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  1. #27
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    Nevermind, sorry guys....didn't quite see the post about it being the variable orifice motor. Maybe next time...

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    I had same problem. High oil temp when running below 40% load, unit would shut down 180 deg. plus. We found Refrigerant level control turned off. After all this work to find problem, it was something simple.

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    York's don't leak oil they MARK their spot

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    Quote Originally Posted by frick View Post
    York's don't leak oil they MARK their spot
    You went back 5 years to tell us that ? Thanks man
    If you dont stand behind our troops, please feel free...........to stand in front of them.

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    I work at a facility that only specs YORK ( over 80 chillers on site from 40 up to 1500 ton ) ! Most CRITICAL APPLICATIONS that I have seen are YORK . NEVER seen anything on a ship that wasn't a YORK or FRICK !

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    Whats also great about York is parts availability, unlike Trane they will sell you any chiller part,tool,software etc. no need for secret handshake, all they want is $$$$, York also has more technical info on their website than any other chiller manufacturer.
    There is not better place for the working men than the union! 100% UA the only HVAC union!

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