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Having the setting up too high, don't see that mentioned, try a lower setting. What temp is the unit reaching, if less than what it is calling for it will run forever, if warmer than normal, perhaps you struck a refrigerant line when cleaning and there is low freon and system is trying to reach a temp it can never reach due to low freon?
Otherwise the sensor is bad, making it try to reach a temp out of range of unit.
Make sure you clean the backside of refrigerator at bottom from dust. Make sure you have the recommended clearance from wall. Also make sure the food in freezer and frige have clearance to allow air to circulate around food. Keep playing with your controlls...The dails might be on wrong
Press and hold FRZ TEMP button and REF TEMP button at the same time for 3 seconds.And see if that makes any difference in the problem.
If the problem is same then try the manual reset procedure.In manual reset the unit has to be unplugged from power outlet for 24 hours.Then empty both the fridge and freezer section completely.Then after 24 hours.Clean the melted ice water from the inner parts.Then reconnect the power cord of the unit to power outlet.Set the temperature to normal settings.It will take near to 4 hours for your unit to run its regular cooling cycle.Once this is done then check,if the same problem is seen.-----------This will help.Thanks.Helpmech.
To repair this problem I dont think just toggling a lever is going to work. You need to locate what is suppose to sense the temp in the fridge section and how it stops the air flow to the fridge section. Basically most refrigerators cool in the freezer using the freon coils and transfer the cold to the fridge section using the fan in the freezer. Then your thermostat (temp sensor) stops the air flow by either turning off the fan or closing a small door going to the fridge section. This door is called the baffle and if you put your hand up to it and can still feel air coming thru when the temperature is 39 degrees or lower its not doing its job. With a model number I could help better but my guess is if its not freezing everything only the veggies your thermostat is off or the baffle is unable to close all the way and may have ice or debris in it. Either way I hope this helps.
its the problem of defrost timer.due to this the cold air from freezer section is not getting in to refrigerator section and its getting warm.check out the defrost timer.located beside the compressor at the back lower side of the unit.the cost of new defrost timer is near to $40.and you can get it from www.repairclinic.com
In your freezer section, there should be a "control" for the freezer temp. I say "control" because the knob is attached to a flap that only controls airflow the the lower section. If the knob is turned to coldest it will block almost all of the air from getting into your fresh food section.
Unless specifically made for use in a garage most units won't work properly. The owners manual should say what the temp range for proper operation is (usually 55F is the low range). This is because the refrigerator section doesn't need to be "cooling" to maintain 37F if the temps on the outside are below 55F. These things are made to work in a 70F room and will not work properly if under 55F. Stupid thing thinks it's cold enough so it will never turn on, the refer section will stay cold/cool due to outside temps but since the compressor never runs the freezer will just be the same temp as the refer section (at best). Sorry, but in order for a freezer or refrigerator to work in an unheated space it must have the temp control device controling the freezer section NOT the fresh food section. In other words, that model will not work in a garage unless the temps are above 55F always.