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    York Air handler Help

    Hi Everyone,
    i'm new here. So, Please excuse me if I'm posting in the wrong area..
    I work for a distributor, but not York. I am looking for the Johnson Control part number or ANY part number off the control board for this unit Model # N2AHD10A06D. York is telling the contractor the board is no longer available and they need to purchase a new system.
    I know I can cross this over for him if I can get the manufactures or even York's part number off the board. I do not have access to upgnet any more, or I would try there. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I'm just trying to help my customer get these people some heat.
    It would make it real easy if the contractor could go back to the customer, But it's over an hour away.
    Thanks Again!

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    Yeah, all it has is a 24v blower relay and a blower. Most likely has a sequencer or two for the heat kit and a terminal block. No control boards on that unit.

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