• ICM Controls ICM286 Furnace Control Board Replacement for Goodman PCBBF112S, B1809926S, 0130F00005S Control Boards
ICM Controls ICM286 Furnace Control Board Replacement for Goodman PCBBF112S, B1809926S, 0130F00005S Control Boards

ICM Controls ICM286 Furnace Control Board Replacement for Goodman PCBBF112S, B1809926S, 0130F00005S Control Boards

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  • Controls the gas valve, inducer draft motor, circulating blower and hot surface ignitor
  • Monitors system pressure and limit switches
  • Microprocessor based precision
  • Twinning compatible with another ICM286 Control Board
  • Diagnostic LEDs aid in testing and troubleshooting

Customer Reviews

Goodman GKS9 Furnace Back On with ICM286 Replacement Control Board I've a 11 year old Goodman GKS90453BXAB furnace in my attic and us running and stopping for last one month or so. When it wasn't running, there was 3 blinks - which means either Pressure Switch could be bad, Induction Blower motor could be bad or Circuit board could be an issue. Checked Pressure Switch & Induction Blower - they were fine, there was no voltage reading to Induction Blower indicating Circuit board issue. Funny thing is with little tap on the furnace body (to begin with) & then light pulling of various wires (which goes to Control board) it would start & run for a day or two and then stop. Eventually, figured out from a YouTube video that its a sign of bad control board & I I need to replace it. Found out this one, made in US, replaces PCBBF112S (even though OEM 50T55-289 - White Rodgers, made in Chaina, was available at a higher cost & no prime) with lesser cost & Prime shipping, ordered it immediately. Spent about 30 minutes to replace with this one & working like a charm. Just need to follow labels on the board & connect the wires accordingly. Please be aware that the ICM286 does swap the position of the HEAT and COOL taps from the original factory board, and the 12-pin harness orientation is different. Saved approx. $400 by this DIY approach. Thanks Amazon as always. 5Great replacement and saved me over $300 An average board replacement like this will run $300 for a part that cost under 50 dollars. Just make sure with your local supplier for heating and air that this part number is the correct one, the manufacturer part number. As far as installation goes all you will need to do is slowly unplug and replug wires in from the old unit to the new one. Be very careful with the plastic mounting pins on the back they break easily on the new and the old one. You should not need to use that much force at all to take them off and put them back on. My Heating & Air guy that came out told me that there may be some wires that do get changed depending on the type of thermostat you have I have a Honeywell and I did not need to change anything. It was a straight one-to-one unplug and replug job that took about 5 minutes. 5Better than New. This US built board exudes quality. Flawless workmanship combined with quality components and impeccable soldering this is a solid buy. Less expensive than the Chinese built OEM part. 5Fixed my HVAC. Good value. Fixed my HVAC. Good value. 5Literally plug and play This was exactly what the problem was on my furnace and it performed right out of the box.The instructions described the start up sequence to expect and it was literally plug and play.At no fault from another vendor I purchased the ICM280 by mistake and the vendor refunded my money as soon as I returned it.Make sure you confirm the part number you need from a heating and cooling professional before you buy. 5Made in the USA at half the cost of the Made in China OEM boards, great build quality, 100% form/fit/function replacement Update: 21 DEC 2016The ICM286 I installed in May failed last week due to water corrosion on relay K5 (gas valve relay). I spoke with ICM and they don't warranty water damage. However, we shared some notes and they now realize ICM286 is a replacement for White Rodgers 50A55-743. I mentioned how Goodman (or the installer for the furnace) placed the furnace board INSIDE the return plenum, mounted on the blower motor housing. That plenum had lots of signs of water condensation dripping on the housing, trickling down on the board from time to time. So I can't really ding the ICM286 for this issue, but I wish they used marine-grade components. The ICM286 does swap the position of the HEAT and COOL taps from the original factory board, and the 12-pin harness orientation is different. The Neutrals are spaced better as well. Overall, the ICM286 seems like a better design - it would benefit from additional conformal coating around the pins of the relay as extra insurance. I did relocate my new replacement White Rodgers board outside the plenum. I wanted to buy another ICM286, but they are out of stock for weeks at Amazon. They are available from online distributors though.Original Review:The ICM286 is a direct-fit replacement for Goodman boards PCBBF123 and PCBBF112 (or the S versions) as well as the Emerson White Rodgers 50A55-743. My Goodman furnace, GDS80403AN (Revision BB or GDS80403ANBB), suddenly stopped working one night. The fan wouldn't even turn on when controlled by the thermostat. There was no heat either. I had to troubleshoot it myself and found that the transformer and t-stat worked fine. The board LED didn't turn on, and I diagnosed it as the control board. Doing a quick search online, I found that White Rodgers / Emerson made a 50A55-743 board which turns out to be the original OEM board on the Goodman, and are made in China. Doing some digging, I found out PCBBF112S supersedes PCBBF123, and another search found that ICM makes the ICM286 which is a direct form/fit/function replacement for the PCBBF112S but at half the price, and the ICM286 is made in America. I even watched the video on ICM's website showing Americans manufacturing the ICM furnace boards in the US with American tooling.Once I received the ICM286, I noticed several design changes from the original PCBBF123/50A55-743 board. The ICM286 has the EAC (Electronic Air Cleaner) and HUM (Humidifier) connections, as well as the TWIN connection. My original Goodman didn't come with these features and the board just didn't have any hookups on the board. The ICM286 also uses a much brighter modern LED. The harness connection is rotated 90 degrees. There's a jumper that is moved across to select the heater fan delay between 90-200 seconds. The White Rodgers and Goodman boards defaulted to 150 seconds, but I switched my ICM286 to 120 seconds. The ICM286 used a lot more conformal coating to protect the integrated circuits.Overall: 5/5 stars, Made in the USA at half the cost of the Made in China OEM boards, great build quality, 100% form/fit/function replacement 5Excellent Control Card, but Rusted Burners Were the Real Problem. My 12 year old Goodman furnace GMS90703BXA sometime had a problem starting. Sometimes it would start on the first attempt, sometimes on the second, sometimes on the third, and sometimes it would fail to start and go into the lockout state. The single LED flash on the control board said it the problem was either the flame sensor or the pressure switches. The behavior when it failed was that the flames would come on, but only be on for 2 or 3 seconds and then the flames would go out because the control board told the gas valve to shut. So, I replaced the flame sensor, and both pressure switches. This did NOT fix the "fail to launch" problem. So, I ordered and installed this ICM286 control board. This board is of much better quality that the original it replaced, but the new control board did NOT fix the problem. Finally gave up and called an HVAC service guy. He tested the gas pressure and it was fine. Then, with the covers off, he fired up the furnace. One look at the burners and he said that was the problem. Apparently, the burner venturis rust after several years and this changes the diameter of the holes just enough to restrict the gas flow just enough so that the flame sensor sometimes didn't think the burner was on. After replacing all three burners, the furnace now starts the on the first attempt every time. Attached are pictures of one of the burners. The rust and corrosion can easily be seen. After watching the HVAC guy replace the burners, I now realize that I could have done that myself, if I had known the burners go bad. Hopefully, this will save someone the cost of calling out an HVAC guy when you can easily replace the rusted burners yourself. Since the new burners should last another 10 years and since the furnace is already 12 years old, I will not be replacing the burners next time. Next time I'll be replacing the whole furnace because it will have exhausted its service life. 5Not compatible with older Honeywell Thermostat It worked fine during summer when I was using central air conditioning. However, when I switched to 'Heat' last week, I started seeing 8 flashes. Manual that came with ICM286 stated that 'C' terminal needs to be grounded and/or thermostat is bad. My older Honeywell thermostat didn't have anything connected at the 'C' terminal, however, at the furnace control board 'C' terminal, I could verify connectivity to furnace chasis using multimeter. Replaced with a new 'Honeywell' thermostat and its manual specifically stated not to connect anything to its 'C' terminal. However, replacing the thermostat did resolve the problem. Looks like some compatibility issue with the older thermostat. 4Plug and Play clearly labeled board. I needed this to replace a white rodgers board that lasted a year. Only time will tell but here are some thoughts. There were some reviews criticizing the board because the heat and cool leads were switched and there were no instructions. I am happy to report that the board is labeled now and they have included instructions as well. This is a plug and play board and absolutely anyone can swap this board out it is that easy! Also, they have put a coating on the back I think to resist moisture and protect the board. I hope it lasts longer than my last one, time will tell. Save yourself the $400 dollars a technician would charge you and buy this board for $37! you can't go wrong. 5Quality build This control board remedied what I thought was a bad gas valve. Easy to install and the build quality felt stronger than the one I replaced. 5
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  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
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Description
  • Controls the gas valve, inducer draft motor, circulating blower and hot surface ignitor
  • Monitors system pressure and limit switches
  • Microprocessor based precision
  • Twinning compatible with another ICM286 Control Board
  • Diagnostic LEDs aid in testing and troubleshooting
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Goodman GKS9 Furnace Back On with ICM286 Replacement Control Board I've a 11 year old Goodman GKS90453BXAB furnace in my attic and us running and stopping for last one month or so. When it wasn't running, there was 3 blinks - which means either Pressure Switch could be bad, Induction Blower motor could be bad or Circuit board could be an issue. Checked Pressure Switch & Induction Blower - they were fine, there was no voltage reading to Induction Blower indicating Circuit board issue. Funny thing is with little tap on the furnace body (to begin with) & then light pulling of various wires (which goes to Control board) it would start & run for a day or two and then stop. Eventually, figured out from a YouTube video that its a sign of bad control board & I I need to replace it. Found out this one, made in US, replaces PCBBF112S (even though OEM 50T55-289 - White Rodgers, made in Chaina, was available at a higher cost & no prime) with lesser cost & Prime shipping, ordered it immediately. Spent about 30 minutes to replace with this one & working like a charm. Just need to follow labels on the board & connect the wires accordingly. Please be aware that the ICM286 does swap the position of the HEAT and COOL taps from the original factory board, and the 12-pin harness orientation is different. Saved approx. $400 by this DIY approach. Thanks Amazon as always. 5Great replacement and saved me over $300 An average board replacement like this will run $300 for a part that cost under 50 dollars. Just make sure with your local supplier for heating and air that this part number is the correct one, the manufacturer part number. As far as installation goes all you will need to do is slowly unplug and replug wires in from the old unit to the new one. Be very careful with the plastic mounting pins on the back they break easily on the new and the old one. You should not need to use that much force at all to take them off and put them back on. My Heating & Air guy that came out told me that there may be some wires that do get changed depending on the type of thermostat you have I have a Honeywell and I did not need to change anything. It was a straight one-to-one unplug and replug job that took about 5 minutes. 5Better than New. This US built board exudes quality. Flawless workmanship combined with quality components and impeccable soldering this is a solid buy. Less expensive than the Chinese built OEM part. 5Fixed my HVAC. Good value. Fixed my HVAC. Good value. 5Literally plug and play This was exactly what the problem was on my furnace and it performed right out of the box.The instructions described the start up sequence to expect and it was literally plug and play.At no fault from another vendor I purchased the ICM280 by mistake and the vendor refunded my money as soon as I returned it.Make sure you confirm the part number you need from a heating and cooling professional before you buy. 5Made in the USA at half the cost of the Made in China OEM boards, great build quality, 100% form/fit/function replacement Update: 21 DEC 2016The ICM286 I installed in May failed last week due to water corrosion on relay K5 (gas valve relay). I spoke with ICM and they don't warranty water damage. However, we shared some notes and they now realize ICM286 is a replacement for White Rodgers 50A55-743. I mentioned how Goodman (or the installer for the furnace) placed the furnace board INSIDE the return plenum, mounted on the blower motor housing. That plenum had lots of signs of water condensation dripping on the housing, trickling down on the board from time to time. So I can't really ding the ICM286 for this issue, but I wish they used marine-grade components. The ICM286 does swap the position of the HEAT and COOL taps from the original factory board, and the 12-pin harness orientation is different. The Neutrals are spaced better as well. Overall, the ICM286 seems like a better design - it would benefit from additional conformal coating around the pins of the relay as extra insurance. I did relocate my new replacement White Rodgers board outside the plenum. I wanted to buy another ICM286, but they are out of stock for weeks at Amazon. They are available from online distributors though.Original Review:The ICM286 is a direct-fit replacement for Goodman boards PCBBF123 and PCBBF112 (or the S versions) as well as the Emerson White Rodgers 50A55-743. My Goodman furnace, GDS80403AN (Revision BB or GDS80403ANBB), suddenly stopped working one night. The fan wouldn't even turn on when controlled by the thermostat. There was no heat either. I had to troubleshoot it myself and found that the transformer and t-stat worked fine. The board LED didn't turn on, and I diagnosed it as the control board. Doing a quick search online, I found that White Rodgers / Emerson made a 50A55-743 board which turns out to be the original OEM board on the Goodman, and are made in China. Doing some digging, I found out PCBBF112S supersedes PCBBF123, and another search found that ICM makes the ICM286 which is a direct form/fit/function replacement for the PCBBF112S but at half the price, and the ICM286 is made in America. I even watched the video on ICM's website showing Americans manufacturing the ICM furnace boards in the US with American tooling.Once I received the ICM286, I noticed several design changes from the original PCBBF123/50A55-743 board. The ICM286 has the EAC (Electronic Air Cleaner) and HUM (Humidifier) connections, as well as the TWIN connection. My original Goodman didn't come with these features and the board just didn't have any hookups on the board. The ICM286 also uses a much brighter modern LED. The harness connection is rotated 90 degrees. There's a jumper that is moved across to select the heater fan delay between 90-200 seconds. The White Rodgers and Goodman boards defaulted to 150 seconds, but I switched my ICM286 to 120 seconds. The ICM286 used a lot more conformal coating to protect the integrated circuits.Overall: 5/5 stars, Made in the USA at half the cost of the Made in China OEM boards, great build quality, 100% form/fit/function replacement 5Excellent Control Card, but Rusted Burners Were the Real Problem. My 12 year old Goodman furnace GMS90703BXA sometime had a problem starting. Sometimes it would start on the first attempt, sometimes on the second, sometimes on the third, and sometimes it would fail to start and go into the lockout state. The single LED flash on the control board said it the problem was either the flame sensor or the pressure switches. The behavior when it failed was that the flames would come on, but only be on for 2 or 3 seconds and then the flames would go out because the control board told the gas valve to shut. So, I replaced the flame sensor, and both pressure switches. This did NOT fix the "fail to launch" problem. So, I ordered and installed this ICM286 control board. This board is of much better quality that the original it replaced, but the new control board did NOT fix the problem. Finally gave up and called an HVAC service guy. He tested the gas pressure and it was fine. Then, with the covers off, he fired up the furnace. One look at the burners and he said that was the problem. Apparently, the burner venturis rust after several years and this changes the diameter of the holes just enough to restrict the gas flow just enough so that the flame sensor sometimes didn't think the burner was on. After replacing all three burners, the furnace now starts the on the first attempt every time. Attached are pictures of one of the burners. The rust and corrosion can easily be seen. After watching the HVAC guy replace the burners, I now realize that I could have done that myself, if I had known the burners go bad. Hopefully, this will save someone the cost of calling out an HVAC guy when you can easily replace the rusted burners yourself. Since the new burners should last another 10 years and since the furnace is already 12 years old, I will not be replacing the burners next time. Next time I'll be replacing the whole furnace because it will have exhausted its service life. 5Not compatible with older Honeywell Thermostat It worked fine during summer when I was using central air conditioning. However, when I switched to 'Heat' last week, I started seeing 8 flashes. Manual that came with ICM286 stated that 'C' terminal needs to be grounded and/or thermostat is bad. My older Honeywell thermostat didn't have anything connected at the 'C' terminal, however, at the furnace control board 'C' terminal, I could verify connectivity to furnace chasis using multimeter. Replaced with a new 'Honeywell' thermostat and its manual specifically stated not to connect anything to its 'C' terminal. However, replacing the thermostat did resolve the problem. Looks like some compatibility issue with the older thermostat. 4Plug and Play clearly labeled board. I needed this to replace a white rodgers board that lasted a year. Only time will tell but here are some thoughts. There were some reviews criticizing the board because the heat and cool leads were switched and there were no instructions. I am happy to report that the board is labeled now and they have included instructions as well. This is a plug and play board and absolutely anyone can swap this board out it is that easy! Also, they have put a coating on the back I think to resist moisture and protect the board. I hope it lasts longer than my last one, time will tell. Save yourself the $400 dollars a technician would charge you and buy this board for $37! you can't go wrong. 5Quality build This control board remedied what I thought was a bad gas valve. Easy to install and the build quality felt stronger than the one I replaced. 5
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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