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Your thermostat has failed and requires replacement. If the fridge is very old you could use a mains interupter device that has a temperature sensor that is placed in the fridge. There are several hobby kits for such devices usually used for converting old fridges for wine storage.
Is it a single or double door? Assuming it is a double door. Normally the upper grade models have an auger motor that opens and closes electronically depending on temperature demand. This auger situated at the top LSD of the fridge normally freezes up due to various reasons. Most common is, product is placed to close to outlet which in turn creates a blow back effect and seizes the mechanism. Need to defrost fridge section for about 2 hours for ice to melt. Retry.
If it is a single door, your thermostat needs replacement. I'm taking it you have adjusted the settings higher(not so cold) but still not correct.
try to check your thermostat setting adjust below gradually,
you set it up to coldest point that's why it's doesn't cycle on no auto shutt off and shut on,
if still not change for 12 hours still freezing up,replace thermostat by your technician,might defective.have a nice day
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