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Check for corrosion on the temp probe. The digital displays use thermistors to determine the temp so if the probe has dust on it it will change the resistance reading and tell the cooler that it is warmer than it is. All you can do is clean the probe, and if that doesn't solve the problem then the control or probe are faulty as they are usually one piece you will have to change it out. If you are mechanically inclined you can change out the temp control with an a19 abc24c remote bulb temp control from Johnson controls and that will last of the rest of your life.
As you must be aware there are individual fans in both the compartments. Check if the fan is running in the compartment not cooling. If not, check the wires / connection of fan or replace the fan. If the fan is working than the issue may be with the THERMO ELECTRIC ELEMENT. you'll need to replace it.
the reason you should not lay a fridge/freezer on its side is that you will get air bubbles in the cooling pipes,which you may not be able to get rid of when you turn it back upright.I have moved loads of f/f, in the past and have had no problems,as long as you give the unit at least 24 hours to right itself.....and keep the door(s) closed while it is "resting"
Hi, These cabinets have 2 sheets of tempered glass with an airspace between and are fully reversible I would doubt they are warped. My best guess is that the cabinet is not square. If you have a level, check it across the top of the cabinet not the door. Also check it diagonally both directions. The cabinet has feet which are adjustable unless you have a low spot on the floor for which you may have to use a shim. Remember that it needs to lean slightly to the rear for the door to close on its own if partially open. Good Luck to you! Let me know how this works for you.
It might be a sensor or control board problem. Any appliance repair place should be able to help you out with this. Or you can try contacting the manufacturer directly for help or if you need to purchase replacement parts. Otherwise, my cheapest suggestion would be to hook the cooler up to a timer, so you can turn the unit on and off maybe every 20 minutes or so. That should help keep it from causing more harm and then you can monitor the temperature with a thermometer. Hope that helps!
This happened to me, I found that the cooler would not go below 70 degrees because the cooler had lost its coolant or wouldn't work. I do not know, but as it was under warranty, an appliance repairman came and said that it was worth fixing, so it was replaced with in a week. Normally you would just hole the button in until the desired temperature is selected. Once released the cooler would attempt to set this temperature. If it is not, then I suspect it too is broken. Good luck.