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I now have the same problem: I HAVE AN LG FRIDGE MODEL LRFC22750. THE LIGHT COVER INSIDE THE FRIDGE MELTED DUE TO THE LIGHTS STAYING ON WHEN THE DOORS CLOSE. THERE ARE BUTTONS ON THE INSIDE UPPER DOOR FRAME THAT SHUT THE LIGHT OFF WHEN THE DOORS CLOSE. THERE IS A MALFUNCTION WITH THE BUTTONS BECAUSE WHEN THEY ARE PRESSED IN THE LIGHTS STAY ON. ANY SOLUTIONS Also the top latch on the door has now come off the door. How can I install this latch?

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LG has issued a service bulletin about this problem. You need to call LG or the ratailer you bought it from and tell them what's going on...the entire cost of the repair (parts and labor) should be covered....at least it was the last time I did one for a customer.

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SOURCE: HAVE AN LG FRIDGE MODEL LRFC22750. THE LIGHT

EFFECTIVE FROM(SERIAL NO.) from 704MR***** to 801MR***** Subject Lamp Cover Melting Improvement (LG 3D Basic) / 2nd No. Loc No. Before Change After Change Note K-Code Remark Part No DESC./SPEC. Part No DESC./SPEC. 1 501A 6871JK1011A PCB Assembly,Main /
6871JK1011D PCB Assembly,Main /
WINNER1 DISPENSER ENERGY STAR '08 C 3 Change Relay SPEC. 2 503F 3111JJ1001X Case Assembly,Display /
WINNER1 BASIC BRAND ABQ33905315 Case Assembly,Display /
SOLO PARA SERVICIO, NO PARA PRODUCCION C 3 Thermoprotector addition. 3 503F ABQ33905304 Case Assembly,Display /
ABQ33905315 Case Assembly,Display /
SOLO PARA SERVICIO, NO PARA PRODUCCION C 3 Thermoprotector addition. 4 409B 6912JK2002C Lamp,Incandescent /
60W 120VAC 0.40A 480LM - WHITE 6912JK2002E Lamp,Incandescent /
C 3 60W to 40W

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