Goodman furnace stop working
If a Goodman furnace stops working, there are a few things you can do to try and fix the problem.
Some possible causes of the problem could be:
· Clogged air filter
· Filter not installed correctly
· Gas pressure is too low
· Gas valve is closed or stuck
· Broken thermocouple (could be broken wire)
· Defective circuit board
· Broken piston rod or cracked diaphragm.
A Goodman furnace is a popular choice for homeowners seeking to save on their heating and cooling costs. It is designed with many benefits, but it can also be a maintenance and service nightmare if the furnace ever stops working.
The Goodman company manufactures furnaces that are often highly rated on the market, but many customers take issue with the quality of customer service. The company has been known to use subcontractors for customer service that leaves a lot to be desired.
There have also been complaints about a lack of transparency from Goodman in terms of what they cover under warranty and what is not covered.
Most people don’t realize until they’re going through this experience how much work goes into installing a new furnace! This can lead to significant home repairs before it’s completed, as well as increased utility bills during this time period.
When the Goodman furnace stop working the first thing to do is to make sure that power has not been interrupted. Look for blown fuses, tripped circuit breakers or any other sign of interruptions. If there is no visible problem, then check if there is power coming into the house by turning off breakers and lights and see if they come back on again.
If that doesn’t work, see if you can get a response from the furnace at all by pressing buttons or turning switches. Is there a pilot light? If not, it’s likely that you need to call in a technician.