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The unit is probably low on gas again. If it lasts a month the leak may be difficult to find, as it may be a small leak. Those units don't hold a lot of gas. Have someone do a nitrogen leak check and fix the leak. If no leak is found, have them install a UV dye to help find the leak. :)
These units are not designed to run in temps much lower than 50 degrees. They have no winter controls and the freon pressures will take a nose dive when running in a cold ambient condition. The unit will not run well in a cold environment, compressor damage may result. :(
I also have the same problem. Our Marvel 6BAR runs continuously until
the beverages freeze. A technician came out and replaced the thermistor
under warranty. It was a simple repair that anyone could do. This
solved the problem for about another 18 months, but it has returned. I
will now search for this part and do the repair myself. It only takes a
few minutes to do.