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What are the actual refrigerator temps, 45-60?
OK check the vent from the refrigerator to the freezer is it all iced or frosted up?
Your unit does not appear to have a damper control so you should feel air blowing from the vent into the refrigerator section if the fan is running and blowing in the freezer, do you feel that?
Yes that is the issue, the ice is causing the problem completely defrost it and it should work fine!
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It could have been from a blockage in the defrost drain line under the evaporator. I that gets blocked water will flow into the bottom of the freezer and down the ducts icing over. Also a door left ajar overnight could also cause that issue.
Well, if the control "sees" that the freezer temperature is high, it will try to make it colder. That would indicate that the freezer sensor is faulty, at the very least. That sensor is shown as number 203 at the link below.
I would start by replacing that sensor and totally thawing the refrigerator (doors open, unplugged 24 hours) and see if the temperatures stabilize.
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I believe that cover slides to come off, see the picture below of the back and the tabs. As for installing the new sensor, the kit comes with new pigtail connectors for splicing.