Question about Heating & Cooling
Sounds like the blower motor is wired to the load side of the A/C contactor relay/. In this condition the blower will only run when the compressor is running which is ok for a heat pump but if you are running electric heat only the blower motor needs one wire to the line side and one to the fan relay. That way the blower will run with heat or a/c. When the blower wont run the heat strips thermal protection will cycle them on and off
Posted on Nov 17, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: central heat unit not blowing
Is your unit a Split system where one unit is inside (attic, garage, utility room) and another outside?? Is the outside unit unit running?? Is your thermostat electronic or the regular slide mechanical type??
Posted on Jan 18, 2008
SOURCE: goodman heat pump wiring
ok Let me see if this helps if not please comment back with the t-stat model and make as well. The Y terminal on the t-stat needs to be connected to the Y terminal on the heat pump board. If this does'nt fix it your thermostat may have something different going on so please send me the model and make of the t-stat. Also if you know does this unit have outside temperature sensing probes, and or an automatic defrost cycle?
Posted on Jul 06, 2008
check to i see if there power to condenser. check to see if there 24 volts to condenser.checkt the disconnect box for power located out side by the condeser you should have 220volts at that box. check to see if your stat is set on cool.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
0204 built the second week of 2004 sound like you have a loose or burnt wire in the a-c and arcing when the unit comes on. turn the breaker off next time you fix an outlet
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
If it's in cool mode, the outside fan definitely should run to remove the heat. If it's heat mode the outside fan will start only when pressure build up. If it's problem with condenser fan definitely the breaker or fuse will be blown when the amphs increased.
Posted on Dec 09, 2010
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