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Did you have a hinge kit recently replaced? If so call them back they missed something. If not, look into the light circuit a if it goes to ground this light issue would happen. Most of these issues I found in the upper section behind the upper grills. I hope this helps
seems like thers tu much current burning the bulb--may be a module issue or othr electric gadget--the fuse may be frying too-test that pathway with a light--its labeld on the box--the ignition switch on steering colum is complex with wires also-gonna need a specialist eithr way
Good Afternoon bibliophilel, based on the symptoms you are
describing, may I suggest resetting the refrigerator. This can be done by
either unplugging it or flipping the household circuit breaker off. Wait
roughly ten minutes and then turn the unit back on. If the issue persists, then
more than likely the light socket and/or the door switch that triggers the bulb
and alarm are faulty. In this regard, I would suggest contacting an Authorized
Service Technician that will be able to assist you in the exact diagnosis of
the appliance and repair.
Most likely, you never notice the light bulb in your freezer or refrigerator until it is not working. Then it is time to replace the bulb. This is especially important with freezers, which are often in areas with poorer lighting, like basements or garages. Fortunately, the task is a simple one. Instructions
1 Unplug the freezer to prevent an accidental shock when you remove the light bulb.
2 Open the door of the freezer, look at the top inside edge of the freezer, below the door seal and back about 1 to 2 inches from the edge. You will see a small plastic or metal panel that protects the bulb from damage and shields your eyes from the direct light of the bulb when the door is opened. Reach behind the guard and remove the bulb by twisting it to the left.
3 Put your new bulb in by inserting it into the socket and twisting it to the right to screw it in. Be sure you use a freezer bulb--it is built a little tougher and is the correct wattage. You can find them at appliance or hardware stores. Plug the freezer back in to test operation of the bulb.
Unplug the Whirlpool refrigerator from the electrical outlet. Step 2 Locate the bulb on the inside of the Whirlpool refrigerator. Step 3 Remove the light cover. Usually these just snap off, but, on some models, they may need to be unscrewed. Use your screwdriver to unscrew the light cover retaining screws (if required). Step 4 Unscrew the old light bulb. Step 5 Screw in the new light bulb. Step 6 Replace the light cover. Plug the Whirlpool refrigerator back in. Test your new light bulb. Also note that the below can also work
Unplug refrigerator or disconnect power. Slide the light bulb cover toward the back of the compartment to release it from the light assembly. Replace burned-out bulb(s) with appliance light bulb(s) no greater than 40 watts. Replace the light bulb cover by inserting the tabs on the cover into the liner holes on each side of light assembly. Slide the cover toward the front until it locks into place.
NOTE: Do not force the cover beyond its locking point; doing so may damage the light cover. Plug in refrigerator or reconnect power. To change the freezer light bulb:
Unplug refrigerator or disconnect power.
NOTE: You may need to remove the upper freezer shelf or basket to access the light assembly. The light bulb cover opens from the back. Firmly press forward on the notches in the back of the cover and pull down the cover.
Remove the cover and replace the burned-out bulb with an appliance bulb no greater than 40 watts. Insert the front tabs of the cover into the liner and snap the back portion of the cover over the light assembly. Plug in refrigerator or reconnect power.
If you have access to a simple 12 volt test light, you can remove the bulb you replaced, turn on the turn signal and park lights and see if the test light lights up. If the turn signal contact blinks the test light and the tail contact lights the test light, you know your power supply to the bulb is good.
Next you will check the ground.
Using your test light, carefully touch the tail light contact with the test light tip and touch the test light ground to the socket ground. If the ground is good the test light should light.
Let me know what you find and we will go from there.