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Sounds like thermostat is failing. There is a factory set resistor that helps the thermostat keep a 2 degree accuracy. Second possibility is that you have a fan or direct airflow from the cooling system, being devirted, that is allowing the cool air hit the thermostat on the wall.
bad compressor relay on control board. The relay is not opening the circuit, allowing the compressor to stay running when unit is turned off. This overheats the compressor and opens a thermal disk shutting the compressor off. When thermal disk cools down, the compressor restarts under load and trips breaker.
There should be an electrical box next to your exterior unit. Open it up and there should be a pull handle on an electrical bridge. Usually when it is turned one way it will make an electrical connection and if it is rotated 180 degrees and plugged in it won't make an electrical connection.
Bearings in the motor may need oiling. look for a tiny funnel hole on a tube on the ends to oil it. Remove power first. If none it could be permanently sealed and need to replace the motor. Let it cool before touching anything. again remove power first.
You,ll need to open the furnace and observe the led lights on the comtrol board the is a chart attaced to cover. If it is in lock out mode the fan runs. To reset turn off at tstat.the turn the power on at the furnace, set tsat up, observe furnace. First you should hear a small fan then the glow of the ignitor then the opening of the gas valve and flames 10-30 seconds then the big fan.