Question about Refrigerators
There could be a few possibilities for your problem.
Clean the outside condenser coils, and make sure it is coming on and running.
Another possibility is the defrost timer is failed... so the fridge is constantly in a thaw state. If this is the case - replace the timer.
Finally, the thermostat may be failed, and not telling the condenser to kick on.
Any of these could be an issue.
Please accept this answer to clear it from the work queue, and re-post with a make and model number for more specific repair help (testing and replacing the mentioned items), as well as direct links for replacement parts.
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Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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