Question about Goodman CKL24AR24 Air Conditioner
Check the relay or sequencer that controls the blower if it has one of those. If the fan is controlled by a circuit board then you problem may be there. If it is controlled by a circuit board then you can check for power at the fan connection when the fan is supposed to be on. Then there is always the possibility that you blower motor is burned out. You can use and ohmmeter to check the motor windings. You said you checked the thermostat, how did you do that? If you install a jumper between the R and G connections the fan should run if everything else is OK.
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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