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    Blower wont kick on, fire is igniting and it will heat up but it wont kick on..

    We have a goodman furnace. We just bought the house, we replaced the capacitor that had a weak reading, tested the blower motor, and everything seems to be in order. Why won't the blower kick on to send the heat out to the ducts? It turns on, heats up, but shuts off after a few minutes of running. Please help,

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    Quote Originally Posted by christey View Post
    We have a goodman furnace. We just bought the house, we replaced the capacitor that had a weak reading, tested the blower motor, and everything seems to be in order. Why won't the blower kick on to send the heat out to the ducts? It turns on, heats up, but shuts off after a few minutes of running. Please help,
    Best thing to do is get a hvac tech out check the system.

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    Thread relocated the to AOP (Ask Our Pro) section of the site.

    There is several possible reasons that the blower is not turning on. I recommend contacting a professional in your area to properly diagnosis and repair.

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    We are forbidden to advise on DIY work. Against site rules. Get a competent tech. to look at this system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wahoo View Post
    We are forbidden to advise on DIY work. Against site rules. Get a competent tech. to look at this system.
    Thank you for this, I should have read them more clearly.

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    if fan will come on with fan switch in the on position leave i there so you have heat until service can be arranged.

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    Try to turn on the fan switch to on is a good idea. Try that until you can get a service man. That new capacitor could be bad. Have had that trouble in the last couple years. (MEXICO)
    Blue Fox

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