Air handler wil not come on with central A/C


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Old 05-31-10, 02:23 PM
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Air handler wil not come on with central A/C

I have a goodman central air unit. The air handler will not come on, but the outside unit is running. Any ideas?

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Old 05-31-10, 03:55 PM
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The fan relay on those things fail very often.
It resembles a heat sequencer.
Cold air may be as easy as moving 1 wire until you can have a new relay installed.
(The fan would always run but the outdoor unit would still cycle with demand)

What is your model number?
 
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Model Number

The model number is CPKJ24-1A. Thanks !!
 
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I need the model number for the air handler.
 
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Air Handler model number is A32-08
 
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Old 06-07-10, 08:28 PM
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I cannot find that unit's diagram online.
That relay interrupts one leg of power to your motor.
Moving the wire to the hot side of it will bypass the relay untill you can replace the relay. (a "Y" connector may help)

This is an example of your BTDR, though your color codes may differ.
 
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Till you replace the relay

place the fan seletor switch to on
 
 

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