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    York Chiller Flow Switch

    Good day guys. I am having issues with my water flow switch, the problem is I cannot find a replacement part since there is no item number visible and the york manual does not have the swtich as parts number. If any can recognize the type, model or a possible seller please let me know.

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  2. #2
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    It is a dp switch. I would replace it with a IFM. If you want to stay with dp switch you can get those any number of places

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    Tank you for the info

    Quote Originally Posted by JEF1980 View Post
    It is a dp switch. I would replace it with a IFM. If you want to stay with dp switch you can get those any number of places

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    Thank you very much

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    Can someone recommend one? I just cant seem to find any on ebay.

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    http://www.pretempco.com/html/products.html
    These are what York uses from factory. Just have to know what DP is supposed to be. I usually install 20 or 40 paid as replacements.

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    JCI/york manufactures very few parts. They assemble parts from third party vendors into a component where they attach their part numbers for resale.

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    I would upgrade to an IFM flow sensor. Im not a fan of DP switches. Too many issues (relays corrode, multiple leak points, pipe clogs, etc). Look into the IFM flow sensor kit.

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    I also agree with the IFM sensors as a replacement different options to choose from just remember these are wet sensors.
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