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If you can't solve that by unscrewing and re-seating the bulb, it could be the door switch. Find the switch, and play with it - snap it open and closed a few times to see if you can get it to stay on steady. If that's the case, you need a new switch. They're easy to replace - just find a switch online by using the model number of the box. They usually pry out easily using something slim like a putty knife or a table knife. Unplug the 'fridge while you're working on it.
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