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Try seaching on the internet for" 'your model' manual" (ie "???? manual" where ???? is to substituted for the actual model number of your freezer. You could also try the manufacturer's website. or search directly on eg http://kitchen.manualsonline.com/manuals/device/freezer.html I am sorry I can't be of help without the model number, often on the 'rating plate', a small metal sheet, which is itself often inside the freezer attached to the left wall as you look into it.
your freezer may be overheating due to the defrost for the freezer door, (mullan heater) is staying on. Most likely the door is not sealing properly. Also if it has a power saver switch on the side select it to that.
The best temperature for storing food is 0 degrees F. I would go to Wal-Mart, K-mart or a dollar store and find a refrigerator/freezer thermometer and set the freezer temperature with that. Best of Luck
Should operate 24 hours before putting anything in that is not already frozen. Check it again after it has run for 24 hours. Anytime you adjust the thermostat go one click at a time and wait 24 hours for it to stabilize. eric