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Mwahahaha~ Awesome one XD
you have lunch yet?
It's 12:45am here~ time to get bed
Have a nice day, frank....=]
with only the nickname shown, i don't think i know who's CAN
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section22A - Page 165
Agree.... totally, absolutely, utterly...
there are just too many reasons caused the chiller surging.
System got air in
Read these... so just don't care....
Try re-calibrating it.... go "Compressor" page with Service Level
oh~ then it doesn't matter with the LED, i think you just have to check the sensors...
boot-up is ..... no any graphic's showing in the panel, but a white screen and texts --- like
It's a Boot-up Fail LED. it keeps flashing if any step of the "boot-up sequence" fails , how many of it is flashing, shows which step goes wrong.
it illuminates or extinguishes when boot-up...
5/8" (inner size I mean, and the brushes we use), so, 3/4" Ti , Cu, or CuNi tubes~ 100% for York Water cooled chillers. (btw I'm not a sales guy :D)
I think that's not a York's product.
In the "YK field" I've been working for almost 6yrs. and have never seen that thing.
We just put Loctite 554 on transducers' and some valves' threads.
Yer. Think so.
does your machine have sth like "pump down solenoid" or any valves before the compressor suction
just check if it's closed or unenergized.
Are you looking for these?
Yes, ribbon cable error may cause the display keep turning on and off.
but sorry, i dun think it can happen sth just like "Control Power Failure".
"Power Failure" just could be...
I really WANTED to know that, because we are not doing something just like repairing, startup or maintenance, but like cannibalization stuff. (relocat a compressor or control panel from A...
HEY~that means you have one machine's Admin password for just one day? if so, how would you like to exchange with me? maybe we can figure it out.:eek:
if you have interest, please email me....
Randy S. >>
Yes. Admin Almighty can "Clear Surge Count". Unfortunately only admin can do that.
For more details, search "Admin" in Operation Manual 160.54-O1
Sounds quite right, but...
does anyone know sth about the password of the "admin" level? how to calculate it. it's changing everyday. so, i think it must be related with the DATE..........and something else?