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You need to take that control to a refrigeration supply house and get the proper control replacement. Those are factory set. One is differential and the other is set for temp. The adjustments in the field just don't stay put and will fail after messing with them. Ranco has a book that the supply house has that will give you what you need and the part is generally on the shelf. Hope this helps and good luck.
Make sure both the thermostats stay on Marked recommended setting, should be somewhere in the middle.
check your freezer setting in the back of freezer wall, it should be open to allow the cold air in to the freezer and not forced down to the refrigerator.
Make sure your freezer vent is not blocked by a bag of frozen vegetables or something similar. This will have the same effect as the vent being closed forcing the cold air down to the refrigerator.
most fridges are operating best at +(plus) ,-(minus)3.5 degrees C, at what setting do you have it currently? (settinngs can be between 1(one) up to 10(ten) depends on model and make). most people realize that the fridge is not cold and set the settings(fridge control) up, that is wrong, try to keep freezer build-up clean and run the fridge on a setting of 1(one). switch of the mains, clean the fridge and follow above instructions. if the problem still exists after that then you need to replace the gas