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    Domestic DM2652LBX Refrigerator Interior Light Not Working

    Changed bulb still no light. Wire seem to be connected. Any ideas?

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    Re: Domestic DM2652LBX Refrigerator Interior Light Not Working

    Check for a blown or loose fitting fuse on the circuit boards on the back side of the fridge.


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    Re: Domestic DM2652LBX Refrigerator Interior Light Not Working

    That sounds complicated.

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    Re: Domestic DM2652LBX Refrigerator Interior Light Not Working

    Quote Originally Posted by danemayer View Post
    Check for a blown or loose fitting fuse on the circuit boards on the back side of the fridge.

    Would the fuse only stop the interior light from working? Everything else seems to be working just fine.

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    Re: Domestic DM2652LBX Refrigerator Interior Light Not Working

    Quote Originally Posted by mrussell1959 View Post
    Would the fuse only stop the interior light from working? Everything else seems to be working just fine.
    There are likely several fuses and perhaps on your model fridge, the light is the only thing powered by that fuse.


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    Re: Domestic DM2652LBX Refrigerator Interior Light Not Working

    The light is activated by a mechanical switch. Try checking it and the wires attached to it and the light socket.


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    Re: Domestic DM2652LBX Refrigerator Interior Light Not Working

    You might try spraying the switch with Caig DeOxIt contact restorer/cleaner. Every RVer should know how to use a volt/amps/ohms multimeter. With this you can measure for 12 volts DC at the light switch terminals.

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