York Affinity YP9C Gas Furnace Reviews

York Affinity  systems are engineered to not only be very attractive and also provide excellent and efficient performance.  A new York system hit the market this year, the York Affinity YP9C  and it has won the Best Buy Award from Consumers Digest.

According to York, this furnace has Energy Star Qualified Efficiency and provides more heat for less money.  With a modulation design, it continually adjusts your heat levels to make sure your comfort is matched precisely.

In addition, this furnace has an integrated ClimaTrak System that will tailor its operation based on your location and it is known to be one of the quietest gas furnaces that York manufacturers.

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User Ratings for this Gas Furnace

Overall Rating4.434.434.434.434.43
Reliability Rating4.
Operating Cost Rating4.
Features & Value4.
Warranty & Support4.434.434.434.434.43

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10 Responses to “York Affinity YP9C Gas Furnace Reviews”
  1. todd says:

    This furnace works great, i like the way it ramps up and down, the only thing that concerns me is how much this thing might be to fix

    • John says:

      10 year parts warranty, lifetime heat exchange warranty and York has been in the business for 135 years. They invented building air condition in the early 1900s. Enough said. Top quality and well worth the extra hundred dollars.

      Don’t fall for the knock offs they make over seas and re-brand here. You’d be very surprised what kind of “top quality” units are made by the lowest bidders overseas. Then sold under some very very common names in the HVAC world.

      Every piece of this York unit is built with the highest quality in mind and by York, in York, Pennsylvania…..not the lowest bidder who has the cheapest materials. When you knock on the unit, look inside, hear it run….you know this is a quality, built to last furnace.

      • Ro says:

        interesting. local dealer tells me the york system i could get from him is built in oklahoma.

        • Cliff says:

          Actually, I can tell you with 100certainty that this furnace is made in Wichita Ks. All of York’s “Unitary” products are manufactured by Johnson Controls in 1 of 2 factories. Residential products are produced in Wichita Ks. All of York’s commercial rooftop units and condensing units are made in Norman Ok. They also make Coleman and Luxaire in these same facilities as well. The only difference in the 3 brands are the asthetics.

  2. John says:

    Love my system very quiet very efficient variable modulation .
    I know friends that paid several thousand more for a trane which baffles me.
    York has a great reputation and is designed and built very well.

  3. Jim says:

    I hate to break it to Todd but the cost to fix a York is HUGE. It’s hard to make a good rating on the 9Y furnace and 8T York air conditioner when it’s York’s air handler for these that has given us fits since the 2006 installation. We are now on our third blower motor. They cost $1,000/ea. to install. So much for “efficiency.” It also helps to hire a good service company, not one that simply replaces the motor and does NOT try to find out why it went bad. BTW. It’s the resistors in the motor modules that keep burning out. You would think Johnson Controls would have figured this out. And no, they do not stock this motor in “hot” Las Vegas. It must be shipped from Memphis at an additiona $50 overnight shipping charge. To add to the cost of repair, count on a minimum of two night stays in a hotel. Just hope you only experience problems while it’s under warrenty. Qualified York technicians are rare here in Vegas. Another $500 service call today to replace the blower’s squirel cage which was so out of round that it rattled the back screen door when running. REALLY, $500 for a squirel cage? I wonder who bent that? We will not replace another motor, we’ll install a complete new and different manufacturer’s system. (When we find a reliable company to do it)

    • Cliff says:

      Hi Jim,

      Just curious, when you motor is running on high (such as in the middle of summer on a hot day) does it sound like the motor is loping? (speeding up and slowing down quickly)

      • Jim says:

        No Loping that I recall, but thank you, now I’ll be listening more closely. The York is quieter than the original unit that came with this tract home. After further investigation by a more reputable service provider, we found the return air static pressure was 0.8 psi. York’s accepable range is 0.4 – 0.6. $500 to replumb and resize the return side brought it down to 0.58. We do not use the high-resistance, high MERV filters and all interior doors and registers are left open. We’re disappointed that the original installer in 2006 didn’t check all this, nor did any of the techs that installed subsequent new motors. It’s not enough to just replace a broken part, you MUST fix what made it break. I’ve heard from Johnson Controls that they are working on a programmed replacement module for the motor that can be stocked and won’t require replacment of the whole motor assembly when the module goes bad. Unfortunatley, the cost of the module represents the majority of the cost of the entire motor assembly. And, the replacement cost ($400 – $500) remains the same. Again, HUGE York replacement costs.

  4. toddy says:

    I love this furnace, I have had it about two years and love how quiet it is and the ten year warranty helps me steep at night. Love the way it comes on low at first.

  5. Ivan says:

    I love this furnace!
    A huge improvement and cost savings over the old behemoth we used to have. A very quiet and efficient furnace. We have it teamed with a York AC that also runs very quiet and efficiently. Plenty of cooling power for such a small unit.
    The only issue has been a defective air flow sensor which was replaced by the installer under warranty. It has been fine for the past full year since that part was changed. I would buy from York again!