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Re: refrigerator inside light will not go out when door...
This can be due to one of two things, either the door is not hitting the light switch when it closes or the light switch is bad.
Locate the switch, it is usually on the top of the cabinet inside the refrigerator, push the switch, if the light does not go out then the switch is bad, if the light goes out the door needs adjusted so it will hit the switch when it closes. Typically this can be done by loosening the hinges and holding the door in place while someone tightens the hinges back up.
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The door sometimes warps and need to be lightly twisted back to where all four corners make contact and seal.
Your unit may need to be tilt back a bit so the door wants to close y itself, the front foot pegs are adjustable and can be turned to make the front higher or lower than the back side of the cooler, gravity closes the door when the unit is leaning back.
check your owners manual to ensure it is not in the sabbath mode. if this is ok their could be a low voltage board problem behind the display or high voltage board in the rear of the refrigerator. unplugged the refrigerator before proceeding to repair it.
Many Kenmore side-by-side refrigerators have an ice and water dispenser
installed on the outside of the freezer door. The ice dispenser has a
flap that opens to allow ice to be released, and closes after dispensing
to keep the cold air inside of the freezer. The dispenser flap is
opened and closed by a solenoid, that when energized pulls the plunger
attached to the flap, opening the door. If the flap stops opening and
closing, it is likely due to a faulty solenoid.
THE CONTACT INSIDE THE FRIDGE THAT THE DOOR MAKES CONTACT WITH MAY HAVE DIRT OR SOMETHING ON IT,IF IT DONT MAKE GOOD CONECTION WHEN CLOSED THE LIGHT WILL STAY ON AND THE ALARM STILL CARRY ON GOING OFF.ALSO CHECK THAT THE LEVER INSIDE PUSHIES IN AND OUT AND NOTHINGS BLOCKING IT.ROB