Question about Goodman B1859005 Induced Draft Blower Motor
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
For anyone who finds this question in the future - It's the condensate drain hose for the heat exchanger.
Get a bucket and some towels handy and unplug the lowermost flexible rubber hose - if you do this right after the furnace has stopped, water will come gushing out. Mine was continually plugging up causing my furnace to stop, like yours - the L shaped plastic tube that dips into the drain trap on the outside of the unit (the thing filled with water) was too close to the bottom of the trap. I took it out, shortened it by 1/2 an inch (keep the same bevel that's on there!) and I haven't had a problem since. Blowing out the line would only hold things off for a few weeks before it started acting up again.
Cost me $90 for a service call the first time since visually it looks fine and I checked the upper hoses that go to the pressure switch :)
Learn from my service call!
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
The problem you have is water in the exhaust pipe.
Check to see if the pipe has sagged anywhere or if there is a trap in the line.
If you hear gurgling then it is definetly water....
Some times can be hard to find, even a pipe 1/4 full will cause problems. They are very sensitive to flue problems.
Make sure that the flue pipe either runs back to the furnace or out to the outside, a continuos slope either way witha high spot in the middle.
Also check the bottom drain of the blower if it has one, have had them plug and trap water also..
I hope that this will help you to solve your problem!
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Posted on Dec 24, 2009
This is probably a dry bearing in the vent motor. Those motors run at high RPM's and can make a deafening high pitched squeal if they become dry and need oiling.
Some of the motors have oil cups on them for dripping oil into and others;s are much more difficult as you need to guess where the bearing is and try to drip oil down into them or run the oil to them.
Any light weight small motor oil ike a sewr machine oil will work.
Many hardwares have small oil bottles with extending spouts made just for oiling motors for just a couple of bucks...
The other thing that can cause this is if the blower wheel is coming loose and has moved to the side and is hitting the side of the blower housing. Take the bottom cover off and check for play or movement side to side in the blower wheel. Spinning it with the power off by hand may give you a clue as you will hear it scraping the side of the housing.
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
if it is a fuel furnace the pump may have air in the system. here is a web site that will give you the information you will need to to help you fix the problem, there is a manual that will take you step by step to resove the problem, if you need more help understanding the troubleshooting of the system post to this e-mial you will get.
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
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