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  1. #1
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    Need some help central air stopped working

    I had a goodman central unit installed about 3 months ago. I can not get a hold of the guy that installed it. Its stopped working. The thermostat clicks but neither blower or commperssor does anything. Checked all of the breakers. Checked blower unit for power and outside unit both have power.

    What could i check next? Any help would be great!

    Thanks
    Scott

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    Did you check the filter. Why cant you get a hold of the guy who installed it. Most companies have an on call guy all the time?

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    check the yellow pages

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    Since none of us are allowed to supply technical advice outside of our "pro" forum, your best bet is to call another local contractor for help.
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    that's the lifespan of a Gooman......



















    ..call for service.

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    Wow I wish I was where you are. It's been 2 months sense I've seen 60º temperatures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinner73 View Post
    that's the lifespan of a Gooman......



















    ..call for service.
    Forget it, the guy left town with his dough.
    Gooman..........













    what a..........



































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    mess.

    Hey cockroach, don't bug me!

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    There is a hidden reset. I know where it is. I paid to find it. Mine tripped for a reason. Glad I did.

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