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Ge refrigerator light switch needs replacement

Ge profile refrigerator light switch needs replacement. The light switch on the bottom left of the fridge was hit by a falling can and broke. I can't tell how you get the old part out. Can someone help?

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No but where do I get a new switch part? Do you know what the part number is?

Posted on Sep 07, 2009

  • vgals Sep 07, 2009

    Grab a pair of pliers and pull it out easy. There are 2 wires behind it that clips on the light switch. I need to know where to buy the part for the switch.

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