In this video I literally pull apart and test all components. This was unfortunately not a simple fix and I ended up getting in deeper than expected in regards to troubleshooting… however this video is guaranteed to help you fix your fridge as well as get a more in depth thorough diagnostic of your fridge.

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27 thoughts on “Fridge Light Not Working? Here's WHY!

  1. Jofus says:

    Just a tip, If u have had frosting up problems because of bad door seal the switch probably is iced up!
    manually toggle the switch to break loose the ice!

  2. Soul Spa University says:

    Oh My God I can’t do any of this sh*t (🤣 )as he calmly says “we’re just going to, unplug the fridge, and perform rocket science, and fly said rocket ship, to the moon, then we will get out and look at Mars, before fixing the ship, and going there”

  3. Andrew Sams says:

    I pulled the switch out and there is no wires at all. Scraped the foam insulation out of the way still nothing? It's a second hand Inglis 28" so I think someone was in there before me and pulled the wires out rendering it unfixable.

  4. G. S. says:

    Before you drag out a bunch of tools and your VTM, first check the center contact of the bulb receptacle. This often gets compressed over time and does not meet up with the bulb even when screwed all the way in. With all power shut off pull up a bit on that contact and create some tension. Learned this from the maintenance guy at our apartment complex.

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