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    York wiring diagrams?

    Do we have any wiring diagrams for York RTU's stored here for our use?

    If not, maybe we should consider a diagram storage area.
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    Many manufacturers don't want their info on someone else's web site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by otto View Post
    Many manufacturers don't want their info on someone else's web site.
    I suppose the corollary to that attitude would mean they don't want technicians recommending their equipment, as well.
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    Get their CDs.
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    BEENTHERE is correct. I stopped by the YORK supplier and they will give you all the information you want on new equipment. Older unit - you need to call their tech support and they will e-mail you anything you need.

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    So, get a laptop and an LT-XL Veto Pro Pac. All the diagrams you'll ever need.
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    LOL!

    I have the XL, but I'd like the laptop version.

    Sure, I can get a CD, but it kind of galls me that I can't simply go to a JCI site and get what I need. After all, I can find virtually ALL of the Carrier stuff I need, without even using a password!

    One would think this difference would occur to the JCI people.
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