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This is usually a result of not having enough refrigerant in the system. You may have a leak or it may just be time for a recharge. Bring it to your mechanic and have them evacuate the system and recharge it if there are no leaks. If there is a leak, dye can be added to find the leak once it's recharged. They might also have a 'sniffer" that can find leaks while the compressor is running before recharging it.
This normally means the batteries are all but flat. Try a recharge or a new set of quality AA alkalines before looking for any other solution. High capacity NiMH rechargeables are the best battery, but they won't recharge forever.