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Was the motherboard replaced because the temp was too high? May be the condenser fan was at fault all the time. Check you have power at the fan. If you have, replace the fan. If you have not, take a live from the compressor to the fan. This will bypass any hp or fan speed control switch and run the condenser fan with the compressor.
It is possible your fan motor in the freezer has failed and by not moving air into the upper chamber can cause frosting on the back wall of the freezer. Also lack of air movement can cause your air returns to seal shut with ice and still not work if your fan is replaced. The part number your will need is 63001057 for the fan motor itself. I would verify all air ports are open when you replace the fan motor. It not a difficult job, access would take a bit to get into the back wall of the freezer to replace the motor. Amana has been known to use fan delays to pre-chill evaporator before allowing the fan to run, if our model does this, the thermostat in the freezer would need to be checked also. When the thermostat closes, it sends power to the fan motor to run, if it fails, fan does not work. I would check this prior to ordering of replacing the fan.
ur solving ur own problem the fan either needs to be thawed ,lubed,repaired or replaced the fan uses the air from the freezer to cool the fridge side but bench test the fan before replacing if fan good than check the thermostat in fridge for proper working order
Its called a Manometer. You shut the gas off and unscrew a alen/ hex head screw in the outlet side of the regulator. Screw the end of the manometer in then turn the gas on. turn the temperature up and down and the gas pressure should go up and down with the flame.