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I don't see any door switch or sensor in the electrical diagram; maybe it's mounted on one of the circuit boards and is operated by a mechanical actuator. On most refrigerators, that's near the top of the door.
From what you describe, maybe you should check for a warped door or a loose, bent or worn door hinge.
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there is a switch somewhere in the door frame, typically a little triangle which you can push in by hand and then the light should go out. If it does not, then the switch is bad.
If you can't find the switch, put your kid inside the fridge and close door to see if the light goes out, hehe
Beeping usually indicates that something has gone wrong. Probably not cooling properly. The water coming out would indicate that the unit has defrosted. Turn the unit back on again and see if the red side is cooling properly. Some wine fridges have independent evaporators which allows different cooling temps in different parts of the cabinet.
There is also a light override ON/OFF button next to the door switch to allow the light to remain on for display setups. Make sure that switch is off. If it is off, then your door switch must be shorted out and should be replaced.
It sounds like the bulb is not getting power. There is a door switch that turns it off when the door closes...this may be stuck. There is usually an optional (depending on age) ON/OFF switch that overrides the light to be on full time. If the light will also not turn on with that switch then there must be a disconnected or broken wire either going to the light switches or going to the light socket from the switches. I hope this helps.