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  1. #1
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    Opinions appreciated on York system w/ model #'s

    AC...YCJF42S41S1
    Coil...YE50160E210ADP
    Furnace...YP9C080C16MP11

    If I am looking @ York website right, the AC & Coil are the LX series & the Furnace is the Affinity series. Is this correct? If so, will that work?

    Contractor was of the opinion that this set-up offered more bang-for-the-buck than the extra $ the Affinity AC & Coil would cost.

    If u were putting this system n ur home would u spend the extra $ on the Affinity AC & Coil?

    Any input much appreciated

    Thank you

  2. #2
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    If you want great comfort in the winter, and just cooling in the summer. That set up is ok.

    If you want great comfort in teh summer also, the Affinity 2 stage is better.
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  3. #3
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    You might want to ask for an Aspen evaporator coil to bring up the total system SEER ratings of any a/c system that you pick. They are rated higher and the corresponding AHRI ratings are higher.

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