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Have you tryed ebay they sometimes have them from people that bought them and didn't need them the prices are very reasonable compared to what factory dealers want to charge if you have the part number that will help you alot in finding the right one.
True, because there is no installing contractor involved with the sale the manufacturer cannot be assured that the heater will be installed properly. Contact a local installer to see if they can sell you the equipment for a few dollars over their cost if you pay them to install it. It may be cheaper in the long run especially if you are purchasing a Goodman. If not, follow the installation instructions to the letter.
Please call your utility company for help with this. If it is natural gas, call the gas company. If it is propane, call your supplier. If neither of those are any help, call your Camden County of Aging and tell them what is going on.
Im sure someone will help you get your heater going. You may need to get an electric heater. I suggest the oil filled type that looks like a old fashioned radiator.
Dress warm my friends to the North and make your calls in the morning.
i think the ca # is for the cooling coil unit - the heater should start with gmXXXXX - if your unit is fairly new - the pilot light electronically when thermostat calls for heat the unit will not light if the burner door is open
NO, the furnace has an electronic ignition system, if it is new than 15 years. Your ignitor may have failed. Depending on your location, this is approximately a 180.00 repair for a service techician to come and install the part. This is parts and labour, not just the part. The part is approximately 50-90 dollars, depending on location.
The furnace can not be installed with the doors facing up. It will not work properly and yes it is dangerous. The unit needs to be flipped to its side, and the plenums and the ducts need to be changed around along with your Flue (vent) pipe, and gas line. HVAC-R Tech
You will need a refrigerant recovery machine, and an EPA certification to recover refrigerant. You will need an oxy-acetylene brazing set-up as well as a nitrogen tank and regulator set-up. You will need a set of refrigerant guages (make sure to get guages for the r-22 you will be removing and another set for the new r-410a going into the heat pump), a digital micron guage and a vacuum pump.
You may want a digital multimeter and control and power wiring supplies. You will probably need additional refrigerant also.
It may not be a good DIY project.