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Appliance is not cooling

When I came back after being gone for 3 weeks, I was greeted by a HOT moldy fridge. there is power and the fan runs but no cooling. PLEASE HELP! It still smells really bad even after cleaning a few times with a bleach solution

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Check the fan motor at the compressor.
If it is running you should replace the compressor start relay.

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