Question about Heating & Cooling
I have the integrated controller board wired like the diagram. The line voltage (L1) to the switch then to L1 block on the board. The neutral lands on the bottom of the neutral bus. but when I go to connect power the 3A fuse blows.
This can be caused be either a short in the wiring, loose connection on the board,or a low voltage connection not secure on the board. Check all connections to make sure they are tight and secure. Let me know what you find.
Posted on Jan 10, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You should be seeing 120 volts to the igniter. Anything less requires either a replacement of the transformer, start relay or control module.
Posted on May 30, 2008
If I understand your post correctly....You state that you are hooking up a 240v heater and towards the end you speak of removing jumpers...W2 terminals..ect. It sounds to me your trying to us a 24v low voltage thermostat instead of a Line voltage thermostat.That's what I'd take a look at.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
SOURCE: Goodman furnace
double check your wiring. R terminal on the furnace will provide 24 volts to the t-stat. W terminal in the t-stat will send 24 volts back to the furnace W terminal to turn on the heat. G terminal in the t-stat will send power to the G terminal in the furnace when the t-stat is switched to fan on. Y terminal in the t-stat will send power to the Y terminal in the furnace which in turn will send 24 volts to the A/C outside. The C terminal in the furnace should be connected to the c terminal in the A/C outside as well as to the T-stat. Check the fuse again
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
Using the Hz meter you can adjust the governor throttle screw to raise or lower the engine speed
to get an optimum 60-62 Hz setting. You may want to load your generator with the most
common load you will be using and then adjust the screw to give you an adjustment within the
60-62 Hz range. If you set it too high, then it means you are running the engine faster than
need be and will add to premature or serious engine damage to the internal parts. It is
mechanically governed to maintain the proper engine speed once it has the standard setting in
place. Do not attempt to adjust this governor throttle adjustment screw without the proper tools
available. You can not do it by ear! If you do not have a Hz meter or tachometer available, then
you can use a conventional electric clock with a sweep hand for seconds. If you plug the clock
into the generator, a proper engine speed would make the clock do a minute in exactly 60
seconds against any other timing device. If the clock takes longer to do a timed minute, then the
engine speed is too slow and you need to raise the engine speed; turn the governor throttle
screw clockwise. On the other hand, if your clock does a minute in less than a normal clock
minute, then you need to lower the engine speed, turn the governor throttle screw counter
clockwise. Now you should have a good setting for your generators frequency setting. It is best
to do a frequency setting before doing any voltage adjustment.
I did this today and my Goodman fired right up after two days of frustration!
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
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