Thanks everyone for your input. When I went in to replace the upper (fridge) evaporator fan, I found a wire that had come out of one of the connectors. So, I pulled the corresponding wire from the other half, cut the ends and stripped them, soldered and then wrapped them in electrical tape. I secured this wire to the rest of the harness and put everything back together. Problem solved! So, after ordering two evaporator fans (freezer and upper coil fans) off eBay for pennies on the dollar ($20 and $30 shipped), the problem was the dreaded wiring harness the manufacturer has had many issues with. Unfortunately, mine was out of warranty (1.5 years old), but with help on this forum, a little detective work in finding the service manual on-line for free (see link below), I was able to fairly easily disassemble everything, perform the diagnostic tests VERY easily using the door control panel (display on door for user) fixed the problem, found no errors otherwise and my fridge works great once again. Hey, I spent $50 on parts before discovering the service manual, but that was less than a service call. For those who need to save money, this was easy for the novice. For those like me that love a challenge to save money and just plain figure it out themselves (the challenge), it was a great learning experience! Nothing is too difficult if you just use a little brain power, patience and determination. Unfortunately, this is a quality many of us have lost out of plain laziness or lack of will. The American way? Don't give up, be innovative and have a hard work ethic. We've become too lazy people! For me, it had very little to do with cost of repair, but rather teaching my children the value of their money. In this world of virtual "instant" gratification, we need to teach our children patience and hard work.
Sorry for the lecture, but this is a huge part of what this country needs...... the hard working American spirit!