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It could be anything - did you read where it can be igniter -flame sensor - fan motor - clogged nozzle -fuel delivery will need to test and check these components not just change them great you want to diy it but it it's done wrong or you don't follow proper safety can cause injury or worst so if not comfortable call a licensed service

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Had the same problem; should be the flame sensor, sticks in the flame to monitor temp, take out and clean it or just replace, order on on ebay for ten bucks. Save yourself a 150 bucks to call someone.

Goodman... | Answered on Dec 13, 2020


If the unit is older than 10 years old, I would recommend a new unit. You CAN replace the outdoor coil, but it requires working with refrigerant and is not really a DIY project. Most companies will not want to replace the coil if unit is out of warranty, because it is very costly and a new unit is always a better idea at that point.

It is possible to change the coil though.

Goodman Heating... | Answered on Nov 27, 2020


Trap has gone dry on the indoor unit drain or no trap is installed. If trap is present, fill the trap with water either from a clean out, if installed, or take the door off and pour water in the drain pan and let it run down.

If no trap installed, install P-trap. This is a draw-through coil so it needs a trap.

Goodman Heating... | Answered on Nov 27, 2020


If the status light is completely off then you have a failed board.

Also the root cause of the ac unit freezing up is likely either due to low refrigerant charge or low airflow, and given the fact that the motor will not run in fan only mode indicates that it is likely why the ac froze up as well. you need a new motor and indoor blower fan. I would also replace the indoor blower capacitor. I replace those anytime I replace a motor.

Goodman Heating... | Answered on Nov 27, 2020


There are several issues that can cause this. They range from airflow issues to bad main control boards. The airflow is easiest and it goes without saying that the filters should be clean or recently replaced. There have been cases where the controller board has retained that error and you must power off the whole furnace in order to reset it. Sometimes it requires you to replace the control board. The parts place I recommend is Goodman Furnace: Model GMH950703BXAC Parts & Repair Help ' Repair Clinic

Goodman Heating... | Answered on Nov 26, 2020


On most Goodman's the three blinking lights indicate an issue with the pressure switch circuit. That can usually mean one of 4 things.

1. Your flue is blocked with debris.
2. Inducer motor has failed or is not reaching proper speed to satisfy switch.
3. Pressure switch or inducer connections are loose.
4. Pressure switch is bad.

Goodman Heating... | Answered on Oct 05, 2020


means you have less that 24 volts to thermostat check transformer or wireing to tstat

Goodman... | Answered on Aug 27, 2020


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Goodman Heating... | Answered on Jun 28, 2020


is the furnace a 220v systen --is the generator large enough to run it

Goodman Heating... | Answered on Apr 09, 2020


When your thermostat was installed, a small sensor with transmitter was placed somewhere outside of your house, (Mine was placed under the house, zip tied to a floor joist). You need to find the sensor (about the size of a zippo lighter), open it, and replace the battery and put it back where it was.

Goodman Heating... | Answered on Feb 23, 2020


Most inducer fan now come as a whole assembly. Some people can change themselves but make sure if you try this to get all the old gaskets off and be careful.

Goodman... | Answered on Jan 31, 2020


Check to see if your furnace has an exhaust fan, if it does, make sure it is coming on. If it's not, the furnace will not light.

Goodman Heating... | Answered on Dec 22, 2019

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