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  1. #1

    York warning help

    I have a York chiller with a warning eroor on the screen-
    CONDENSER OR
    EVAPORATOR
    XDER ERROR-

    Chiller info.
    YORK CHILLER
    MODEL# YTGOAIB-CGJ
    SERIAL# 035-16287000

    What is this warning? No specifics listed that I can find?

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    Are you sure that's exactly what it says?

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    Haven't seen that error before but thats probably not suprising!

    I think you will find your listed S# is the part# for your control cabinet!

    Some of the Yorkies here may have seen your problem before.
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    Check your press. transducers with chiller off if possible to see if one is reading out of wack. If not possible, check them with a gauge. I have seen evap. press. transducer or probe error but this warning is usually noncondensibles, making the approach negative.

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    yes

    Yes, exactly what is says.

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    Are you sure it's not reading something like "Evaporator transducer or probe error"?

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    Noncondensibles, most likely.
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