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True Commercial freezer not cutting out

My true 2 door commercial freezer is not cutting out when it reached the apropriate temp. It only works again after I unplug it for a few hours and leave the doors open. Could it be the defrost cycle is to short?
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Tech. can not find freeon leak in line but endicator is regestering freeon leak in side of back panel.

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