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Wireing specs for ainterterm electric heat unit [e2eb012-ha ] unit my wires burnt becouse ac water trap was stop up

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My Goodman CAPF020B2C HVAC unit continues to run, but does not produce any cold air through the vents. It only stopped doing so a few hours ago, and I have not changed any settings today.

If the unit is still running and sounds no different to you - I would bet that that the compressor "is not running."
The fan motor of an AC unit is the sound most people identify with - but, the compressor (which is the heart of the system) makes a different sound which is usually 'hidden' by the noise of the fan.
Therefore, many customers assume that the AC is running normally (when the fan motor is running and the compressor is not).
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IF the condenser coil is dirty then it's possible that - that was the reason for the compressor getting hot and now (with a clean coil) you will not have any more problems. IF, however, the unit does not cool (after cleaning the condenser) you will need to have an AC Tech troubleshoot the unit.
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