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What would keep fan from coming on if unit lights off. fan works if manually ingaged at relay.


Flame sensor dirty or out of position, , check pressure switch .

loose connections to fan . rollout switch not working .

Oct 30, 2016 | Goodman Heating & Cooling

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Goodman gas pack unit lights , fan does not come on, fan operates if you manually ingage relay


There is a Klixon temperature switch on the heat exchanger that closes after heat has built up so you don't get a blast of cold air from the ducts when in the heat mode. More than likely it has failed.

Oct 30, 2016 | Goodman Heating & Cooling

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Have a goodman gas pack and we lost power due to winter storm over night so now my unit is running but only cold air coming out


the pilot light runs from a very small gas jet and should not be affected by the power outage
however that is not to say that the jet may have frozen over and become blocked putting out the pilot light
AS the system needs power to drive the fan it is possible that without the fan and safety system working , the main gas supply solenoid would have shut down and that could have affected the pilot light
with the power reinstalled try lighting the pilot light
I would say that there would be a pizo starter on the front of the unit to light the pilot loght

Jan 24, 2016 | Goodman Heating & Cooling

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My gas pack won't light


First, the thermostat white wire is the wire that initiates the furnace to start. When you select heat on your thermostat the tech should get a 24-28 volts between the white wire and common on the thermostat wire in the furnace. If you do not get the required voltage, there is a break in the wire from the furnace to the thermostat that needs to be tracked down and eliminated.

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LOOKING FOR SCKEMATIC WIRING DIAGRAM FOR GOODMAN GAS PACK #PCB120245-3


type in your browser Goodman GPG152407041 15 SEER / wiring diagram

Jan 18, 2011 | Goodman GPG152407041 15 SEER Packaged...

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We have a Goodman gas pack (PGB 030075-1)and no heat. A/C works fine. We can get the blower to come on but nothing but cold air comes out. Do we have a pilot light on this unit that needs to be lit?


Amy,
There is no pilot light. It is electronic ignition.
If you have a gas supply and it is turned on you have electrical problems inside the unit.

Jan 04, 2010 | Goodman Heating & Cooling

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My Goodman furnace wont light.


Open up the unit to get to the control board. Make a short jumper wire and disconnect the wires going to R and W terminals on the board. Connect the jumper to R and W. Depress the door safety switch. The circuit board should indicate a call for heat and the furnace should start. If it doesn't, look for a fuse that may have blown either on the circuit board or in the wiring. If the unit started by jumping the W and R but does not when you reconnect the thermostat, you either have a bad thermostat or a bad thermostat wire.

Dec 02, 2009 | Goodman GMS90703BXA Heater

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Goodman Model # GPG15709041AA Gas pack just


depending on the brand and if he had to recharge and pulled oil oiut of compressor it can cause comp to be load. goodman is also a lower end unit and you pay for what you get. it is a very reliable unit howvere

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