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The only thing that would cause this issue would be the thermostat or not getting any power from your house. If you're certain it's getting 120 volts from your house as well as neutral, you'll need to turn the knob on the side of the freezer to adjust the temperature and see if the unit will kick on. Also, run an extension cord to an outlet you know is working just to be certain you're getting power and neutral. If if it still won't work, then the thermostat is just bad. Sometimes something as small as unplugging the refrigerator can create a small spark which will short out thermostat. Below is a link to the thermostat you'd need to order and replace which is connected to the knob that you turn to adjust the temperature. The part number is(###) ###-####
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It should be just a thermostat issue. You can unplug the 2 wires going to the thermostat and put a jumper wire in between the 2 wires to bypass the thermostat and make sure the compressor kicks on and such if you knew how to do that.
I would imagine you mounted the thermostat upside down.