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make sure door to refrigerator is all the way up, so when it is closed it turns the cooling part on. I have to check mine all the time and screw it up if it's down, which is quite often. Mine is a side by side and I just make sure it's even with the top of refrigerator and even with the freezer door.
Your model is most likely the Profile Artica style. Most times the defrost heater is burned out behind the rear of the freezer wall. Manually defrost and look at the defrost heater to see if burned out. That model possibly has the glass covered defrost heater and will be easy to spot if burned out because the element is inside a glass tube, If you replace the defrost heater also replace the defrost thermostat, Please send me your model number located near floor of the fresh food compartment door seal and kick plate, Thanks Sea Breeze
In my somewhat limited experience there is usually a fan that blows cold air from the freezer side to the fridge side. I've had that fan go out before and cause this problem. I want to say that it was only like $20 to buy a new fan and put it in.
But yeah, if I'm not mistaken there isn't actually any cooling done on the fridge part of the refrigerator. It's all done on the freezer part. And then there is some sort of thermostat that controls how much cold air is blown from the freezer to the fridge.
check freezer for frost build up on back wall and if fan blowing, check condenser make sure clean, and fan blowing,
check vents in refrig. make sure no blockage, controls should be in the middle setting,