Question about Goodman Heating & Cooling
Posted by Anonymous on
Sounds like fan motor issue. capacitor or motor bad with reduced air flow coil will freeze up
Posted on Aug 14, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I recommend getting electric back up heat to fix your problem. Like the other gentleman said, defrost is having to kick on too much. It's doing the best it can givin the conditions outside. If you don't have enough power supply for electric back up heat, then a gas furnace or propane furnace will work also, depending on your needs. Heat Pumps are a like a full time fan, they are designed to heat your home at a steady rate unlike forced gas units that turn on extremely high temps and then shut off... Ensure your charge is correct, givin your tempatures the unit sounds to be working correctly, however a second opinion is always a good piece of mind before you spend money on emergency heat.. Hope that helps..
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
Look for an outdoor thermostat/temp sensor and if you find one chack to see if its adjustable. (adjustments probably found on the board.)
It could also be wired to bypass the heatpump altogether when temps are below 40.
you will want to adjust, rewire or remove that t-stat/sensor.
In some areas they are really not needed. What state are you in?
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
This sounds like you either need to clean or replace the filter, but if the filter is some what new you might want to take a look at the coils just past the filter, if the coils do not have a shine to them then you might want to buy some coil cleaner (i found simple green or formula 50 works great), then you will have to spray the coils with the cleaner, let sit about 10-15 min, then give it a very good rinse with warm water. After that it should work like it is brand new. Enjoy!
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
yes we charge freon if it leaks out, but we fix the leak first. but also it may have electrical problem only, better get it check with a technician
Posted on May 09, 2009
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