Ok,,you may need a fan motor.....in the freezer is where all the cold is.
It works like this. The fan in the freezer circulates the air over to the
refrigerator. There is a damper in the refrigerator that opens and closes
as needed. And there is a return in the lower part of the refrigerator that
allows the warmer air to come back to the fan to be cooled.
There are several things that can cause the fan to stop but usually its
a bad motor. I have seen icemakers overflow and the ice stop them.
Also door switches can be bad which allows the fan to come on. If
the door switch is bad this can happen, If you press the door switch
and the fan does nt come on in the freezer side and you see no ice
or frost buildup on the backwall of the freezer there is nt much you