Upper Fan turns on, this is the vent fan I figure, Ignitor turns on , Gas enters and fires for about 30 seconds, the blower fan does not come on at all. then the bunner stops. I presume this is because the blower fan never turns on. it repeats this process about every 5 minutes.
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Fan purge for 30-45 seconds. During this time, a pressure switch is actuated by the running of the purge fan, proving the control board the purge fan is running.
After purge and purge prove, the hot surface ignition and or spark begins. After a few second delay, the gas valve will open. The control board then monitors for flame prove through another sensor located near the burners. If there is no flame within 3-5 seconds, the gas valve closes. It will repeat this process, usually 3 times, before it shuts the system down, which requires a power down of the system to reset.
I have seen trash get into the hose between the purge blower and the purge switch. But you could be having other problems.
It must detect a flame a few seconds after the main gas valve opens or it shuts it down. Since you are hearing the burners fire up the ignitor is working and all the other safety circuits are working to allow the furnace to fire up.
The thermocouple is a small silver tube that protrudes into the flame of the main burners, remove it and scrub with scotchbrite pad or anything mildly abrasive. You just want to remove carbon and corrosion build up, re-install and see if it fires up.
I have two Goodman furnaces and if you are to maintain them your self you should keep on hand a thermocouple and a new ceramic ignitor. They will inevitably fail on the coldest weekend of the year and the only place to get them will be from a service company with a emergency service call ...$180.00 VS $60.00 off ebay or internet sales.
Also if your power vent fan is making ANY noise it is on its last legs and buying on in advance online will save you about $80.00 over the loca ldealers price......been there done that
if your power vent moter is not running you should not have have glowing ignitor.Frist the vent moter must close an air prove switch in series with the idnitor .seems you have a stuck air prove switch.Its the one with a hose attached
you either need an ignitor...even though it gets red it may not get hot enough...just repaired one doing the samething yours is doing same model number as yours. If that is not the problem the only other thing it could be is the circuit board
observe the sequence of operation. stat calls for heat and sends a signal, to furnace. check for 24 volts to common and white wire at furnace.first the forced draft motor starts and should have 120 volts to the plug it attaches to. after forced draft motor starts the pressure or vacuum switch closes should show no 24 volt when checked across terminals. shortly after the ignitor glows and shortly after click the main gas valve opens and main burners fire. shortly after the indoor fan comes on and hot air blows into the ductwork. follow the chain of events to see what doesnt happen and it is a clue to whats broke. maybe start by switching fan switch on stat to on. if fan comes on you have high and low voltage thereby eliminating the stat power and transformer as a problem. if you can see the ignitor look for it to be cracked . look close dont touch any part of it .it is powered by 120 volts when energized from board. dont forget when you take the door off there is no power to the furnace so be prepared to tape the safety switch closed when you are diagnosing.
Check the roll out switch(s) and the lock out switches. They are a small disc looking about the size of a nickle, with with 2 wires attached on them. There will be a re-set button in the middle that resembles a small peg. Push this in to re-set. As the glow coil shorted out, the fuse on the control board may have blown. On the newer furnaces find the main board and look for a car type fuse. If blown, replace. You also have the symptoms of a bad limit switch, by the clicking noise (the heat fan relay) and the blower fan running instantlly.
I am experiencing similar issues..the blower you hear is the vent blower probably..mine does the same..it vents the unburnt gas out of the vent pipe thru the roof. you should be able to run the fan manually from the thermostat to at least check and see of the blower works atl..at least it will let you know if the blower motor is ok..I have had to replace the control board once and I think it is the culprit again..mine is sooooo erratic.