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call tech or installer and check condensor fan assuming noise is outside. shut down outdoor unit and hand spin the fan blade to see if it is rubbing

Goodman... | Answered on Aug 09, 2009

How far from the unit or room do you have the remote? remember the remote is the sensor, if it isnt near the unit it will not shut off! place the remote 8 feet from the unit and leave it there, if it doesnt shut off, it was installed wrong or is malfunctioning!

Goodman... | Answered on Aug 06, 2009

is the fan out side running when you are getting cool air? IF so check the out door coill is it clean, If not the fan could be over heating because it is pulling to hard. you should be able to feel the air 2' above the unit.

Goodman... | Answered on Aug 06, 2009

0204 built the second week of 2004 sound like you have a loose or burnt wire in the a-c and arcing when the unit comes on. turn the breaker off next time you fix an outlet

Goodman... | Answered on Aug 04, 2009

You may have defective tstat wiring, or a bad control fuse. Check both.

Goodman... | Answered on Aug 01, 2009

if you let it thaw it sounds like your coil froze up
a frozen coil is usually due to lack of air flow (a dirty air filter or bad blower motor) if both of these are ok then you probably are low on refrigerant
i would suggest finding someone who specializes in goodman or someone who is certified to handle refrigerant to check your refrigerant pressures

Goodman... | Answered on Jul 29, 2009

line fuse keeps blowing

Goodman... | Answered on Jul 25, 2009

Personally I would get an exact replacement capacitor same voltage rating and microfarud rating. The capacitor will read something like 370v 5uf. I would be surprised if that's not the whole problem. If not it needs an exact evaporative fan replacement, and the new Capacitor. Happy cooling!

Goodman... | Answered on Jul 17, 2009

Hi there. You have a freon leak in the system. You can charge the system and use soapy water on all joints to find the leak. If a slow leak, just recharge every year. This will get you by till you get the leak fixed.

Goodman... | Answered on Jul 11, 2009

Sounds like te start capacitor is defective turn power off and mark the wires exactly like they are on the capacitor. Some capacitors are dual meaning they start the compressor and fan together. But if the fan side is bad it will try to start and after too many attempts will damage the fan motor. Let me know if I am helpful or if you need more assistance. Sea Breeze

Goodman... | Answered on Jul 11, 2009

It's very possible that the fan itself is bad - relatively common on VW's. First check the fuse for the fan on the fuse panel.
You could also have a fan control module problem. Can you hear/feel the compressor turn on? If so, then the module is good and you probably have a bad fan or a blown fuse.

Goodman... | Answered on Jul 10, 2009

tough to tell by the age they probably dont manufacturer parts for that model anymore try calling a goodman wholesaller otherwiseupgrading to a new 13seer unit will cut your operating cost in half

Goodman... | Answered on Jul 09, 2009

Maybe. Shut of power to outsde unit. Remove screws holding the wire shield on top in place. You may need to unhook wires to motor. may or right down where they came from. Turn top upside down after removing fan blade from bottom. Check and make sure blade didn't puncture coil. if the hub is still attached to blade you should be able to slide it back on shaft. try to get it back where screw marked shaft and tighten it back in place . some times it it hard to get screw tight if it is on the motor side but you need it tight. Some times a 1/4 inch extentsion turned backward works . Put a wrench on socket end. If hub is broke off you will need a new blade. Becareful not to bend blade as this will cause it to shake when it runs. If this motor was replace recently the company should fix it for free as it was no tightened correctly.

Goodman... | Answered on Jun 30, 2009

Sounds like a restriction of air flow. Check you duct work and check for holes or lose duct.

Goodman... | Answered on Jun 30, 2009

You have iced up your unit. Turn Tstat to off fan to on. This will thaw unit in a couple of hours. NOW The reason for the ice up condition has to be found. Low on gas,stopped up filter,stopped up evap.(inside) indoor fan inop. Start with simple first check filer,If you can see the evap coil see if it is stopped up. To charge the unit if low on gas you have to call a service tech. Ask for free estimate so you will know up front what it will cost. Remember if you add gas there is a leak. Make sure your tstat setting is not to low. If the evap coil is dirty you can clean this yourself. Use a stool brush with soft fiber. spray with 409 let soak and brush clean your coil. Rus

Goodman... | Answered on Jun 27, 2009

Replace the run capacitor, too.

Goodman... | Answered on Jun 23, 2009

The click you heard was an internal overload in the compressor. Your a/c shouldn't cycle on and off every few minutes. The short cycling causes the compressor to over heat. You need to figure out why you have such a short run time with your a/c. Check the thermostat.

Goodman... | Answered on Jun 16, 2009

Does unit do this when you turn the fan to the on position. If so you have a bad fan sequencer. Posibly

Goodman... | Answered on Jun 14, 2009

Check outside unit capacitor and the contactor.. I work on Goodman unit sounds like a cap or contactor

Goodman... | Answered on Jun 07, 2009

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