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Fan wire caught and shorted out, is there a reset on a Goodman A/C unit, repaired wire, fan running but not unit

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If you are talking about the outdoor fan then if the fan is running the compressor should also be running. First check the capacitor and make sure no wires got pulled off. Some units use a 2 pole capacitor that runs the fan and compressor. The terminals will be Com, Herm (compressor), and Fan. If no wires are pulled off then check the capacitor and make sure the surge didn't ruin it. Let me know what you find or if you are talking about the indoor fan.

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