Who makes appliances for MFI / Hygena / Howdens? Cooker hood filter needed.

Hi all.
I have a kitchen by MFI. [1]. I want a charcoal filter for the
extractor unit but they're either expensive or not recognised. Anyone
help me find the cheapest ones, please?
The extractor is a "Diplomat" 2210 using an APM 2906 filter. I know
its rebadged, but who actually makes them? Maybe I can get a better
price from the makers.
I've tried the online and local appliance stores and filter merchants
but no one recognises the parts numbers or the 'diplomat' range.
My local MFI store tells me they don't do them any more but I can get
a filter from Howdens, a trade only supplier. (Who have none in stock
at £20 each).
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Head office says they can do them at £33.82p and the unit is made
by Hygena.
I can find no single contact number for 'Hygena'. Argggh. Can anyone
help?
Thanks.
[1] Yeah, who buys MFI gets what they deserve. Yadd yadda...
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Mike Barnard
In message , Mike Barnard writes
If it's the type that takes a flat sheet then search on Ebay for 'hood carbon filter'. I found some that just cut to size to fit the existing recirculating Hygena cooker hood here. Much much cheaper than those prices.
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>In message , Mike Barnard > writes >> >>I have a kitchen by MFI. [1]. I want a charcoal filter for the >>extractor unit but they're either expensive or not recognised. Anyone >>help me find the cheapest ones, please? >> >>The extractor is a "Diplomat" 2210 using an APM 2906 filter. I know >>its rebadged, but who actually makes them? Maybe I can get a better >>price from the makers. >> >>I've tried the online and local appliance stores and filter merchants >>but no one recognises the parts numbers or the 'diplomat' range. >> >>My local MFI store tells me they don't do them any more but I can get >>a filter from Howdens, a trade only supplier. (Who have none in stock >>at £20 each). >> >>
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>> >>MFI Head office says they can do them at £33.82p and the unit is made >>by Hygena. >> >>I can find no single contact number for 'Hygena'. Argggh. Can anyone >>help? >> >If it's the type that takes a flat sheet then search on Ebay for 'hood >carbon filter'. I found some that just cut to size to fit the existing >recirculating Hygena cooker hood here. Much much cheaper than those >prices. Thanks.
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