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Light Socket WB18X27245
Light Socket WB18X27245
Light Socket WB18X27245

Light Socket

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This is a new, genuine OEM part manufactured by GE.
$15.45
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Part Description

Range Vent Hood light socket.  This is a new GENUINE GE replacement part.

Part Number

PD00058230

Manufacturer Part

WB18X27245

Manufactured By

GE OEM Info

Top Rated Repair Story

John from NC

Submitted on Feb. 5, 2023
1 Person Found This Helpful
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Problem
Light mount broke
Repair Story
The replacement is much better quality than the original. Can be replaced with common sense and basic handyman skills. P Read More

Part Numbers

Our Competitor’s Part Numbers for this part

  • 4586064
  • AP6278785
  • PS12170321
  • EAP12170321

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  • GE

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Part
Light Socket
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Customer
John from NC
Problem
Light mount broke
Tools
Screw driver. Wire cutters.
Repair & Advice
The replacement is much better quality than the original. Can be replaced with common sense and basic handyman skills. Pay attention to wire position before cutting from original light holder. New parts have grooves to insert both light holder and to place into fan top…had I noticed earlier would have saved me some time.
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Light Socket
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Customer
Sue from KY
Problem
Light Socket cage was broken
Tools
Flat head screw driver, pliers, and star bit screwdriver
Repair & Advice
First, turn off the power to the range hood. Remove the panel behind the light sockets which is attached with three small star bit screws. Next, maneuver a small flat head to pry up the 2 metal tabs holding the light socket frame. Remove this piece. This gives you access to the 2 small Phillips screws holding the socket in place. Remove these two screws and pull the broken light socket out of the back panel to review. Note which wire is connected to L (live) and which is connected to N (neutral) before removing. Pull out the two wires connecting the light socket using pliers. I popped the black replacement version out of the new socket cage and used the original white one. Once that was nested back into the new cage, you can reattach the wires. Again, using the pliers, make sure the wires are straight and reconnect your L and N by pushing these into the slots. Then just reattach everything in reverse! Voila!
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Light Socket
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Customer
Bernard from FL
Problem
GE Hood Socket was broken
Tools
Screwdrivers, pliers
Repair & Advice
Went to change the GU10 bulb to an LED one in the GE JVX5300SJ2SS Range Hood. Unfortunately, the socket was broken, so the existing light sagged down because it was broken- cheap plastic. This part was a perfect fit. Unfortunately, not much information on how to do it, so I had to figure some things out. First, I unscrewed the 3 or 4 screws which helped to partially remove the plate behind the front part with the lights. Not sure I really had to do that, but it gave me more room to work. The decorative stainless ring under the lights is held on by two metal tabs that are folded over. I pulled one up on one side, and I was able to slide it out of the other to remove. Rewire the new socket by simply pushing in the wire straight into the hole (which is sideways into the socket). Reinsert the decorative trim, being aware of how the socket sits on top for stability. Done.

Model Cross Reference

This part PD00058230 (Mfg #WB18X27245) works with all models listed.

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GE JVX5305DJ1WW Range Hood
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GE JVX5360SJ1SS Range Hood
GE JVX5365SJ1SS Range Hood
GE JVX5305DJ2BB Range Hood
GE JVX5305DJ2WW Range Hood
GE JVX5305EJ2ES Range Hood
GE JVX5305SJ2SS Range Hood
GE JVX5365SJ2SS Range Hood
GE JVX5360EJ1ES Range Hood
GE JVX5300DJ2BB Range Hood
GE JVX5300DJ2WW Range Hood
GE JVX5300EJ2ES Range Hood
GE JVX5300SJ2SS Range Hood
GE JVX5360DJ2BB Range Hood
GE JVX5360DJ2WW Range Hood
GE JVX5360EJ2ES Range Hood
GE JVX5360SJ2SS Range Hood
GE PVX7300EJ1ES Range Hood
GE PVX7300EJ2ES Range Hood
GE PVX7300FJ2DS Range Hood
GE PVX7300SJ1SS Range Hood
GE PVX7300SJ2SS Range Hood
GE PVX7360FJ2DS Range Hood
GE PVX7360SJ1SS Range Hood
GE PVX7360SJ2SS Range Hood
GE JVX5365SJ3SS Range Hood
GE JVX5305DJ3BB Range Hood
GE JVX5305SJ3SS Range Hood
GE JVX5305DJ3WW Range Hood
GE JVX5300BJ1TS Range Hood
GE JVX5360BJ1TS Range Hood
GE JVX5305EJ3ES Range Hood

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