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Pressure Switch

Goodman Pressure Switches

The Goodman pressure switch is a crucial safety component in Goodman HVAC systems. This switch ensures that there's proper airflow within the furnace or air handler before allowing the ignition sequence to proceed. It acts as a safeguard against potentially dangerous conditions like inadequate ventilation or blocked flues, which could lead to harmful gas buildup. When the furnace starts up, the pressure switch detects if the draft inducer motor is running and that air is being properly vented. If these conditions aren't met, the pressure switch prevents the furnace from operating, thus protecting the system and occupants from hazards. This reliable device plays a vital role in maintaining the efficient and safe operation of Goodman furnaces, enhancing overall performance.

FAQs

What is a Goodman furnace pressure switch?

The Goodman furnace pressure switch is a safety component that verifies and maintains proper airflow within the system. It detects if the draft inducer motor is running, allowing safe furnace ignition and operation. 

When Should I Replace the Goodman Pressure Switch?

Replace the pressure switch if your furnace fails to start due to pressure-related issues or if it's diagnosed as faulty by a professional HVAC technician.

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