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First of all you will need to defrost the refrigerator.
Once the ice is cone the air flow will improve and freeze the freezer and cool the fridge.
You will need to check that the inside fan motor is running
you will need to check if the defrost cycle is working too
Most of the time this happen when the refrigerator has been hooked up to the water, and than you unhooked it!!, the water that is in the hose makes that sound when it's pushed by the air in the hose. that's a typical problem when you unhooked the water.
Your model does not have an auto damper so the most likely cause is the themostat is out of calibration or the control vent from freezer is open all the way. Try adjusting to warmer temps and see if compressor will run less. If the only action the thermostat will do is turn off then for sure the thermostat. If the compressor continues to run at warmer tempertures the thermostat wil need replaced. If the dammper vent is stuck open or broken will allow the colder heavy air to settle to bottom section. Sea Breeze
Uncertain as to whether this is a "freezer at top or bottom" model? Make certain that temperature control settings are approximately at the one-half way for both the freezer and fresh food compartments. If freezer at bottom, you may have a defrost component issue (defrost thermostat or heater). If so, contact an appliance service company.
The condensate drain may not be draining into the pan under the fridge or it may have a leak or could even be not connected to the condensate pan in the evaporator. Another possibility is that your condenser might be dirty or plugged causing the suction line going to the compressor to freeze up and then thaw leaving puddles under the fridge. Clean the condenser (the coil under or behind the fridge) and it should stop. Over stocking the freezer will cause this as well. If you cover the air return in the freezer the evaporator will freeze up and the suction line will freeze back to the compressor.
This is a problem inherent with lots of refrigerators. Side by side or top freezer. The rush of air pops the doors. You might want to adjust the pitch of the box by adjusting the front wheels to a higher level.
The ice maker won't work if the freezer is warmer than 17 degrees so that's not an issue till you get the freezer cold again.
I would guess that your unit is stuck in the defrost cycle. This could be the defrost timer failing. See if you can find the defrost timer in your unit and advance it by hand if possible.