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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When ever you hear a buzzing like you are hearing means one thing one of the fuses on the outside disconnect box is bad. Only getting 1/2 the power. Find the bad fuse and get the same size and will be good to go. ken
Posted on May 02, 2009
If you are sure of the power then ya have a control problem thermostat set correctly? could be open low pressure switch I would call for service. Tom
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
SOURCE: Goodman Air (outside unit)
was there any refrigerant loss? "bumping" that results in movng usualy causes a leak.If the system is totally empty, It shouldn't start.. If it did major oh nos! will appear. Does it not start all? and was it running when it got thumped? May have to call a tech out on it. Sorry.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
Hi, your evap. drain is block, i know you are smart, we can do this, remove front cover of evap.(indoor unit) check for location of screws, look carefully you will see drain connection and tray, try to clean, use mild cleaning solvent, or practical way push something flexible into tubing, also clear your air filter, and you'll be in good shape, also check leveling of evap(indoor unit), with spirit level, should be horozontally leved. good luck.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
There could be a number of problems why. Some would include:
Test by pulling of the cover and jumping the R terminal to the Y terminal and if it works then, you have a faulty thermostat.
This is located on the outside unit in the electrical compartment. It is a round or oval shaped cap with wires coming from the top and can only be checked if you have a multimeter that has MicroFarads available. If so, you pull the wires off (remembering exactly how they were hooked up) and put your test leads to the Herm and Com terminals and get your reading. Then you look at the label and see if your numbers match up. IMPORTANT: Disconnect the line voltage before opening the electrical compartment on the condenser!
Faulty Electrical Board-
Located on the inside unit, most models have boards that will give you a code with a flashing LED light now. The code list is usually on the back of the furnace doors. If you dont have a board at all, then the furnace is an older model and the trouble-shooting could get a little more difficult. If it has the board, try locating a fuse on the board and checking if its blown, if it is, replace and see if thats the only problem.
These are just a few things that you can check. I hope it helps somewhat. Good Luck!
Posted on Jun 26, 2010
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