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So you are definitely on the right track.
If you're sure the refrigerator has power, either you your main control board on the back of the refrigerator has failed, or the fuse on the board could have gone bad and you can test the fuses on the board with a multimeter if you have one. If the fuse is bad, you'd have to desolder and solder in a new fuse unfortunately or replace the entire control board. Below is a link to the board for your model number. You'll notice there are 2 boards listed because there is a serial break. They look completely different so be sure to just order the one that looks like the board you have on your refrigerator.
CLICK HERE for control board
If one of your fuses is bad and you don't want to replace the entire control board, then you'll need to order a solderable fuse with the same rating as listed on the end cap of your old fuse that is bad with no continuity on the board. Below is a link to where you can order such a fuse, it's part number 318-8
CLICK HERE for fuse
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