Thanks for everyone's assistance. It turns out there is an inline fuse in the back for the refrigerator. (Because why use the fuse panel just below it). I was able to remove the refrigerator and buy a new fuse to replace it. Everything has been working fine for two days now.
Extra Info for those who have a similar issue.
1. Open the refrigerator door, there are 2 square head screws remove those to remove the vent cover.
2. Behind the vent cover are 4 square head screws mounting the refrigerator, remove those.
3. Open the freezer door there are 4 square head screws mounting the refrigerator, remove those.
4. You and a friend slide the unit out. Place a towel, blanket on the floor and lift the unit while removing it. There are screw heads on the bottom and you don't want to scratch your floor.
5. Remove the panel in the bottom back of the unit.
6. ON the laft hand side, hard to see is a black inline fuse. Check the fuse for connectivity and replace if necessary.
I used these.