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Where is reset switch at to started fan back up?on 2004-2005 split system heat pump goodman.

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Goodman doesn't make reset buttons with their units, however you can shut the power off at the breakers or at the switch for the furnace power if equipped. Do this for 3 mins and turn them back on this should reset the system.
Hope this solution has been helpful?

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