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You.have to check if the compresor is working or damage. Try starting direct the compresor, Generali should be the electric part outside the compresor just change at the electric parts and should work. If you send a picture of the position on the connectors I will help you to try the compressor
I can only think of three things that might cause symptoms like that - first is a bad compressor. Second is a low refrigerant charge. Third is a malfunctioning defrost timer, which is a little circuit board hidden in the back of the freezer or refrigerator, accessible only from inside the freezer or refrigerator. There would be an access panel you could unsnap or unscrew to get to it. Those timers tend to be pretty problematic.
it is not a great idea turning a fridge off and back on straight away. It will overload the compressor and cause it to trip out. I would suggest that the starter relay has failed on the compressor but if the fridge has been left to cycle on and off too many times, it will damage the compressor. Turn it off and get a fridge tech to look at it and confirm the fault.
You may have a problem with the compressor relay switch or the control board. Run the unit until it stops cooling. Go into the back and see if the compressor is running. If not, check for voltage. If there is voltage, then replace the relay start switch. If there is no voltage, you will need to check the control board to see if there is voltage going to the relay switch.
LG has a wonderful way of turning on their refrigerator lights, they have the control board do it. Very nicely done in theory but in reality I would trust a handy door switch to control the light on/off function then a relay that get's stuck. That's right, the relay is stuck on the control board. Pull light bulbs out quickly before plastic melts on the inside top panel of fridge. Call LG, it should be covered under warranty.