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somehow may be stuck on ur defrost level cycle? u can check it by finding it usually inside the fridge at the top. a small plastic box like thingy. which if u look at it you will see a tiny whole which u can stick in a small philips screwdriver and turn slowly till u hear a clicking sound only 1 click not 2 or else u just turned on and off the defrost cycle. what you want to do is take it out of defrost cycle, so with screwdriver turn clockwise, good luck
Try down behind the crisper drawers where you will find a vent opening to the lower section of the freezer. It may be blocked by ice buildup. Also check and see if there is frost buildup on the back wall of the freezer. These items can stop the air to the refrigerator and even though you may think the freezer is working O.K. it could be the source of your problem.
Those control boards are sort of flakey and any kind of power surge, etc. can really goof them up. If you check under the very bottom of the fridge there should be a technical sheet taped up to the underside in a plastic bag. Take that out and read it to see if there is a test reset you can do before replacing the board.