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Check if condenser fan motor is running and condenser unit - it might be full of dust and lint - clean it! It is dangerous for both compressors if that fan motor has stopped working! These parts located on top behind that alluminum grill, on right hand side. Sub Zero refrigeration condenser cleaning - Read instructions here:
If it's one of the two fan motors, if the fan blades aren't hitting somthing such as a wire or ice buildup, you'll just have to replace the motor. If it's the compressor making the noise you can either put up with the noise till it stops working or go ahead and get it repaired. Compressor work and replacement don't come cheap.
Given the model serial number I could get your decorative panels. The door itself is a framed door and designed to take a 1/4" insert. You can have new panels made if you have changed the cabinets, order stainless steel panels or put another material of your choosing. If you would like the more about the panels reply with mod and ser number which is in the freezer door jamb at eye level. Open the door past 90 degrees and look in.
If the door jambs are hot, that is either a dirty condensor or a dead condensor fan motor. Make sure the condensor is vacuumed and check to see if the condensor fan is spinning. It should be running anytime either compressor is on. You can clear the service light by holdint the "alarm: button for 15 seconds or turning the unit off and then on again.