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You will need to unplug and defrost the fridge for a few hours then replug the power. Leaving the doors open allows moisture to freeze on the evaporator while compressor continues to run confusing the control board APPLIANCE911
check to see if the fan in the freezer section is running, replace the fan motor if not running. if running, has the back wall of freezer got frost on it. if so turn off for 3 to 4 hrs with door open to defrost. if the frost returns in 2 or 3 days, call for service.
If you freezer door was left open for an extended period of time the rails that your bottom freezer slide on are most likely frozen. Repair #1 once you get the door open about every hour go in to you kitchen and open and close the freezer door a couple of times. Repair#2 Take your freezer door off remove the rails take a blow dryer and dry the rails untill you do not see any more water then add a sylcone based greast to the ball bearins on the rails and resinstall. Repair#3 Order a whole new set of rails.
sounds like you sucked in a lot of warm air over night freezer still working? just the refrig went out???easiest solution empty unit completly, unplug and leave doors open let al frost melt out 24 hrs later plug back in and you should be find