You can repair fridge lights easily by replacing the switch.
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The link above will show you all switches available on Amazon for many different models of fridges.

If your refrigerator light is not coming on it could be as simple as replacing the light bulb but if you have found that is not working it could still be an easy fix.

This video shows how to replace the light switch in your fridge and how to get helpful tips from partselect.com to do it.

If your refrigerator light is not coming on than start by getting the model number and going to partselect.com to look up the most common reasons why people have problems with their same fridge.

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20 thoughts on “Repair fridge light (simple fix)

  1. Rob says:

    Not necessarily Most modern refrigerators have a low-voltage relay that works with the door switch to provide power to the light bulb when opening the door. if the relay is bad, then the light does not work either. In addition, a lose connection or cutting wire can make malfunctioning the light too. I have the bad experience on my refrigerator and still trying to find the root cause. Thanks for the video.

  2. james cannon says:

    Oh my goodness I thought I had a burned-out light, which I could not remove. 40 seconds in this video it said it could be the switch. My switch was frozen, but a very gentle tap fixed it. Thank you very much

  3. 6977warrior1 says:

    Just looking at a light bulb will NOT determine if it's dead or not. You need to screw it into another working lamp socket (if it's a normal A15 style bulb). Keep your fingers crossed that it doesn't light when you do this test since it means the bulb is dead and will cost you a measly $2 to $3 for a replacement 40W A15 appliance bulb. It should be an appliance bulb since it's designed to turn on and off a lot and can withstand high heat (for your oven) or cold temp (for your fridge). I was mislead to believe that this identical problem on my fridge was caused by a lamp contact (about $43) or door switch(about $41) and am glad I did the quick and easy bulb check. Resolved for $1.79. By the way, the old bulb filament did not rattle, looked good and no burn/dark marks on the old bulb.

  4. Jashn says:

    Well I'm here because I was having a argument with my mom ..she was in her room while I was in the kitchen having a glass of water from refrigerator.. As I was angry I sort of tap the upper part of fridge with a lot of force and now the light isn't working and I'm scared for my life …I swear if my mom finds out I'm dead

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