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  1. #1
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    Confused history on optiview

    Hello, friends I greet them from Venezuela and I ask them for help to me with, steps to follow to clear history record of faults in the control chiller's Optiview York ys

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    You need admin password

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    Quote Originally Posted by JEF1980 View Post
    You need admin password

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    Hi Jef1980,please I'm sorry, it's my first post and for the urgency that I have jump to me some points on the rigth way of publishing it, I do not understand well on the admin password , please , I thank it a lot for his help with this subject.
    Thanks in advance.

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    It's a special password to reset the history why do you want to reset the history

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    Quote Originally Posted by JEF1980 View Post
    It's a special password to reset the history why do you want to reset the history

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    It's because I believe than this memory saturated for a lot of records ,and now it does not allow initiating the start. Show this message" Motor Controller contacs open". I have checked CM -2 and this ok.

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    History will not keep the chiller from starting. There is something in starter that is open. Check your wiring diagram, it’s not the CM-2 board.


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    What is your actual fault on the screen

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