Question about Goodman GMS90703BXA Heater
Sorry if you disconnect all the low volt wires from the board and it still blows fuses, th board is gone.
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
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Feb 09, 2011 | Coleman Heating & Cooling
Check the fuse again the only thing that could make the unit blow a fuse is a short between the hot and common wires on the low voltage side there is only 2 places a common wire could be the outdoor unit and a digital t-stat maybe the 2 wire at the outdoor unit has been chewed by an animal or there touching each other somehow unwire them at the furnace and see if that fixes it (if so pull new wire) or if it's at the t-stat try unwiring the common at the furnace it will be a C terminal or a blue wire (with a wire nut connection) . The only reason a common is needed at the t-stat would be for the display most T-stats also use batteries for this application and don't even need the common wire up.try this and let me know what you get.
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