hanging the light bulb in your LG refrigerator is a simple task. Here’s how to do it:
Before you begin:
- Make sure your refrigerator is unplugged or the power is turned off.
- Wear gloves to protect your hands and avoid leaving fingerprints on the new bulb.
- Locate the Bulb: Find the light bulb that needs replacing. Most LG refrigerator bulbs are located inside the fresh food compartment (the main section of the fridge) near the top.
- Remove the Light Cover:
- Depending on your refrigerator model, there may be a light cover or shield over the bulb. Remove it by gently pushing up or squeezing the sides to release it.
- Unscrew the Old Bulb:
- Turn the old bulb counterclockwise (lefty loosey) to unscrew it from its socket. If the bulb is stuck, you might need to use a cloth or glove for better grip.
- Replace with a New Bulb:
- Screw the new bulb into the socket by turning it clockwise (righty tighty). Be sure not to overtighten; just make it snug.
- Reattach the Light Cover:
- If you removed a light cover, carefully slide it back into place, ensuring it clicks or locks securely.
- Plug In or Turn On the Refrigerator:
- Plug the refrigerator back in or turn on the power. The new bulb should now illuminate the interior of the refrigerator.
- Check the Light: Open and close the refrigerator door to make sure the new bulb is working correctly.
That’s it! You’ve successfully changed the light bulb in your LG refrigerator. If you encounter any difficulties or have a unique refrigerator model, consult your refrigerator’s user manual for model-specific instructions and recommendations regarding replacement bulbs.