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Blower fan does not always come on when the outsid

Indoor fan does not always come on when the outside unit comes on.

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Does this sound like a fan relay problem? If it does, what is the part number for the part?

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This a goodman unit and know you have a bad fan relay insid. Get it replaced or you can replace it yourself. You have to get the exact replacement for it to work right. It is actually a sequencer single pole double throw. They go out all the time. Russ

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