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Freezer frost then loss of cooling

A week ago our GE Profile PDS22SFSDRSS accumulated frost in the freezer, pretty much over night. A week later we left for the weekend, returning to a 60 degree refrigerator and a 30 degree freezer. Diagnostic tools? Cannot set the refrigerator below 35 (so not understanding these 5 settings on the fridge).

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There is a block of ice that is causing the air to not flow across the coils as it should. This is why the temp has risen. You can do a manual defrost by un-plugging the unit over night but I would call out a ref tech to check the defrost timer and the freon level. Hope this helps. Good luck. Please re-post with updates. Thanks cj2176.

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