Question about Goodman CLQ36AR49 Air Conditioner
Thanks for your Question,
one of two possiblities, first and most likely is that you have blown the Transformer in the Furnace, second would be that you have blown the small car fuse that is on the circuit board in the furnace, if you look really hard you will find it, it looks like an automotive fuse, should be about three amps, if it is the fuse, then its a simple fix, make sure the power is off, replace the fuse, if its the transformer, a little more involved work is needed, but still should be pretty straight forword, and again, please make sure the power is off when replacing, hope that helped ! please be sure to come back and let us know how I did for ya, thanks again,
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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