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My pressure switch failed after 1.5 yrs. Is this covered by Warranty? If so, what is process?

Post created: 2013-03-09 Type of Equipment: Furnace Views: 418

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Pressure switch stuck open. Needs replacement

On 2013-03-09 JB wrote:

The warranty for this model is ten years on parts, etc. and lifetime of the furnace for the heat exchanger. This comes with a rather large caveat. You must have registered the product with Goodman within 60 days of the unit being installed. If you didn't register it with Goodman within the original 60 days then the warranty on the heat exchanger is 20 years and everything else is five years.

To act on the warranty you must do the following taken from a warranty for this model I found here http://www.goodmanmfg.com/Portals/0/pdf/Warranties/PWCFURN.pdf:

"As its only responsibility, and your only remedy, Goodman will furnish (i)

a replacement part, without charge for the part only, to replace any part

that is found to be defective due to workmanship or materials under

normal use and maintenance, or (ii) for a heat exchanger that is covered

by the lifetime warranty and that fails in the first 10 years, a new, equivalent

furnace. For warranty credit, the defective part must be returned to a

Goodman heating and air conditioning products distributor by a state

certified or licensed contractor."

For more information and to find out more precisely if you are covered I would give Goodman a call.

Hope this helps.

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