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Bulb replaced but FREEZER LIGHT still not working

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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.
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1 Unplug the freezer to prevent an accidental shock when you remove the light bulb.

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