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A/C fan is running but no cool air

I have a 13 SEER Goodman unit. The fan is blowing, however, the house is not cooling down. Is there an easy solution or should I contact my local A/C installer?

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Make sure the outside unit is running. If it is then you may need to get the unit charged.

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What is wrong with my Goodman AC unit?


Sounds like it has no power getting to it at all. Dont forget that some circuit breakers have UP as ON and some have DOWN as ON. Do not just assume a common way is always the same. You may even have to have one UP and the other DOWN as on. Check what the switch or circuit breaker has written on it to be sure.
AIR CONDITIONERS run like a refrigerator, they manufacture their own Heat or Cool and blow air past the unit to give hot or cold air to cool or heat the Room. These do not require flowing water.
Sometimes people (wrongly) call EVAPORATIVE COOLERS air conditioners. (An evaporative cooler just blows AIR past flowing water to humidify the flowing air and therefore "cool" the area)
An evaporative cooler therefore would require running water and without flowing water, the unit may not start due to the installation of a "fail safe" switch. An evaporative cooler would generally have a large box mounted on your roof with open sides with filters which are kept moist by the running water and through which the fresh air is sucked and pumped into your home.
There are varying thoughts on both, I personally consider the REFRIGERATED style as the most effective type, but they are more expensive to install and run.

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I have an intertherm air cond.it blows cool but not cold air,i have all conections no leaks and everthing runs when i shut the air off at the thermastat the blower keeps running any thoughts please help....


Several problems with these units, (I just finished rebuilding mine). sounds like the fan
relay has failed. This may be due to water dripping on it. Also the sequencers that
were supplied often popped apart( the new ones are clipped together with metal bands)
I would replace both as I have already done.
The outdoor condenser sounds like it is stuck, which is a reversing valve problem.
If the lineset is cool but not really cold, then this is the problem.
luckily the parts are inexpensive for the air handler but the outdoor unit problem
is expensive to repair and I just replaced it as a unit, The good news is that it dropped
the electric bill 84 dollars the first month in february heat mode.
If you can install a new system, I would recommend a Goodman 13 seer minimum. They
are efficient, quiet and less expensive, if your unit is 13 seer on the indoor
air handler it can be
fitted up with a new outdoor condenser. Hope this is useful.

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I just had a new Goodman 13 seer installed on 6/5/10 and the unit wont turn off and doesnt seem to cool down the house had new duct installed also they changed out the fan but it runs all day without...


CALL AN EXPERT......THE WIRES AT THE CONDENSER ARE NOT CONNECTED PROPERLY.THE UNIT SHOULD HAVE BEEN VACUUMED/PUMP DOWN BEFORE STARTING UP .POSSIBLE LOW ON REFRIGERANT ALSO.

Jul 13, 2010 | Goodman CLQ36AR49 Air Conditioner

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Air condition jsut 10 month old ... not keeping up whith cooling


If it's only 92° outside and the unit won't cool the house, then the unit is either to small or it's low on refrigerant. They are designed to cool a house with outdoor temperatures up to 115° to 120°.Usually you need one ton a/c for every 400 square feet of house, but, you have to take into account for average outdoor temperature and humidity, windows, doors, especially sliding glass or patio doors and which side of the house they are on, insulation in walls and attic.
The air leaving your duct work going into the rooms should be about 20° lower than the room temperature, if you have a 80° room then the air leaving the duct should be around 60°. if it is then the unit is probably to small if, everything is working properly.

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Just had a new 3.5 Ton Goodman GSZ13-13 SEER, heatpump installed. Its working OK in Cooling, however whe switched over to heating mode the indor unit makes a loud grumbling sound. The installer stated that...


I install them every day and I have not had one make a loud grumbling sound. Sounds like you might have a low voltage (Thermostat) wiring problem. The only thing different inside the indoors unit from heat and cool is the fan speed, electric heat when on. The fan might be loose or out of balance and it only shows up at low speeds. Either way, the noise is not normal.

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Goodman a/c blower runs on auto and humidity problems


Is the air cold inside? You are talking about the fan inside? Have system check for freon but more than likely, it sounds like a t'stat problem. And it's not normal for the fan to run constantly.

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I have goodman 13 seer/ I have power going into the unit and it will not pull in the contact and when i push in the contact the fan will run but not blow in the house and both cooper pipes on the outside...


check power on the 24 volt coil of the contact pushing in the contactor will not make youre blower in the house run only start the compressor and condensing fan on the outside unit. if u do not have 24 volts on the coil of the contactor that could mean a few things high or low pressure switch is open. which this sounds like the problem because you stated the unit starts but both (copper) pipes stay warm this may be cause by no freon in the system. see normally if you push that contactor in when the indoor fan not running u will get really cold big pipe thats called the suction line. check if you have voltage on the coil when unit is calling for cooling if not look at the schematic and ohm the pressure switces if there are any

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My goodman seer 13 package heatpump stopped blowing cool air. Fan still works, there is power to the unit.


Is the outside unit starting and fan blade spinning? Have you inspected you air filter recently?

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I can't seem to get my pressures up on a new 3 ton 13 seer goodman? High side 200psi low 50psi not cooling the house


You might have a bad valve on compressor.Close valve on high side and see if the low side pumps down. Of course you should have your gages hooked up.If your low side doesn't pump down you have a bad valve.

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