Lloyd Air Conditioner Error Code

Lloyd is an Indian Engineering Group with more than 60 years of history. Lloyd manufactures air conditioning systems of different types, from window, split, tower and cassette air conditioners, to portable models.

If your Lloyd air conditioner has stopped blowing cool air or there are any other signs of a breakdown, act immediately, or you may have to stay without decent heating or cooling.

Just look at the display and jot down the error code. Now you are ready to look it up in the table below. This Lloyd air conditioner fault codes list is easy to use and helpful. It will give you a chance even to fix the appliance one your own in case of a minor problem.

Lloyd FOUR-WAY CASSETTE TYPE Air Conditioner Error Code

MalfunctionLED1 OPERATIONLED2 TIMERLED3 DEF.FANLED4 ALARMdisplay (DIGITAL TUBE)
Room temperature sensor checking channel is abnormaloE2
Pipe temperature sensor checking channel is abnormalloE3
Outdoor pipe TEMP. sensor checking channel is abnormaloE4
Outdoor malfunctionooooE6
EEPROM malfunctionooE7
Water-level alarm malfunctionoE8

o – Flashing at 5HZ

Before asking for serving or repairing, check the following points.


SymptomsCausesSolution
Unit does not startPower failure.
Power switch is off.
Fuse of power switch may have burned.
Batteries of remote controller exhausted or other problem of controller.
Wait for the comeback of power.
Switch on the power.
Replace the fuse.

Replace the batteries or check the

controller.
Air flowing normally but completely can't coolingTemperature is not set correctly.
Be in 3 minutes protection of compressor.
Set the temperature properly.
Wait.
Units start or stop frequentlyRefrigerant is too little or too much.
Air or no concreting gas in the refrigerating circuit.
Compressor is malfunction.
Voltage is too high or too low.
System circuit is blocked.
Check leakage, and rightly recharge refrigerant.
Vacuum and recharge refrigerant.
Maintenance or change compressor.
Install manostat.
Find reasons and solution.
Low cooling effectOutdoor unit and indoor unit heat exchanger is dirty.
The air filter is dirty.
Inlet/outlet of indoor/outdoor units is blocked.
Doors and windows are open
Sunlight directly shine.
Too much heat resource.
Outdoor temp. is too high.
Leakage of refrigerant or lack of refrigerant.
Clean the heat exchanger.
Clean the air filter.
Eliminate all dirties and make air smooth.
Close doors and windows.
Make curtains in order to shelter from sunshine.
Reduce heat source.
AC cooling capacity reduces (normal).
Check leakage and rightly recharge refrigerant.
Low heating effectOutdoor temperature is lower than 7 C. Doors and windows not completely closed.
Leakage of refrigerant or lack of refrigerant.
Use heating device.
Close doors and windows.
Check leakage and rightly recharge refrigerant.
The fan speed can not be changed.Check whether the MODE indicated on the display is "AUTO"When the automatic mode is selected, the air conditioner will automatically change the fan speed.
The fan speed can not be changed.Check whether the MODE indicated on the display is "DRY"When dry operation is selected, the air conditioner automatically change the fan speed. The fan speed can be selected during "COOL" , "FAN ONLY", and "HEAT".
The remote controller signal is not transmitted even when the ON/OFF button is pushed.Check whether the batteries in the remote controller are exhausted.The power supply is off.
The TEMP. indicator does not come on.Check whether the MODE indicated on the display is FAN ONLYThe temperature cannot be set during FAN mode.
The indication on the display disappears after a lapse of time.Check whether the timer operation has come to an end when the TIMER OFF is indicated on the display.The air conditioner operation will stop up to the set time.
The TIMER ON indicator goes off after a lapse of certain time.Check whether the timer operation is started when the TIMER ON is indicated on the display.Up to the set time, the air conditioner will automatically start and the appropriate indicator will go off.
No receiving tone sounds from the indoor unit even when the ON/OFF button is pressed.Check whether the signal transmitter of the remote controller is properly directed to the infrared signal receiver of the indoor unit when the ON/OFF button is pressed.Directly transmit the signal transmitter of the remote controller to the infrared signal receiver of the indoor unit, and then repeatly push the ON/OFF button twice.