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This can be caused bu a lot of problems: the thermostat is faulty, the compressor is dead, the controlling valve is malfunctioning, the coolant/freon has leaked out, the fan doesn't work, the air channel between the freezer and the refrigerator is blocked, heck, there could be even a fault on an electric cable. Without more details and a serious testing it's impossible to provide a better answer. All i can say to you is to start checking for power: at the wall socket, at the thermostat, at the compressor, at the valve (if your unit has one). If all are active and functional then the fluid has been lost.

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