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    York Chiller Password

    i need the password for york chiller: (service)passcode

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    C-A-L-L- A- P-R-O-.........

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    spell Y O R K on your phone keys ....................# # # #
    "when in doubt...jump it out" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1qEZHhJubY

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    sorry but New Guests do not have these privileges.
    It might get loud!

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    there is two, 9675 and 1380

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    1380 and 9675 do not work. Is there a different password?

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    what type of york chiller is it and what panel

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    YCWJ and Millennium Recip Chiller Panel.


    How do I get to the programming level? Maybe I'm doing something wrong?

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    Thank you very much.

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    Can be adjusted so that the head pressure? The machine was switched to a different refrigerant.

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    you can program the discharge pressure cutout and the discharge unload setpoint. you will still have the mechanical high pressure switch in the circuit. you can set the cutout for r-22 from 200-399psig and r134 128-275 psig the unload you should set 20-25 psi below the cutout setpoint. good luck my friend.

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    Do you have a manual about it. Perhaps for the panel?

    The change is from R22 to R422D. This refrigerant is not known to you. R22 is banned in Germany / Europe.

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