Question about Goodman CKL60AR60 Air Conditioner
Find the rating tag on the motor for the centrifugal fan. Locate the FLA amp number! Using a clamp-on amp meter while the unit is at its full load running. Compare to the amp draw. If it is rated at say....FLA 28.6 amp and you take a reading of 16.2 or 23.1 then either the motor is failing or you are not getting proper supply voltage. Take a Volt reading of you supply voltage to insure there is enough voltage being supplied!
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
Inside the air handle there is a motor and a cage(squirrel). I am assuming this is the problem. The side that has the pilot light, take this cove off first, then the back cover. There is a switch so when you take the back cover off it opens the circuit. You will see a main board and to the left and behind is the motor and squirrel cage. I would kill power and then remove the bolts making sure I make the wires and where they go. Then just take the motor and cage out. You will need a allen wrench to remove cage, then replace motor. Hope this helps Tim
Posted on Aug 10, 2010
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