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I have a Goodman split unit installed. The inside furnace works fine. When the system is turned on the outside unit makes a slight "popping" sound like the current is getting there but the fan will not start. I have replaced the capacitor but it is still doing the same thing. Please advise. Thank You, Dan Clevenger. Dan@gwwyatt.com

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Hi,
Change the circuit board of the system... no other option.. and also check the electric contactor switch... Have any other queries, please let me know..
Thank you.....

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Hi there,

check the electric contactor switch. if you say that the fan was not working. first check this part.

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You need to change the circuit board .

How old is your air conditioner ?

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