Question about Goodman GMS90703BXA Heater
Inductor fan clicks on, pilot glows, nothing happens. Then it repeats the above cycle & ignites.
Possible bad igniter...igniter should read somewhere from 50-90 ohms. If not it is going bad. Remove igniter (don't touch carbon silicon rods) see if you see minute cracks or white spots. If ohms testing reads in 90 or above range , replace igniter. ( note some rheem, rudd and weather king igniters normal ohm range can be 130-150 ohms).. You might also want to check the igniters connections and control board module to make sure the the igniter is betting the proper voltage to get the igniter hot enough.. 110 volts or about is the input norm to the igniter.
Posted on Jan 03, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I cleaned the sensor that was at the the right further most burner on my Goodman and it worked. got the answer to my problem here at fixya. My burner flame only lasted 5 secs before it shut off. Thanks to all who took the time to send me a response.
Posted on Oct 05, 2011
Release the vacuum line and blow into it when it first starts. If this works then it is a bad pressure switch. If not then locate the safety sensors around the burner. Jump them out until the gas valve opens and lights the burner.
Posted on Mar 01, 2013
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