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Goodman furnace Furnace kicks in for about 30secs and then shuts off. Have reset switch, trippied circuit breaker. Tried to reset thermostat.; This furnace is only 1 year old and was working well until 2 days ago

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    goodman furnace shout off when I turned it back on the thermostat reads in recovery mode

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Sounds like the fan switch in the furnace is coming on and off. This is common for Goodman. or could be the heat anticipator on the t-stat. While there are several reasons this happens these are the most common.

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