Question about Goodman Heating & Cooling
Hi. This may be as simple as a failed mounting device. The mounting screws or mounting platform may have become corroded, thus, causing instabilities within the structure of the compressor assembly. this will induce noises, upon shutdown. This can be corrected by simply replacing the entire mounting assembly at the compressor unit, or tightening the mounting bolts, as well. Normal vibration will cause the bolts to become loose, over time.The necessary actions are to inspect the outside compressor unit, or if this is a window unit, kindly, gain access to the compressor, and check all mounting assemblies for loose bolts and screws.
Now, if the compressor mounting assembly is sound and secured correctly, this will lead to a failed compressor seal. This more serious issue will possibly require you to have the entire compressor rebuilt or replaced. If the unit is cooling properly, this may just be a simple broken mounting device at the compressor unit.
Posted on May 25, 2010
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