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  1. #27
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    I may be wrong about this but Carrier offices cannot get their parts direct from RCD in the states. They must go thru a licensed distributor . That might be the disconnect that you are getting .

    I meant to say Canadian carrier offices not the ones in the states.
    Last edited by Dallas Duster; 03-12-2013 at 12:07 AM.

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    unless something has changed in the last couple of months they can, at least here they do. not really sure why the probs. I'm going to look into in the morn out of curiosity sake.

  3. #29
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    You can still have them programed if they are still programable, or you can still purchase them i received one about 3 weeks ago for a 23XL. It had different software loaded on it just had to do some wiring changes.

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    Sure you could. I have done it for customers.The problem is obtaining the configurations , especially if the surge configs got changed and nobody wrote them down . I have done alot of these upgrades and it does make the machine more reliable. Sometimes putting a battery in and reprogramming doesnt fix the problem . I had a battery leak out on one and a bad output on another .Both of those the psio had to be removed and shipped out . A week later it came back.Problem is alot of customers cant afford to have any down time.

  5. #31
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    just scraped a chiller, so now I have two psio if anybody needs one. I'll let it go for a smidge under rcd price heck I'll even program it for ya.

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    19XL Centrifugal Chiller

    Good morning, sehores,
    I write from Brazil, city of Rio de Janeiro,
    We have 3 chiller 19XL R-22-300 TR installed in our plant, CARRIER claims to have no more spare parts, mainly for the PSIO modules and the LID panel that is off. The lords in America have successfully retrofitted the PSIO modules and LID panel? What do they suggest?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcello Leite View Post
    Good morning, sehores,
    I write from Brazil, city of Rio de Janeiro,
    We have 3 chiller 19XL R-22-300 TR installed in our plant, CARRIER claims to have no more spare parts, mainly for the PSIO modules and the LID panel that is off. The lords in America have successfully retrofitted the PSIO modules and LID panel? What do they suggest?
    Retrofit these 19XL to 32XR control system.
    Can

  8. #34
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    I have done several PIC2 upgrades on the 19xl. I would call your local carrier office to get this done. Yes replacement is the long term solution , but that’s your call. Once the new controls are installed parts shouldn’t be a problem. You would get a new guide vane actuator along with the PIC upgrade as well.

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    This is true along with battery leakage .

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    Your question is machine " obsolecence " is the machine or the on board controls the question ? What are the hours on the the compressor ? Has there been a bearing inspection or high speed assembly replacement ? What does the eddy current report state about tube integrity ?

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    7 to 10 days 40k 45 k hmmmm

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