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  1. #1
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    I dont know if anyone has a service manual to the York Triathlon, I know this one is a little more difficult to get and the Amana HTM. These are some hard ones to find, and probably some of the more difficult to work on.

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    I am just guessing here but I'll bet that York has one avaliable on their web site and Amana would probably have one for their unit also

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    If you need additional help on the tri, I think you'll find that dice has experence with them.
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  4. #4
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    If I did not throw them away, I have Triathlon manuals & the analyzer. Didn't know there were still any Triathlons still out there.
    Work is for people who don't know how to fish.

  5. #5
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    Smile

    I had one. Didn't like it. I was a York dealer at the time. York sent me a 12 seer a/c and 90% 2 stage furnace and lp kit to replace it. I should say my York rep arranged that for me. Ever change a spark plug on your home heating system in the middle of winter? These were almost as good of an idea as Lennox Pulse.

  6. #6
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    Do any of you have it like in a Adobe reader format?

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    Originally posted by youngoldtech
    Do any of you have it like in a Adobe reader format?
    The Triathlon was a gas driven compressor technology before it's time...

    I am certian the replacement program that existed is long over, York settle a class action and was providing replacement systems long ago.

    Some where I do have some information and will do my best to get it posted for you.

    When they worked they worked... Probably the most efficent HeatPump ever built todate!
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  8. #8
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    Yah I think that the Triathlon was the most innovative system built, it will be brought out again Im sure. But I loved it, the program for replacing them ended in Dec. of 04. It was definatly one of the most difficult things to troubleshoot, but I want the service manual because Im sure they will be brought out again, new and improved.

  9. #9
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    Triathlon

    You are right on both counts. They were most certainly innovative & difficult to troubleshoot. York has a tough enough time with scorched air & A/C, why they thought they could build a boier & incorporate it into a heat pump is beyond me.
    Work is for people who don't know how to fish.

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