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Blower runs longer than normal. It will shut off right before the burner ignites

Blower runs longer than normal. It will shut off right before the burner ignites


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Blower runs longer than normal. It will shut off right before the burner ignites

My blower has started to run longer then normal. It will shut off about a minute before the burner ignites for a new cycle and the blower will turn on for this cycle but then run long after the burner has shut off.
Goodman Model GMH950703BXAC
 

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Old 03-21-18, 10:11 AM
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Post the make and model number and we can help you out.
 
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Old 03-21-18, 10:38 AM
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Welcome to the forums.

While you're down there checking for the model number...... check the air filter.
It almost sounds like you are describing an overheat issue.
 
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Goodman. Model # GMH950703BXAC
 
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Are you talking about the combustion blower or house blower? Are you getting LED flash code on the control board?
 
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The red LED is steady, not blinking and its the fan that runs. I removed the red thermostat wire and the fan turned off and if I pull the thermostat off the wall the fan will stop. It will still blow when I turn the system off at the thermostat.
 
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Looks like you have a bad stat.
 
 

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