How to replace the lamp
STEP 1. How to replace the lamp 1
Use a refrigerator light bulb rated for no more than 30 watts. Important: Unplug the refrigerator first to avoid an electric shock.
Step1) Push both sides of the upper lamp cover inward, and then pull the cover out of the air duct. The upper lamp cover is identified by the arrows in the diagram below.
Step2) Push both sides of the bottom lamp cover inward, and then pull the cover out of the air duct.
Step 3) Unscrew the old bulbs, and then screw in the new bulbs.
The old light bulbs may be hot!
Step 4) Reattach the bottom bulb cover, and then the top bulb cover.
Step 5) Plug in the refrigerator.
Step 1) Push the center of the light cover's upper side, and then pull down the light cover.
Step 2) Replace the bulb with a size A15, 40 watt or smaller bulb.
The light bulbs may be hot!
Step 3) Reattach the light cover. First, align the rear hook of the light cover to the light case, and then push the front hook into place.
Step 4) Plug your refrigerator back in.
STEP 2. How to replace the lamp 2
The Arctic and Fresh Select Zone light are located in their respective compartments. Both the Arctic and Fresh Select Zones use a size E17, 30 watt bulb.
To change the light bulb in the Arctic or Fresh Select Zones, follow these steps:
Step 1) Unplug your refrigerator.
Step 2) Open the door of the compartment in which you want to change the lamp, and then remove all the food.
Step 3) Check the lamp cover attached to the lower part of the partition in the refrigerator.
Step 4) Push the front side of the lamp cover to separate it from the front hook, and then pull down.
Step 5) Remove the old lamp by turning it counter clockwise. Install the new lamp by turning it clockwise.
Step 6) To replace the lamp cover, fit the rear hook of the lamp cover into the groove first, and then lift it to fit in the front hook.
Step 7) Plug your refrigerator back in.
Step 8) Return the food to the compartment.
1. Be careful when you disassemble, it is fragile due to low temperature inside
2. Double check the lamp before replacing if you use correct one
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