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there is really nothing You personally can do to fix it, oyu will have to call a serviceman, i reccommend sears. It is a internal circuit or wire that probably blew and needs to really be fixed by a professional.
Check the door switch to see if is working and try another light bulb or try the light bulb somewhere else to see if the light bulb is good. Check to if vent holes coming from the feezer are blocked by something in the fridge. This will make it feel like your fridge is not working.
beneath the freezer usualy installed timer and a fan look for a hidden screw on the sides...check the fan bushing f its lose or has a clearance change it f not check for the timer if its busted...replace.. becareful...electric shock can kill
The most likely cause of your problem is a loose wire in the plug connecting your fridge to the power socket - check the terminal screws that secure the wires into the plug, and of course check or replace the fuse with a known "good" one.
Also plug some other appliance in the socket that your fridge is normally connected to, just to make sure there is power at the socket itself.
I have never known fridges to have internal fuses, but there's always a first time :-)
Hope this helps - if not come back with a comment so I can try to help you further.
Most side by side and other models of refrigerator freezer combinations are of one basic design. The freezer section does the cooling for both compartments. The refrigerator section gets it cold air from the freezer compartment. Therefore check for frost on the back wall of the freezer compartment. If frost is present there you have a defrost problem and it is cutting off the air that cools the refrigerator section.
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