of the hood. As you push the trim piece in the hood the wings of the spring will be forced down through the slits by the pressure of the small legs of the spring against the exterior of the surface of the hood. This pressure will keep the trim piece in place. It may help to remove the filters so that you can see inside of the hood. Make sure that the small legs of the spring are against the outside surface of the hood or there will not be any resistance to create pressure by the springs.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
SOURCE: Dacor oven light bulb
Yeah, it's a rip-off isn't it? Been there. :-( Find the bulb part number or electrical values and search eBay. I think this is what you're looking for:
G4 halogen 12v 10w, dacor part 86364.
A search right now shows multiple vendors offering 10-piece packs for $7.00 including shipping. I'm about to order a set myself.
Posted on Nov 24, 2009
not certain about the afore mentioned resolution...but here is how i did it...i buy work gloves with a latex rubber coating...i put a pair of these on and was able to get a good grip with my fingers to spin the light out of the socket....the cover lens popped off....but that was ok...i got a better grip on the inside of the light...came right out. i will certainly be applying some wd40 to the next bulb i put in....
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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