Here's the wiring diagram for the freezer.
If there's power on control board connector CN1 pins 1 & 3 then it looks like the board is faulty.
The control board (part #5304521525) has a fuse (F1) and an inrush current suppressor (NTC1) so check if they're both OK first.
If the fuse is blown then there's always a reason for this to happen and further testing may be required if a replacement fuse also blows shortly after. If the surge suppressor is faulty then it could've been due to external forces e.g. power outage surge and not something in the freezer.
The part specification information should be printed on the part itself unless if they have blown or been destroyed catastrophically there's nothing left to read on either.
Here's an image of the board showing where they're located.
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Be safety aware if you decide to test the components. Disconnect the power from the freezer and use an Ohmmeter
If they test OK and you can't see anything obvious, post some close up images of the control board (both sides) back here. Perhaps someone else can see as to what is wrong.
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Check outlet power or try another outlet (use a temporary extension cord).
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