A faulty switch unit may cause such problems as the unit failing to switch on or complete light unit failure.
The P.C.B module on your cooker hood may fail due to moisture from steam or a build up of grease. To help prevent failure it is important to ensure the grease filters and carbon filters are replaced periodically to maintain good airflow.
Many cooker hood control modules look may look the same but the components and configurations are different.
It is essential that you check your model number appears in the fits model list.
To find the model number of your cooker hood you will need to remove the metal grease filters, an identification label should then be visible around the inside of the hood.
You will require a soldering iron to replace this unit.