Question about Goodman Heating & Cooling
I need help..my ex had replaced my oil furnace with a Goodman ARUF049 air handler or so the sticker outside the unit says. When we broke up he took the furnace and everything including the thermostat. So needless to say after many arguments he just brought back the unit. I went to put it in...bought a new thermostat...and new thermostat wire. I connected the RH..the W...and the G wires from the thermostat to the furnace. Now when I put the fan switch to on ...the blower runs....however, it doesnt run any other time....on auto....anything with heat.....I dont have airconditioning....and am just using it to heat the home. I can not find any information on this unit anywhere....any help would be appreciated. I do plan on calling a HVAC/heating guy tomorrow....just wanted to see if I was doing something wrong.
R is 24volts from unit, W is heat, G is fan, Y is cool, C is common. Normally Rc/Rh is connected by a factory jumper in the tstat. And you connect R to either one(rc/rh). We usually use the same colors per terminal letters. Such as R=red, W=white, G=green, Y=yellow, and C= blue. Not all units are wired this way. Not sure how it is wired at the inside unit so this may not help. But this is a common way to wire them. And the C terminal is not necessary if you want to use batteries in the tstat. Hope this helps!
Posted on Mar 16, 2017
Read the manual of the stat. In settings you will find an option that will let you set to where the THERMOSTAT CONTROLS THE FAN. This is what you want. Good Luck
Posted on Mar 15, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Witch blower is running, the inducer or the systems blower?
System blower could mean the the high limit is opening and shutting down the systems gas train, I would check this out first.
The other problem could be with the pressure switch for the gas train, it is supplied from the inducer motor, check to see if it is operating fully.
HSI boards do go from time to time, this sounds more like a system control problem.
Posted on Jan 25, 2008
sounds like the circuit running to your condenser powers your furnace. when u disconnect power to the furnace it will reset and run the blower on startup. check the tube connecting the vacuum switch to the induced draft motor. maybe a leak. good luck
Posted on Nov 24, 2009
Maybe not! there is a limit switch that has opened not allowing power to pass and start the furnace. You will need to tale a Ohm meter and follow the wires thru any safety switch. In your case, it may be the thermo-disc near or over the burner box. Jump it out to test it. Now why is your blower not working (which could have been the reason why the thermo-disc opened)? Once you find which safety switch is open and you have jumped it out, take a jumper wire and jump between the R and G terminals on the circuit board. This should start your fan. If not, either the fan is stuck, the fan motor is bad or hopefully noy; the circuit board is bad.
Posted on Jan 18, 2010
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