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Try defrosting the unit and then restarting . Sometimes there is ice build up(especially if the door was left open) in the path from freezer to fridge obstructing the airflow

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Is there frost in the freezer section at or around the bottom? If so a defrost problem might be the issue.
Here is a test for the air flow issue. At the air inlet of the fridge section, put your hand up there, is there air flow with the freezer door closed? With the freezer door open is the air flow better or increased?
If air flow is increased, chances are the you have an air flow restriction between both chambers and you will need to locate the obstruction.
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I understand that you are having a problem with your side-by-side refrigerator. The Frezzer is staying closed and the fridge is not getting the air flow from the freezer in order to stay cold. The only possibility it can be is the fan. The fan may be turning but not at the rpms needed to move the air in to the fridge. As I have looked at the air flow chart for your fridge that is the only outcome I can come up with. CLICK HERE to view the air flow chart for your firdge.

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