Question about Goodman GMS90703BXA Heater
Hi, this motor is the inducer motor on this furnace. It is supposed to come on when there is a call for heat and stay on through the complete cycle before anything else will take place. You may be loosing this motor. It is a 120 volt motor, so you need to remove the panel where this motor is.If you take a panel off and you loose all power to the furnace, look on the perimeter where the panel sits for a small switch that will kill power for safety. If so, tape it down so you can check this motor out. Check for loose connections to this motor. Check the thermostat wires at the furnace, the red and white that go to the r and w terminal to make sure they are tight. This sounds to me like just a loose connection for it to cycle on and off like that.Feel of the motor body to see if it is getting hot to the touch. If it is, the motor is going off on its internal overload safety and will need to be replaced. You will need to take it out and go to a appliance parts house to get a new one if you can do this your self. It has to be a loose connection or the motor windings are going out, as it should run all of the time for any thing to fire up. I hope this has been of help to you.
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Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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