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Liebherr frige/freezer switching on/off by itself

I have a Liebherr frige/freezer and it keeps switching itself off and on. When it switches off everything is off (inside light, temp display, etc)
When switching on/off I could hear a click comming from the back of the fridge.
Model: CNes 3866 Index 20A/147

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Its the main board relays on the board on the back panel or just inside the lower area on the left wall near the compressor compartment

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