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    Chillers

    Trane RTA chillers,latch fault,exv boards replaced,? Is the new board pins different from older olds??

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    Moved to Chiller forum.
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    You are saying that you replaced the boards, did you also change the Ex's ?
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    Did you upgrade to the new style EXV's and board???

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    Yes, pinout is totally different.
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    Quote Originally Posted by acjourneyman View Post
    Yes, pinout is totally different.
    That depends on whether he upgraded to the new style EXV's & board or if he just replaced the board with the old style EXV's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R123 View Post
    That depends on whether he upgraded to the new style EXV's & board or if he just replaced the board with the old style EXV's.
    True, never seen a board fail though without an exv causing it. I do have an old board if he needs one.
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    Thanks for the support,after several attempts to contact trane I found out they sent me the wrong board!

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