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Temperature is rising up to +10Centigrade to bottom part.

The temperature rises on the bottom part(frezer) and the alarm keep ringing for sometimes then goes off. The upper part (fridge) does not work at all.

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Defrost the unit completely.  This could be a freeze up.  Ice has blocked all of the air channels and likely jammed your fans.  Minimize opening the unit, in general.  Don't allow large amounts of liquids to evaporate in the unit.  If this doesn't provide a permanent solution you have either low gas or a bad defrost system.  Both usually require a tech to fix.

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