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The best you can do is ensure that the compressor area and fins are not clogged by dust and such. But don't mess around long, call a repair man to fix your freezer if cleaning doesn't help. Prob cheaper than replacing your spoiled food.
these frigidaire made freezers are notorious for having restrictions in the sealed systems that will cause exactly what your describing.
what happens is oil moves around in the freon system and pools up in the capillary tubes and the freon is not able to flow properly. if the unit is under 5 yrs old then should be inwarranty to sears. if its over 5 then probably cheaper to purchase a new one..