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Have you removed the rear panel from inside the freezer to get a look at the coil behind it?
Yes, the evaporator coil behind the rear panel inside the freezer. Number 2 in the diagram at the link below is the rear panel. Can you remove it to access the evaporator (number 14) to see if it is all frosted?
Okay, is that fan running up there?
If that fan is running and no frost is on the coil, then the issue is with the air damper control, number 11 in the diagram at the link below. Is that control turned all the way up? If so, turn it down and feel if the air flow increases to the refrigerator.
Oh, turn that down to about 2, the air damper control. That should solve the issue.
The damper should be at about 2, yes. Do you feel any air flow difference?
If you look in that hole between the two sections at the bottom of that chute, is it clear?
Enough to block air flow?