Seems the door was paertially open for some period of time. Now it does not seal when cloasinf and it seems not to be cooling. I have resent the temperature but after a few mintute it returns to the off/off display
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Fun run as long as the compressor runs and you do not need to worry about it. the only thing you need to verify are the temperatures in the refrigerator and and freezer compartment: below 40-F, and below 0-F
if temp ok, do not wory about it.
As far as your freezer frosting up, sounds like a door seal problem, run your fingers along the seam of the door seal, there should be no splits/holes in the seal. As far as the refrigerator either there is a secondary fan motor, or there is a obstruction blocking the air movement, if the freezer has a bad seal, its suspect ice is still building up.
either the evaporator coil is iced up which means the defrost heater is bad,the defrost control is bad or the damper vent door which throttles cold air in isn't opening fully from the freezer to refrige,the evaporator fan isn't running or if electronically operated the main board behind the unit can be bad on these as this board controls all electrical issues
We need to check the evaporator fan and the condenser fan. The heat in the door frame is normal when the refrigerator runs normally. But when a control board or fan fails the heat may increase because they are heat strips behind the door or condenser lines placed there to prevent moisture around door seals. We also will need to unplug and have a look at the mother board on back behind a panel. Many times the board will show burn marks on the back or front. When you are ready let me know, Thanks, Sea Breeze