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    York Screw

    gotta get this thing online this weekend... anyone know for sure if York "s" is the replacement for York "g" oil? shop claims it is, but i thought i'd ask the field. machine is a YSDCDBS3, R-22. the smaller machines use "c" oil. S3 and larger use "g" according to the literature i have onsite. also if i jump out the oil float on this thing, are there any other safeties that will knock me down if i don't get my oil back? thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullgear420 View Post
    gotta get this thing online this weekend... anyone know for sure if York "s" is the replacement for York "g" oil? shop claims it is, but i thought i'd ask the field. machine is a YSDCDBS3, R-22. the smaller machines use "c" oil. S3 and larger use "g" according to the literature i have onsite. also if i jump out the oil float on this thing, are there any other safeties that will knock me down if i don't get my oil back? thanks!
    "S" oil is the replacement of "G".

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    Use ''S"' oil. York has been thru multiple oils on these screws. ''C'', ''G'', ''S'', ''P'', and ''P'' light.
    Your poor planning does not constitute an emergency on my part!!!!

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