Bad flame sensor Goodman furnace
A bad flame sensor, also referred to as a defective flame sensor or an intermittent flame sensor, can cause the furnace to stop heating, and many people might not be aware of it.
A defective or intermittent flame sensor disturbs the control system from detecting the heat from the burner, thereby causing the furnace to stop heating.
A bad sensor can also cause your furnace to go off when the air in your home starts getting too dry. This is because a dryer has less humidity than normal air, which can be confused for a flame is off.
If your temperature is set too high, like 70 or 80 degrees Fahrenheit, then this will also cause your furnace to shut down.
The good news is that our company offers quick fixes to both these problems, so you don’t have to worry about any more issues with your home heating!
If you have a problem with your burner flame and suspect it is the sensor, you might want to replace it. Replacing this part can easily be done by following the instructions included with the new sensor and turning off the power before disassembling anything. If there is an error code, you must consult the manufacturer’s manual for more information on how to fix it.
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