Range Hood Repair Guides

These repair guides for range hoods can help you fix some of the most common problems. If you need help figuring out what the problem is with your range hood or downdraft vent, check out our range hood repair help page for symptoms and troubleshooting advice. You might also find the answer in our frequently asked questions or in the owner's manuals for your model.

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How to Replace a Range Hood Fan Switch

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The fan switch activates the fan motor in the range hood. If the fan switch is defective, replace it using the detailed steps in this repair guide.

How to Replace a Range Hood Electronic Control Board

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The electronic control board activates the fan and lights in the range hood. If the electronic control board is defective, replace it using the detailed steps in this repair guide.

How to Replace a Range Hood Light Socket

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When you replace a light bulb and it still won’t work, the socket is likely defective. Use the detailed steps in this repair guide that show you how to replace it.

How to Replace a Range Hood Fan Motor

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If the fan on the range hood won’t run, it’s likely that the fan motor has failed. Follow the steps in this guide to replace the fan motor.

How to Replace a Downdraft Vent Gear Motor

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The gear motor raises and lowers the air vent when you push the activating switch. Replace the gear motor if defective.

How to Replace a Downdraft Vent Blower Motor

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The blower motor spins the fan blade that removes smoke and steam from the cooktop area. Replace the blower motor if it doesn't run when activated.

How to Replace a Downdraft Vent Up/Down Switch

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The up/down switch starts the gear motor to raise and lower the air vent. Replace the up/down switch if defective.

How to Replace a Downdraft Vent Fan Control Switch

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The fan control switch activates the blower motor and controls the fan speed. Replace the fan control switch if it's not working.

How to Replace a Downdraft Vent Up/Down Button Pad

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The up/down button pad located on top of the air vent engages the activating switch when pushed to raise the air vent. Replace the up/down button pad if damaged.