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M7y15f2a-d controller malfunctions

My A/C controller sometimes increases temp on it's own (from 73 to 88) or switches to what I think is to degrees C (changes from 73 to 24). I think the controller is malfunctioning. Can I replace ut?

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the sensors are failing , many do to lost power. (12vdc electrical distribution power)
so use a voltemeter, i bet even at he cig lighter port the voltage drops
below 13.3v running, way below. infact.
are your battery terminals clean,
is the rested voltage at the battery terms 12.6v (keys in pocket)
no? then the battery is being discharged,

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May freezer temp 20F, and refrigerator's temp 47


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