Hi, Im sorry to hear of your trouble.
How old is your fridge?
Also is there any heavy frost on the inside rear wall of the freezer?
And are the door seals in good order all the way around the door?
Thank you for that info. Thi si going to be the control board to blame for this issue.
But you can try a full reset by unplugging the freezer for 24 hours with the door open.
Make sure you place a towel on the floor inside the freezer to catch any pools of water. Then dry it out and well, and re start the freezer, set it at mid point on the T stat.
Give it 12 hours and let me know how it is doing then;-)
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