4 blinks on the Goodman furnace
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The first time you see four blinks, it means that one of the sensors has gone bad and needs to be replaced or there is a problem with the gas valve wiring or the gas valve timer not working properly because it hasn’t been reset back to zero after a power outage.
The second time you see four blinks, it means that there may be a problem with the flame sensor input on the electronic board because, at this point all
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On Goodman furnaces, a four-blink sequence usually indicates that the blower has failed.
Goodman furnaces have an indicator light in the control box that tells you what parts need to be replaced. It has 4 blinks as an indication, representing a different part.
-Blink One: Fan Blade
-Blink Two: Thermostat
-Blink Three: Ignitor
-Blink Four: Flame Sensor
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