Denise, Bob just comes on to say "wonderful", "marvelous" and "Let's take a break for these messages." Seriously, if you have a mini refrigerator that lasted 14 years, you got about 7 more years out of it than you could expect. You possibly could have it fixed, but I'll bet that the cost will be higher than for a new one.
Turn it off for a couple of hours, then turn it back on. If nothing happens, or it doesn't get cold, go get the new one. Don't spend any money for an estimate to fix it. I have spent $35 for a guy to come out, take one look, and say that "It can't be fixed." a couple of times. The $35 is about a third of the way to a new one.