The York LX is a split-system air conditioner available in two models, the YCJF and the YCJD. The YCJF is a single phase, Energy Star certified unit with an efficiency of 14.5 SEER, while the YCJD is available as both a single phase and a three phase and has an efficiency of 13 SEER. The LX has a capacity of 1.5 — 5 tons and features a compact design with a MicroChannel coil to save space. An enclosed, permanently lubricated fan motor provides quiet operation and low maintenance. The LX uses R-410A refrigerant.
The company (Father Nature, San Antonio, Texas) was excellent! Best experience ever. Would highly recommend product and installation company.
San Antonio, TX
I made a very big mistake by choosing York air conditioner. I was told by many people that York AC is very, very poor quality. My contractor installed the AC and it didn't work from the beginning. It did not make any cooling air. My contractor came twice to try to fix it but no success. I asked my contractor to change the unit but that didn't do it. This is very, very strange. The AC unit didn't work from the very beginning. How bad it is! Do not ever buy York anything. They are really bad; not just bad, really bad.
"Good old brand that's trusted"
Had this brand for the last 15 years. It seems to be well known and is a trusted brand.
"New York AC to replace 22 year old York"
Replaced 22-year-old York gas furnace/AC with new York gas furnace/AC central unit. Very satisfied with old York unit which lasted 22 years. Expect similar performance from the new York unit. New unit seems even quieter than the old unit, performs great. Keeps house very comfortable. Keeps the humidity under control which is very important in gulf coast Mississippi.
"Not as promised"
Unit is no better cooling my house than the old unit was. It may use less electricity but cooling issue still remains. Have to turn it up to sometimes 80 or it keeps running. Don't know if the unit is not working right or is just too small. It was supposed to be the appropriate size for my house!
In a comparison on gardenweb.com between the York LX and a similar Carrier model, a contributor stated that the LX is a good, quiet unit, and recommended the 14.5 SEER unit over the 13 SEER. Another thread on gardenweb.com found a couple of consumers calling the LX a good, reliable unit.
Product registration is required within 90 days for maximum warranty coverage. The warranty for the York LX air conditioner is comprised of the following:
10-year limited parts warranty
10-year limited warranty on the compressor
If not registered within 90 days, the parts warranty reverts to a 5-year limited warranty. Labor and shipping costs are not covered by the warranty.
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