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Goodman furnace error lights

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Goodman furnace error lights

Goodman’s model numbers start with “NG” or “NM.” The “NG” models have a self-diagnostic error code light. The “NM” models are more energy efficient and do not have an error code light.

There are two types of Goodman furnaces – NG and NM. The NG models have a self-diagnostic error code light, and the NM models are more energy efficient and do not have an error code light.

Goodman is a reputable company, and furnace error lights are not a common problem. If you have Goodman furnace error lights, it might be time to call for professional help.

If your furnace has Goodman parts, the problem could be with the control board—an issue with the sensor sending an incorrect input to the board.

The good news is that this problem is easy to repair and can be fixed by replacing the faulty sensor or installing an additional one.

There’s also a chance of an issue with your thermostat—it may tell your furnace that it needs to turn on when it doesn’t need to or vice versa. To find out what this could be all about, contact a professional who can diagnose and repair these problems for you.

The Goodman furnace error lights are designed to alert you of any potential ongoing problems within your furnace. Here is what the various color lights indicate.

The Goodman furnace error lights are designed to alert you of any potential ongoing problems within your furnace. These lights will only be on when there is an issue with the power or a sensor in your heating system. The different color and numbers of these lights highlight what type of problem is occurring and what you need to do next.

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