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How much Freon does cple36 Goodman heat pump condenser hold.

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SOURCE: Goodman Condenser - Heat - Buzzing Noise every 60 seconds

You stated capasitor was checked . if cap. is ok sometimes start terminal wire will burn into at compressor or you may have a loose connection causing a voltage drop (more than 10%).If both check ok try a hard start kit. Who knows it might start. good luck

Posted on Jan 20, 2008

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On a cpkj 48-1B Goodman heat pump I am having condenser fan issues. runs full spedd for a while then cuts down to barely running, Even after changing the motor and capacitor.


Does the condenser utilise head pressure control to maintain head pressure? if so is the unit fully charged...r22. r410 Freon.If the unit is an older model. the fan motor only runs at 850 r.p.m design flaw. The newer units now run the fan at 1075. R.p.m. I have installed many Goodman split systems and was having problems similar to yours. Hope this. Helps you

Jul 11, 2015 | Goodman Heating & Cooling

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GOODMAN HEAT PUMP MODEL GSZ 130481AF: freon or R410????


That would be a 13 SEER 4 ton HeatPump using R-410a

Aug 20, 2014 | Heating & Cooling

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HE heat pump won't talk with old air handler?


The fact is, the air handler supplies the voltage, blower, and electric heat. In order for the heat pump to work correctly, the wiring from the thermostat and heat pump need to be hooked up right to the air handler. The thermostat is what tells which component to come on. If the fan stops, but the condenser keeps going, you either have a faulty fan relay on the air handler, faulty thermostat or wiring, faulty wiring at the heat pump, or the contacts on the new unit are sticking, which is highly doubtful considering it is working now. I hope I have helped you understand this a little more. Good luck and don't let them push you around, get someone that knows what they are looking at.

Jul 18, 2012 | Goodman Heating & Cooling

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I have a goodman manufacturing 3 ton heat pump, model #CPLE36-1. initial call was no a/c. found breaker tripped. reset and hit disconnect and tripped again.. ohmed compressor and fan motor and both ohmed...


What you need to do is disconnect the compressor at the electrical access on the side of the unit. Check each wire to the grounding screw using ohm meter if you get continuity your compressor is shorted do the same thing for you condenser fan. I bet your compressor is shorted. Make sure power is off and remember where the wires go. Trace the wires that go to compressor back to the contactor and capacitor and disconnect them there. If this help please rate me and do a testimonial.

May 25, 2011 | Heating & Cooling

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I entered questions for the split Goodman HVAC system yesterday. Two people responded. In response to taa43-Tom, I will get more local opinions & quotes tomorrow. Do you live in the Southeast? ...


Better off taking good money and put into something with a warranty. its probably a 4 hour job to recover solder in new valve change drier pull vacuum recharge If your system is freezing up it may not be the valve could be a check valve. low freon dirty unit all would cause the unit to freeze up is the company competent in working on heat pumps don't get some body that can work on you want in FIXED . from what you said in your 2nd post i am not convinced its the valve. Tom p.s i am in the mid west prices are not too far out of line.

Jun 24, 2009 | Goodman CLQ36AR49 Air Conditioner

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My goodman aircondition system takes forever to cool


You can have one of two problems .... firstly ,the condenser ,i.e outside part of the unit could be dirty or inefficient in loosing the excess heat or secondly ,the gas (freon) in the system have leaked out ...if it is the second ,the thinner line of the two leaving the condensing unit will start to get ice forming on it .... let me know if this helps

May 22, 2009 | Goodman Heating & Cooling

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Extremely long time to get cool air with 5 ton 13 seer goodman heat pump which is 3 years old.


Check your filter. Make sure it is clean. Make sure the outdoor unit is operational. (power on). Clean your condenser coil with a garden hose. If possible check your evaporator coil. If it is dirty clean it. Your furnace (or air handler) blower speed should be set on high. All of your registers (supply & return) should be open and unobstructed. Check for proper thermostat settings. If none of this information solves your problem , then your units charge needs to be checked. You could be over or undercharged with freon.
Good luck......

May 06, 2009 | Goodman Heating & Cooling

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R22 freon


It uses the exact same amount of freon on both cycles...it just inverts a vale which changes the condenser to an evaporator int eh winter for heat and changes the condenser back to a condenser for AC in the summer. However it does so with the same amount of freon.
Thank you ...the Fang

Mar 27, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

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Vibration when heat only is on inside and out


Is it noisy always when running in heat or only for intermittant periods? Depending on where you live every 45-90 minutes of run time the heat pump goes into a cycle called defrost. The fan on the outdoor unit will shut off. the compressor will continue to run but in actually cool mode. this heats the outdoor coil and allows any frost or ice that is built up on the outdoor coil to melt. The compressor can get pretty loud in this mode and you may actually see steam coming off of the unit. This is normal. However if it is noisy all of time in heat check/clean your coils. If this doesn't remedy it have your refrigerant charge checked by a NATE certified Service Technician. Good luck.

Nov 22, 2008 | Goodman CLQ36AR49 Air Conditioner

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