Question about Goodman CKL60AR60 Air Conditioner
If the Indoor fan is not blowing then you have a bad fan motor or a bad/loose wire in most cases. You have 24v from the transformer because you said the outdoor unit runs. The 24v is what activates the solenoid on the main contactor. GOOD! The green wire in the T-Stat is usually what calls the indoor fan to run! Check the connections at the T-Stat and at the fan relay in the indoor air handling unit! Also use a voltmeter to test for voltage to the fan motor itself!
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
Sounds you like you got a blower problems could be the motor or the run capciator. You can turn off the power and ohm the motor out it should have a reading between the wires if yu get infinity its open same on the run cap unhook the wires and run an ohms reading it should build up and then fall back toward zero. You can also check the microfards if your meter reads this. Look on the cap it will tell you the microfards and it shuld read close to that reading. Good luck!! I hope I have helped you.
Posted on Jul 10, 2010
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