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Old 03-09-22, 10:29 AM
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need vent hood manufacturer

We have a vent hood over a gas stove with the two LED lights gone bad. We cannot find the manufacturer for parts. Purchased at Home Depot but they just give us a business card with a Home Depot number. They donít have a clue. Googled a bunch of places without luck. Hauslane makes vents, but upon sending pictures said not this one.

Took a while to discover that Intertek is a testing company and they no nothing about this device. Pictures include the only label on the device. Planning on moving soon making this a little bit urgent.

Can anyone give me a pointer as to where to find these lights?


 

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03-09-22, 09:25 PM
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The ROHS just means "reduction or restriction of hazardous substances".

L09 is the part number and it's listed at several parts distributors but is out of stock everywhere.
Even the L07's are not available.
 
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Found replacement lights on HD website by searching "ROHS L09".
 
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I found those also. The wires are attached differently, and the connector is different. I will wait a week or so and if cannot find the right ones will order those, cut the wires, add some quick connectors, and install them.
Thank you for taking the time to look.
 

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The ROHS just means "reduction or restriction of hazardous substances".

L09 is the part number and it's listed at several parts distributors but is out of stock everywhere.
Even the L07's are not available.
 
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I wonder if you could make a standard 2.5" or 2.75" LED puck light work. Might need a little Macguyvering to get it to install correctly. But if you're in a pinch.

Some examples (no idea about the vendors):
https://www.aspectled.com/collection...att-equivalent
https://www.build.com/product/summar...05?uid=3995585
 
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From 2john02458 post I ordered a couple of lights. Hopefully they will fit and I can patch the wires in. If not, I don't know what I will do.
Thank you for taking the time to reply.
 
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If the connectors are not the same you have 2 choices.

1. Cut the connectors off and connect the old ones to the new lights.

2. Cut the connectors off and just splice the wires together.

If in a high heat area you might need nylon or ceramic wire nuts. (The material of the existing connectors will indicate what should be used.)

Since the lights are 12 volt LEDs polarity of the wire connections may be important. Pay attention to + and - or wire colors. If they don't work one way try the other.
 
 

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