Question about Goodman Heating & Cooling
If your contactor is engaged, as it sounds like it is and you have 220 volts going out of it. Then the capacitor would be the device to look at next.
An ohm meter test on both sides of capacitor should show its condition. In your case I would guess the common terminal is bad (open).
There is another device added on to some units, this would be a time delay. Where it pauses up to 10 minutes before letting the compressor and fan start. This prevents short cycling. Carefully follow the wires to see if there is such a device between the contactor and main wires. If not then you are left with the capacitor again as the logical failed component.
Let me know if you have questions.
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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