Question about Goodman CKL42AR42 Air Conditioner
Check you contact on your outside unit, the relay may have gone bad. In the corner remove four screws, and the cover should come off it may have a fifth in the middle. It is a black square, T1 T2 T3 and L1 L2 L3 , it has a relay in between. Make sure you have you voltage coming in(line the L's), if you don't then somewhere around the unit is a box check and make sure the fuse/breaker is good. If you have power, with an insulated screwdriver or you finger push the contact in, the compressor and fan should run. Now if the relay is engage then it is more then likely the fan motor or capacitor. Hoped this helped tim
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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