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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Solid red typically means bad controller. Try unplugging the furnace, wait about 30 secs, then plug it back in. The possibility that the controller was sending voltage to the valve even when there was no flame is a bad sign. If the controller starts the furnace, watch it very closely and see what it does. If the solid light comes back on, it's time for a new board.
Posted on Mar 24, 2010
from my experience with goodman units ,it could have been a gas supply problem there are so many protective sensors that i dont think it is the unit by the way is it electronic ignitor or pilot
Posted on May 16, 2010
There maybe a few issues. They have multiple safeties on furnaces. With this in mind this process to find the problem would take a Technician to check these safeties. It could be a flame sensor or thermocoupler each senses a flame or heat to keep the gas going. Also the damper for the flue must open for the gas to stay on. There may be more safeties on this and each safety sends a 24 volt current back to control module in order for the gas valve to stay open. If these aren't being met it will try around three times and go into a lock out mode which will keep gas shut off entirely.
Posted on Feb 23, 2012
SOURCE: i have a goodman furnace with a solid red light. Says normal operation, but ignitor does not light. Unplugged ignitor and still solid light. Could it be the circuit board or something else? Blower
Usually you can visually inspect the igniter, looking for any cracks or breaks in the element. The best way to check it is with a volt meter to see if your getting the 120v to the plug itself, putting your leads in each of the prongs on the plug. If you are not getting the voltage, it's usually the board. Make sure all connections are tight. The heating sequence will be: 1. Inducer motor starts 2. You will hear a click from the board, it telling the igniter to light. It should start to glow. 3. Next click will be the gas valve opening and flames on. 4. Blower motor starts. Hope this helps!
Posted on Nov 23, 2012
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