Question about Goodman Heating & Cooling
The thermostat actually sends low voltage to the contactor switch built into the unit outside (condenser). Use caution as there is high voltage involved. Turn power off to the unit before attempting to service (usually, there is a cut-off /service switch on the wall of the house very close to the unit). If you are a serious tinker-er, you can replace the contactor (sold on ebay and other locations, obtain part number from old switch or up grade to better quality). Below is nice video on the subject or contactors. You may also want to call service company just to make sure damage has not done the the condenser /compressor from continually running. Good luck
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
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