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    York D1SS240G40017HPB

    Does anyone have schematic for this unit.. I was working on it today and I had 24 volts and a call for heat . the unit was dead in the water . I could not activate the fan by jumping r-g. Or jumping r-w for heat.... Is there a safety or switch that would lock out the unit.

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    Might be a smoke detector.

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    It was not a smoke detector...

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    All I have is the Tech Guide for the D1SS240, which has some basic control wiring info in it (no schematic), and the Install manual for the D1SS120 which also has no wiring info in it, but some basic operation info.

    I do have wiring diagrams for the D1EE/EG and D1SC models if you think they might be similar enough. I'm not at all familiar with these units.

    If you want one of these, send me an email (address is in my profile), and I will get it off to you.

    Always post these kind of manual / technical info requests in the "PRO" forums, or put an email address in your profile, to receive the fastest service.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmiles View Post
    Does anyone have schematic for this unit.. I was working on it today and I had 24 volts and a call for heat . the unit was dead in the water . I could not activate the fan by jumping r-g. Or jumping r-w for heat.... Is there a safety or switch that would lock out the unit.
    Maybe I'm missing something.

    You said you had 24 volts, AND a call for heat, right? So, that would be 24 volts measured from Common to the R terminal, and also from Common to the W terminal. In heating, the unit controls the fan.

    What work were you doing on the unit that brought about this discovery?
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    IMHO heating problems like this are pretty basic trouble shooting...a meter and manometer should answer the question, even without a diagram there is only so many things it could be... not trying to be an a$$hole, just sayin

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    I appologise if that came out the wrong way, ive had a couple beers, and im not farmiliar with this unit, but i find most basic heating issues can be diagnosed in no more than 10 min... mabey im missing somthing

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    I appologise if that came out the wrong way, ive had a couple beers, and im not farmiliar with this unit, but i find most basic heating issues can be diagnosed in no more than 10 min... mabey im missing somthing

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    Oops, dbl post, can admin remove one plz

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolerik View Post
    Oops, dbl post, can admin remove one plz
    I think these are the old york sunshine series ,the panels all interlock on each other ,is the condenser fan grill on top and its along rectangular grill. Is this electric heat ,had some of these at a mall. I got a wiring diagram from my york dealer by getting information on compresssor and if this has a circuit board ,the york part numberd from board ,I hope this helps .Send picture of Rtu

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    Sunshine, or sunline?. Ive never heard of sunshine series....

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    Quote Originally Posted by emtim View Post
    I think these are the old york sunshine series ,
    http://youtu.be/rc2jsjnt-HY
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