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LG Refrigerator Freezer Door Switch Replacement #6600JB1010A

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This video provides step-by-step repair instructions for replacing the freezer door switch (or drawer switch) on an LG refrigerator. The most common reasons for replacing the freezer door switch are when the ice maker isn’t working, the water dispenser isn’t working, or the freezer light isn’t working.

All of the information for this freezer door switch replacement video is applicable to the following brands:
LG, Kenmore

Tools needed: multi-screwdriver, Phillips head bit, flat head bit

Step By Step Instructions

1
To replace the freezer drawer switch, pull the drawer out and remove the screws securing the drawer assembly to the rails.
2
Next, remove the drawer bin by lifting it up from the rear.
3
Lift off the drawer assembly from the rails and set it aside.
4
Now remove the screws securing the left rail support to the liner.
5
Disconnect the drawer switch wire harness to fully release the rail support.
6
Use a flathead screwdriver to depress the tabs to release the old switch from the support.
7
Disconnect the wire harness from the switch.
8
Install the new freezer drawer switch by first connecting the wire harness.
9
Insert the switch into the slot in the support and snap it into place.
10
Reinstall the rail support by first reconnecting the wire harness.
11
Now pull the upper drawer out and insert the tab on the rail support into the slot in the liner.
12
Reposition the support and replace the screws to secure.
13
Reinstall the drawer assembly by first pulling out the slide rails.
14
Now align the rear tabs on the drawer assembly with the rear slots on the rails then insert the front tabs into the front slots.
15
Replace the drawer bin by aligning the lip of the bin with the tabs and lower the bin into place.
16
Replace the screws to secure the drawer assembly to the rails.
17
You’re now ready to plug the power cord back in and confirm that the new freezer drawer switch works properly.
Description
This video provides step-by-step repair instructions for replacing the freezer door switch (or drawer switch) on an LG refrigerator. The most common reasons for replacing the freezer door switch are when the ice maker isn’t working, the water dispenser isn’t working, or the freezer light isn’t working.

All of the information for this freezer door switch replacement video is applicable to the following brands:
LG, Kenmore

Tools needed: multi-screwdriver, Phillips head bit, flat head bit
Step-By-Step Instructions
1
To replace the freezer drawer switch, pull the drawer out and remove the screws securing the drawer assembly to the rails.
2
Next, remove the drawer bin by lifting it up from the rear.
3
Lift off the drawer assembly from the rails and set it aside.
4
Now remove the screws securing the left rail support to the liner.
5
Disconnect the drawer switch wire harness to fully release the rail support.
6
Use a flathead screwdriver to depress the tabs to release the old switch from the support.
7
Disconnect the wire harness from the switch.
8
Install the new freezer drawer switch by first connecting the wire harness.
9
Insert the switch into the slot in the support and snap it into place.
10
Reinstall the rail support by first reconnecting the wire harness.
11
Now pull the upper drawer out and insert the tab on the rail support into the slot in the liner.
12
Reposition the support and replace the screws to secure.
13
Reinstall the drawer assembly by first pulling out the slide rails.
14
Now align the rear tabs on the drawer assembly with the rear slots on the rails then insert the front tabs into the front slots.
15
Replace the drawer bin by aligning the lip of the bin with the tabs and lower the bin into place.
16
Replace the screws to secure the drawer assembly to the rails.
17
You’re now ready to plug the power cord back in and confirm that the new freezer drawer switch works properly.

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