To repair a Goodman gas furnace, check the fuses and circuit breakers, clear the debris from the filter and clean the flame sensor. Other potential repairs include removing blockages from the flue and switch hose, adjust... More »

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A gas furnace that does not start sometimes requires relighting the pilot light. After waiting a few minutes for fumes to clear the area, the owner can turn the dial to pilot, press the red button, and light the pilot. H... More »

To repair Lennox gas furnace parts, first determine the specific issue, and then replace or clean the failing part. Common problems with Lennox gas furnaces include incorrectly set thermostats, gas supply problems, fault... More »

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To clean a furnace, vacuum off the burners, and then get the debris off other important components, including the blower, flame sensor, surface igniters and pilot. Change the furnace filter to keep your furnace operating... More »

To repair Goodman furnace parts, first identify the actual problem, and then replace or clean the malfunctioning component. Common problems with Goodman furnaces include defective draft inducer motors, faulty pressure sw... More »

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Goodman gas furnace parts include burner tubes, gas tubes, gas valve assemblies, pilots and heat exchangers. These parts may be available as aftermarket parts or included in the product delivered to the customer. More »

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An 80,000 BTU Goodman gas furnace at 90 percent efficiency has an average base price of $695, as of 2015. Equivalent furnaces from other manufacturers range from $680 to $1,410, with an average of $1,215. Goodman is at t... More »

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