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The window units normally have a sensor thats attached to the front of the indoor coil. This controls the thermostat. I usually pull this sensor away from the coil because it stops cooling before the room is cool. It is attached to the cold coil so it senses the coil temp, not the room temp. You can normally see it when you remove the air filter. Don't break it! It may be a wire or small copper tube
Sounds like the thermostat is trying to stick,and is causing the engine to over heat,therefore condenser is not cooling the freon down enough to cool.Have the thermostat changed and the cooling system bled out,this is most likely the cause.
Hello,This sounds like a capacitor malfunction. Check the capacitors on your power supply boards (there should be two of them one is the AC input board and the other is the main DC switching powersupply). I have seen this before and every time it has been a series of dried out and bloated capacitors, effecting voltage regulation.Check for bloated capacitors and replace them, then check the voltages at the test points to make sure they are within specifications.You will need a multimeter, and the schematic for this TV set.I hope this helpsThank you,Shuttle83http://www.electron-age-technologies-llc.com