Goodman furnace dip switch settings
Furnaces are one of the most important parts of a home. They offer warmth and energy and often are the heart and soul of a household. It is vital to make sure your furnace is in good condition and functioning properly. The dip switch settings for a Goodman furnace vary depending on the model; this article will detail the different settings for all models.
It is important to know what these dip switch settings all mean so you can keep your furnace in great condition.
The dip switches are easy to change, but they have a clear purpose: “A switch that handles different arrangements of circuits that connect devices or groups,” says Energy Star’s website. The Goodman furnace features six different dip switches, each with its own function depending on what type it is used for in the unit. There are five main types: A) fan only, B) power vent (both A & B), C) cool only, D) heat only, E) heat pump (cooling mode.
The Goodman Furnace Dip Switch Settings are set by using individual switches to turn the power on.
This configuration should be saved in the furnace’s permanent memory, which is called a “run card.”
The dip switch settings have no effect if the furnace doesn’t have a run card.
When the furnace is set to 1, the circulating fan will turn on and off at a fixed interval. If it is set to 2 or 3, the air that circulates around the furnace will not shut off but will slow down. If it is set to 4 or 5, there will be no air circulation.
In order for the furnace to work properly and safely, you need to make sure that you have either 1-3 dip switches on or off, depending on your desired temperature.
Goodman furnaces come with dip switches that determine how often the circulating fan turns on and off. In order for the furnace to work properly and safely, you need to make sure that you have either 1-3 dip switches on or off, depending on your desired temperature. This can be achieved by turning them so they are either up or down when they are flat against electrical contacts.
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