e1 error code on Goodman furnace

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e1 error code on Goodman furnace

The e1 error code usually means the unit is overheating and needs to cool down before being used again. This is because it was running too long without restarting or the unit was reset too many times.

This error code can also be caused by a dirty air filter, clogged condensate drain line, or a malfunctioning control board. If you have any of these problems in your unit, it will need to be repaired before it can be used again.

The e1 error code is a serious problem because it indicates that the furnace has not reached temperature or is receiving an incorrect signal. This can be caused by a number of different reasons such as a dirty sensor, bad sensor, power outage, loose wire, or high voltage. If not treated right away it could lead to an unsafe working condition.

Having a Goodman furnace installed in their home may seem like an appealing choice for many homeowners. However, there are some models which have been known to give off e1 error errors- which can often be incredibly frustrating and unsafe.

The e1 error code on Goodman furnace is an indication that the motor or starter board has failed, and needs to be replaced. The error usually happens when the furnace is in operation for a long time, exceeding the timer limit and/or if the temperature of air passing through the furnace is too low.

Here are some steps you can take to fix this problem:

Turn off your breaker and wait for 10 minutes before turning it on again

Use a vacuum cleaner to clean all dirt and dust inside your furnace

Check if there’s any loose wires in your house


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