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  1. #1
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    Thumbs up Help! with Concord 80+ gas furnace

    ( Scratchin' my head )


    Air-conditioning unit = outside Type: Goodman
    Furnace = in attic = Model: RGU80, RGH80, RGC80 per Manual
    Part No. 42457E097

    Furnace: Concord 80+ gas furnace
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    Air-conditioning worked fine, then stopped. Noticed
    that the ( t-stat ) was off, ( no LED )

    (t-state requires no battery's)

    Checked all circuite brakers, and actually swapped out the
    braker for the airconditioning unit at electrical panel.

    ( still no power to (t-stat) ) checked (t-stat) w/volt meter no power

    Next: checked all circuites with volt meter, everything has power.

    Checked power connection at furnace, and air-conditioning unit
    all show power going to units.

    ( Circuites are not tripping )

    Took off service panel of Concord 80+ furnace,
    (troubleshooting lights ( slowly flashing green in unisen )

    From the looks of it looks like the problem
    is from the furnace to the t-stat. ( no power from furance to t-stat)

    Looked for circuit braker on ( furnace control board ) and found
    none. actually looked all over furance for circuit breaker ( type found in car )
    and found nothing.

    ( please email me if you have information that could help )

    No email addresses in post

    Is there a reset on the furnace ?

    Any help is much appreciated.

    J in Cali.
    Last edited by beenthere; 09-16-2009 at 01:00 PM. Reason: Removed email address

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    Call your local HVAC service contractor.

    Sorry, this is not a DIY site. So we are not allowed to give out DIY advise.

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