Question about Goodman Heating & Cooling
Sound more like the cap, but if the motor is raging hot, it could be the motor, another thing it could is improper voltage although less likely. But Goodmans/ do have this weird fan relay issue were they just bite it some times. I would say its either gonna be your fan relay or capacitor, if you don't have a meter i would just go to Johnstone or whoever is you local supply house that handles goodman and ask for the fan really and the capacitor, bring your model and serial numbers, the fan capacitor is likely no bigger than a 15mfd and no smaller than 5mfd but they will be able to know, it will probably cost you 30 dollars max most likely around 15.
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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