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The first thing you need to check is whether the fan is operating, moving the cold air from the freezer to the refrigerator. If it is operating, you should be able to feel air flow in the refrigerator when the fan is operating. If you don't but the fan is operating then the cooling tubs are probably clogged with ice or frost.
The cover has to come off the microwave to access the bulb. There are several screws around the back and sides. Remove these and the cover should lift off, revealing the bulb. For your own safety, make sure that the microwave has been unplugged from the outlet for several hours before attempting this repair.
the light is simple take the back of and rplace the globe as for the fan i have looked a t the scematic and i cant see that it runs in line with the globe but it might meaning ounce the globe is fixed the poer will pass through it to the fan if the globe is replaced and the fan does not come on then you have a fault in line to it and it will need further investigation
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I think you're referring to the bulb which is not working. You have to remove the cover from the microwave to gain access to the bulb. Replacements can usually be found at appliance repair shops or stores and electrical or lighting supply stores.
the door protection circuit needs attention, the door catches operate microswitches, but there is also a third which is a crowbar microswitch. if all three do not operate in the correct sequence then the safety switch or fuse will go.