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press display on or (activate control) button first you should then be able to choose fridge or freezer and change set temp
after set will read actual temp 46 is a little high sounds like you have service issue
HIGH-TEMP ALARM SWITCH (SOME MODELS)
An audible alarm will sound if the freezer temperature reaches
unsafe levels. The alarm operates on household electricity.If
the power fails, the alarm will not perform.
An ON/OFF switch allows the high temperature alarm to be
deactivated if desired. NOTE: You must open the freezer door to
view the alarm switch. The freezer is shipped with the switch in
the OFF position.After the freezer has run longenough to
lower the temperature, you may set the switch to the ON
• To activate the alarm, set the switch to the ON position.
• To deactivate the alarm, set the switch to the OFF position
i got this from the freezer manual from Kenmore hope this was helpful
sounds like the evap thermistor took a ****. in the back of your freezer you have cover that sits over the refrigerator coil. under this coil sits a heater element that is turned on and off to defrost the refrigerator coil based on how long you've had the door open. the evap thermistor reads the temp inside the freezer.. close to the refrigerator coil.. and tells the heater element to turn off after it reaches a set temp where it can be sure that the ice has melted off the refrigeration coil which is about 60 deg. if your thermistor has taken a ****.. your heater element will only shut off based on the "fail safe" time (which is based on how long you've had your fridge door open) leading to a hot freezer.
i suspect your at home more on the weekend.. inside the fridge.. getting cold beers.. and that is why it ends up hotter on the weekend.
I have a danby mini fridge and freezer and noticed the same problem. The temperature dial has NO NUMBERS ON IT! it just has a strip that goes from light to dark blue. That's it. I looked in the manual and it doesn't say anywhere which way is colder...it makes sense that the darker the blue the colder the temperature but why keep us guessing?