Question about GE Energy Star PDS22SIS Stainless Steel Bottom Freezer Refrigerator

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GE Energy Star PDS22SIS

Please help. LED display works then the next time I open the fridge it is off. Most of the time it is not lit up. Also, the freezer seems to be turning off, though that might bethe defrost cycle i have to keep the freezer at -6 to keep it cold. had the fan and compressor changed and it didnt help. any suggestions????

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