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Re: LIght is out in freezer. How to replace and can I do...
Yes you can do yourself
Usually in a medal frame - use screwdriver to pry gently away - inside is a module with bulb - a number will be on it - just take out and insert new one and put frame back
You can obtain at an appliance parts store or on ebay usually (mine costs about $10-$12 at appliance store.)
I thought you meant the power light on freezer but
on reading it again looks like you mean in freezer - same idea but it's more likey a fridge / freezer bulb - just take off the panel and take your sample to a lighting or hardware store or contact manufacturer on their website if it is an oddball bulb.
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Open the freezer drawer, the light bulbs are not covered, just hidden. If your able, get on you hands and knees, with the drawer open, look inside and up, the bulbs are in front on the top of the freezer compartment and can be unscrewed to replace. The above comment meant is you have issue to preform the task of being on your hands and knees, then laying down could help. As I get older it becomes more difficult to even change a light bulb somedays.
The bulb still not working after replacement, this means the new bulb is working, but its not getting power.Either is short in the wires connecting to the bulb socket or the bulb/ light switch is faulty.In most of the cases, the switch gets shorted internally and , this causes the problem.Get the connections in the switch and to the switch checked, by meter as well as visually.This will confirm the problem.---------
This should help.Thanks.Helpmech.
Replacing Light Bulbs To avoid electrical shock which can cause severe personal injury or death, disconnect power to refrigerator before replacing light bulb. After replacing light bulb, reconnect power. To avoid personal injury or property damage, observe the following: • Allow light bulb to cool. • Wear gloves when replacing light bulb. Fresh Food Section (style of light shield varies) 1. Slide clear light shield toward back of compartment to release from light assembly. 2. Remove light bulbs. 3. Replace with appliance bulbs no greater than 40 watts. 4. Replace light bulb cover by inserting tabs on light shield into liner holes on each side of light assembly. Slide shield toward front of refrigerator until it locks into place. Do not force shield beyond locking point. Doing so may damage light shield. Freezer (style of light shield varies) 1. Reach behind the light cover. 2. With firm pressure, press forward on the notches at the back of the cover and pull down the cover will open from the back. 3. Remove the cover. 4. Remove light bulb 5. Replace bulb with appliance bulb no greater than 40 watts. 6. Insert front tabs of light cover into slots in freezer liner and snap rear portion over light assembly until rear tab engages.
First off its the repair mans problem not an electrican, he probably knows its a hard job and does not want to do it, probably be alot of work to replace it, check with Victory an see it a replacement part is available an ask how hard to replace.
No. If you see that the bulb was burned, you can replace it yourself, you dont need to take off the battery terminal since taking it off might cause more trouble to your car. dont worry you cant be electrocuted by a 12V dc by just replacing the bulb