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Re: Goodman furnace doesn't stay lit
Got home last night and noticed that the original sequence of events were happening AGAIN. So I decided to check the vacuum lines to the switches again. I didn't like the 'just enough' length of them, so I went up to the local auto parts store and got a few more inches of tubing. The new tube has no stress and possibly a better connection at the switches.
This morning the air in the ducts seemed chilly, but then again it was 22F out and it had just turned on about 10mins prior to give me a little heat. I went to the thermostat and shut the system off for about a min, turned it back on and definitely warm air was coming out.
I'm thinking the system just doesn't like running thru a 'normal' cycle without erroring out, but runs like a champ after a reset. Sure hope the new parts come soon and I don't have to do this ritual every morning...