Question about Goodman Heating & Cooling
The first thing I would check is the breaker/disconnect that feeds your outside unit with electricity. If it seems fine then i would check the electrical contact/relay that energizes the compressor. Low voltage from your thermostat is sent to a small coil in the contact/relay that is energized to pick up a set of contacts. These contacts allow the supply voltage to flow through them to turn on your compressor and fan. If your thermostat is in the on position, have an electrician use a meter to see if there is voltage on either/both sides of the contact. If it is only on the supply side, then you probably have a bad contact. Fairly inexpensive fix if you are a do-it-yourselfer. Also, make sure that your thermostat is sending out a signal to the contact. A meter will show you a low voltage signal if it is working.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
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