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I have a Goodman phk 024-1 unit that will not heat.

What are the testing procedures for the elements etc.

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Basically, set unit to call for the heat strips to be energized. There should be a control that sends power to the heat strips. Usually a contactor or relay. Verify that power passes thru this device to the heat strips. Make sure that the correct voltage is being delivered to the heat strips. If correct voltage is present at the terminals of the heat strip, check the amps. If no amps, heat strip is probably broken. Don't forget that some of these units have sequencers that "Stage" the energizing of the strips. And all of them should have some safety device such as a fuse or thermal overload or some other device that stops voltage should there be a malfunction.
Hope this helps.

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