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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: pressure switch stuck open
It most likely is not stuck..... It is just doing its job. You "most likely" have over problems. To "properly" diagnos this problem you will need a manehelic gauge. You can have a wide variety of problems from as simple as a blocked or disconnected vacum hose to a lifetheatening problem.... a blocked flue pipe or a bad heatexchanger.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
where vent motor is there is usually a hose coming off which oressurizes when vent motor comes on, take hose loose **** or blow in it, take tooth pick and stick in all ports where hose connects (could be clogged) when sucking on hose you shoul hear pressure switch click each time you pull a vacumme, if fan has switch on back of fan as some Goodmans have the vent motor may need to be replaced.
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
It's mounted onto the gas valve. It will be a button or lever that you have to push in or down, depending on the style.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
These furnaces have notoriously bad circuit boards. The light will give you a diagnostic code and after you have replaced every component there it still will not work right. Need to know more specifically the order of events happening. the blower should turn on (draft blower) then after a second a click and you will see the ignitor glow bright orange then click the gas valve opens and the burners light. most of the time this will all happen and then the flame in all burners will go out and it will attempt the whole process over. if this is the case turn power off and then remove the circuit board from the 4 retainer clips and look at the back 9 times out of 10 the board will be dark brown in one or two spots large spots at that. time to replace the circuit board. They have updated the board and it is being made by a different company now. Take a picture of the board before you remove any wires so you can replace the wires in the proper location.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
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