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Rob, Home Appliance Technician
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My cooker hood DI 9814M (p/no 942 122 371) has a failed fuse

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My cooker hood DI 9814M (p/no 942 122 371) has a failed fuse (p/no E.T4AH250VP) in the electronics module for which I need a replacement fuse, preferrably of the same type. The fuse is 20mm x 5mm ceramic type with endcaps. I have failed to locate this model of fuse on the AEG lists of available parts, via the internet, or from any other source. Can you advise me where I may obtain a small quantity of them or is there an equivalent that I may obtain and use? I believe the fuse is an electronic, slow blow model. The service engineer I called out declared the hood beyond economic repair without even opening the electronic module cover ! I can find no other fault but the blown fuse which might have failed co-incident with the lighting transformer for which I now have a replacement unit. To give you confidence that I might be reasonably competent I was an aircraft electronics technician in a former life before I retired. With thanks, XXXXX XXXXX email :[email protected]

Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Appliance
Expert:  Rob replied 4 years ago.
Welcome, my name is XXXXX XXXXX I will be helping you with your problem today. If anything isn't clear, please just ask me.

Am I correct in thinking that this is an inline fuse that is soldered onto the board, rather than into a clip in frame type fuse?

Customer: replied 4 years ago.

No it is not a soldered in-line fuse. I stated that it is a 20mm x 5mm ceramic fuse with endcaps. It clips into a fuse holder making contact by

the endcaps.


I notice your company is registered in the USA. Are you based in England with local English knowledge ?

Expert:  Rob replied 4 years ago.
Hello Len

I am actually in Spain, but from London, so have over 30 years experience, particularly with AEG appliances.

I understand about the end caps, but sometimes on these boards, the fuse is soldered in, so I needed to be sure.

The fuse is available here. Just click on the word in blue.
You can order it there.

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