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Circuit board light blinks 3 times heater will not turn on

My heater try to comes on, but after 10 seconds the circuit board will display an error failure and the light will blink 3 times and theres no code guide on the panel .whats the meaning of the code for a goodman gas heater when it blinks 3 times.

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  • bumperooo Dec 13, 2008

    My furnace would not turn on at the desired temp and the circuit board light would blink three times....... Furnace man thought it was the inducer but my wife and I thinks it something electrical..... account light will blink but after the temp gets down so far the furnace will kick on and the light will still be blinking...... If my inducer was bad it would make a loud noise from what I was told....A few times the furnace wouldnt be kicking on and I flipped the system switch off and on and the furnace would kick on right away... Go figure..... Furnace man is scratching his head as well as we are.... Furnace is working fine at the moment......Can anyone enlighten me on what they think may be the problem... Thanks........Michael

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The error code refers to a defective combustion air switch. Coleman Evcons made around 2007 had defective pressure switches or as they call them "combustion air switch". Replace it and the problem is gone.

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I had 3 blinking lights, i unpluged wire harness from curcuit board blew it out pluged it back in and everything worked fine

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Check your pressure switch, should look like a plastic circle, older ones are metal. take off the ruber hose and gently blow in it and **** listen for a crackle sound, replace and see if that fixes the problem. also look and see what happens when the unit comes on do you get a redish glow? it might even be your flame sensor see if that is clean, will be near the burners with 1 white wire going to it, take it out sand it and repalce.

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