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That has all the error codes it.If that helps let me know and what they mean!
How did you go with this, dab147315 could be on the money, but I would have expected to see a low target speed fan fault show up, since they have monitoring? If you haven't changed the fan, you could try a full manual defrost, leave it off for 24 hours doors open, and check all drain tubes are completely clear, then monitor closely and see if the same results occur? (Clear all fault codes first so you are starting afresh) Also ensure you have a bit of space in the fridge, not too crowded so good airflow everywhere for testing.
Some of the following may be relevant to you. As dab147315 mentioned earlier, a low functioning fan can cause many problems. Airflow in these fridges is critical, critical in the fact that the right amount of air needs to go to the right places, and be returned, from the right places for the unit to function correctly. Overloading any frostfree fridge causes problems, blocking return air pathways with product, especially when things are pushed over the back of shelves, or shelves are stacked solid, will always cause sub optimal conditions as this can short circuit the airflow. Airflow around the evaporator is also critical, and any air leaks create big problems. I can see a couple of things that may/may not need rectifying. It appears the cover is missing from the front of the fan housing. There appears to be silicone sealant or is it ice built up on the evap cover near the left air duct. It appears the foam seals are damaged or compressed. Where the aluminum foil pushes against the evaporator each end, it needs to seal, so if the aluminum is permanently dented, It's probably not sealing. One fix would be to buy a new evap cover. If it were my own, I would replace all seals, and you don't need OEM ones, you can generally buy glue backed foam from hardware stores used for door/window draft seals in various widths and thicknesses. If the evap cover is warped in any way you will need to ensure thicker material is used to ensure a proper seal. You will also need it to be perfectly dry, or use other glue. The aluminum insulation, something could be slipped in behind it to move it forwards perhaps. The same goes for the freezer compartment! If part of the evaporator is not receiving correct airflow, then a few things happen, less refrigerating effect in that evap, uneven ice buildup on the evap, lower suction temps which the thermistors see which don't give a proper indication of the actual condition in the evaporator.