Question about Goodman Heating & Cooling
Bad gas valve, no gas getting to gas valve, restriction in air intake, bad electrical connection from board to gas valve, or a bad board. Make sure you have gas at other gas appliances. Weather changes could cause a regulator to stick closed (your gas company is responsible for that). You can always tap lightly on the gas valve in the furnace to dislodge any debris holding the valve closed. Make sure the switch position on the gas valve is on. Remove and reinstall the wires to the gas valve to make sure they have a good connection. Remove the air intake pipe (not the exhaust) or open up any access to the burner to allow a good air supply to the burner. Lastly, follow the wiring from the gas valve to the board. Remove the plug from the board and inspect for any corrosion.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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