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The compressor is being prematurely turned off. That explains why the cooling stops after a few moments. Either the thermostat is responsible or the electronics working with the therm are responsible for the anomaly.
Freon level is fine because it does cool when compressor is running. U might also want to check the start/run capacitor. That sucker starts the motor and keeps it running after the start. If the run section goes bad the motor will usually stop after it starts.
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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
The fan motor must have been stopping. If the fan stops, for sure the fins will freeze because there is no air flowing.
common Fan motor problems defective bearing or bushing and starting condenser. If the bearing is defective, it will heat up and seize.
Have the fan motor checked.
The fact that the fins are freezing, means that there is enough freon and the compressor is working.