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    i need the password for york chiller: (service)passcode

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    Good luck......
    All my leon freaked out!

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    Try 9675
    is this really happening or not

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    If you type york on your cell phone key pad you get (see double bubble' answer)

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    What are you trying to do?

    There is more than one password, 9675 has limited clearance, the other one is a service password that can allow someone to really foul things up if certain things are manipulated.
    I don't believe most guys on here are going to give that one out to just anyone, if I give it to you I will only do it by e-mail.
    Tell us a little bit more about what you do, your experience level & what you are trying to do, you may be able to do it without that password.
    Don't take offense, we just need to be responsible with some information.
    I'm doing a teardown on a machine right now that could have been the result of end user error or a true blue malfunction, the jury is still out but either way its a costly repair.
    All my leon freaked out!

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    here ya go:

    I don't believe in this secret squirrel stuff.

    1380 is what you are looking for.

    Just be sure what you're doing, or have the checkbook handy.

    God Bless the USA

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    WoW!!!

    I don't believe in secret squirrel stuff either.

    I just wanted to make sure I wasn't giving the password to the night janitor, the sprinkler repairman or better yet, some kid at a highschool that has figured out how to get in the mechanical room & fool around with some stuff.

    Call me paranoid but I actually had exactly that happen once.
    For whatever reason they thought the steam coming out of the cooling towers was really cool.
    They didn't know exactly how to make it happen but they tried several things & they ended up leaving the tower fans in hand & it got cold.
    The operator (who only knew a little bit more than the teenagers involved) called & said the chiller was icing up, I thought "yeah right".
    On arrival I found frost all the way to second stage casing on a CVHE.
    For some reason the chiller didn't respond well to 38* entering cond water.

    To each his own...
    All my leon freaked out!

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    cmon guys, it is obvious by his number of posts and profile that he should ber given clearance to that machine. After all we all know that the york guys didnt give it to him only because they were trying to protect their jobs. i mean after all who do thety think they are, these machines are smartwer than they are. (note: above statement is for entertainment purposes only).

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    I know that what you said was for entertainment purposes.

    I'm not sure what your point was but for the record I don't work for York (a JCI company) or any other OEM, I never have, I've worked for independents my whole career.
    All my leon freaked out!

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    York is an evil entity. Condemn all York Chillers

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    Hello and good day,

    I need urgently to York Chiller password to set the parameters for the high pressure area to change. If my English is not so good, I use the excuse. I write with a Google translator, and come from Germany.
    The machine was upgraded from R22 to R422D. My passwords 9675 and 1380 do not work. You would greatly help me, thank you!

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    this may help before entering the password you must hit the checkmark key

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