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to have it get warm there are 3 things have to be working together: 1- Ignition needs to be on to start the burning. 2- Gas valve needs to be opened after ignition is on. 3- Gas continues jetting in until a thermal switch turns the valve off. You can open the rear panel to observe if the ignition is glowing or not. If it is not then that the culprit. If it is on then glows off after a while since the gas valve is not open, then you can just replace the thermo sensor if it is separate from the gas controller. Some controller has it integrated then you have to replace that. Good luck.
never ran into a frig that know's what month it is . need model and brand . ..probably you have a bad a d c . . this controls the defrost . ( but is does not control the dates. days and yr .. its a type fo contro that knows how long compressor has been running and how much frost is on coil / freezer tempt and fresh food tempt . .. mm
It appears your motor/motor controller has failed in this instance.
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Pop off the front cover (3 Torx screws on the bottom lip) After removing the cover you will see a white plastic unit with a screw on cover on the front. Unscrew the cover (no tools needed). Pull the cover off then remove the strainer. It will have gray gook on it plus God knows what else. Clean the strainer in the sink replace screw the cover back on and your in business.