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Make sure that the thermostat is working and that the compressor and associated fans are working (getting Power).
If both units are working and still no cooling your evaporator could be frozen because the defrost timer/element is not working. Worst case scenario is that you may have developed a small leak and lost refrigerant.
check and see if compressor is kicking on and off after a few sec if it is you might try a hard start on the compressor its a little switch that goes on the compressor where the wires go cost around thirty dollars be worth a try before going out and buying a new fridge
this is a defrost problem . either the A D C a pc board on the back side of the frig . this main board controls the temp[t and the defrost . and has failed . repl it and problem is over .. mm hope this has helped .. feed back pls ..
I have the same problem.It seems that the gasket around the freezer door and fridge door are no longer tightly adhering to the fridge therefore allowing the cool air from the freezer to continiuously entering the fridge storage and making evreything freeze up. I am trying to find out if I can purchase new gaskets and install them myself.
Any recommendation on where to find these and how to install them?
well i have the exact same refrigerator but opposite problem.... the freezer works but the entire refridgerator is a freezer....why is the fridge part freezing everything. This appeared to happen after the power went out and the entire fridge is a freezer now.