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Refr/freezer alternately gets too cold and thaws

Freezer thaws completely despite control settings, turning everything to mush. Then it freezes again, turning refrigerator much too cold.

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My first thought: defrost timer which shuts off the compressor and turns on a heater in the freezer is sluggish.  I'd change it out.

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