Why is there a light in the fridge but not in the freezer?!

Question: Why is there a light in the fridge but not in the freezer?

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A lot of more modern freezers do actually have a light in them. It's possible that the older models didn't because the heat of the bulb might melt the ice inside, or the ice might ruin the bulb. It could also have been a way to inform midnight snackers that they'd opened the correct door in the dark - you tend not to raid the freezer in the middle of the night.

These are the questions that keep me up at night!

If I were to say anything, its because if you have a great freezer it would have a little film of ice around the freezer, so a light bulb probably wouldn't work to well in the freezer.

Because very few people open freezers in the dark. An extra light + switch & wiring will put the price up of the fridge/freezer unit.

I'm not sure about the right answer of your question

lol i don't know but good question lol

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