Hi Chris,Thank you for using Just Answer my name is ***** ***** I will help with your question. I am sorry to hear you are having trouble with the fridge and I am afraid I don't have much good news. I suspect in moving the fridge either a pipe has got damaged and let the refrigerant out or the compressor has stopped working. When fridges are moved it is often worth letting the settle upright a while before turning them back on this is more to do with ensure that the oil that is mixed with the refrigerant is in the compressor for when it starts. If the oil is not in the compressor I have known compressors pack up when starting up due to the lack of oil.Could you send me the model number and make of the fridge and I will see if there is anything you could check.
I am sorry I cannot find any common faults listed with your model of fridge. I don't think it would be economical to have the fridge repaired some fridges are not really designed to be repaired the large american style fridges are often designed to be repaired but normally small domestic fridge/freezers are not. The cost of repair could be near the cost of a new fridge/freezer.I am sorry I cannot help more.