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Older Goodman gas package unit combustion and circulating fans

These motors keep running. Everything in the unit checks out, it has had two new boards put in it and checked over from one end to the other. Anyone have a solution for this problem.

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  • local24801 Feb 03, 2009

    this unit has a motor that pulls the heated air up through the heat bellows when it calls for heat. this kicks in first, then goes through the limits and loop, if all is well the igniter kicks in for the pilot,, the pilot lights and then the air circulation motor kicks in. the problem is as soon as you throw the power in on the unit without the t stat wires off the power exhaust fan kicks in and the circulation fan instantly. Two boards has been put in it, everything checked. But these two motors will not cut off and it will run one heat cycle and the gas burner cuts out but those two fans will not shut off.

  • dwkcool May 11, 2010

    when it does this and keeps running the fan motors check the high limit switch with a ohm meter

  • Thomas Malailua
    Thomas Malailua May 11, 2010

    theres an condenser motor,evap or/circulation fan motor ,or a compressor motor .what motor is it .please give alot more detail

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There is a limit switch tripped somewhere. it is either the main limit in the firewall orthe limit switch on the small fan (inducer) that is tripped some of these are manual reset try pushing the button in and see if that stops it.

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