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    Gujarat : 1800-2582-583 | Maharashtra : 1800-1024-212
    Punjab/Himachal/J & K : 1800-1377-781 | South India: 1800-1200-666 | Rest of India : 1800-1020-666



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    Dear Customer
    Congratulations on being the proud owner of Lloyd Air
    Conditioner. Your Air Conditioner comes with Lloyd
    Guarantee of Quality.
    Lloyd takes great pride in



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    CONTENTS

    1

    Contents

    1

    Safety Precaution

    2

    Name of Parts

    4

    Service and Maintenance

    7

    Trouble Shooting

    8

    Performance Parameters

    10



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    SAFETY PRECAUTION
    Read and understand thoroughly this safety awareness before use.
    The items indicated here are very important safety precautions, which must be followed.
    The following pictures are presented just for the purpose of illustration. As for some models whose
    cooling capacity is above 4600W(17000BTU/h), their power cables do not have a plug, a circuit
    breaker must be built in supply circuit. So please refer to relevant construction of your appliance
    (plug or circuit breaker).

    Absolutely not

    Must be done

    WARNING
    The air conditioner must be grounded. Incomplete grounding
    may result in electric shocks.
    Do not pull the power cable during operation. It can cause
    fire. To pull out the plug, please turn off the unit and hold
    the plug to pull it out.
    Do not attempt to extend the power cord by joining it to
    another cord, or by using an extension cord. Do not put
    any other loads on the power supply socket.
    Do not damage the power cord, or do joint work. Piling up
    heavy objects on the power cable, approaching high
    temperature supply objects, or doing joint work will cause
    electric shock and fire.
    Do not expose your body directly to the cool (or hot) air for
    prolonged period; do not cool (or heat) the room too much.
    This could effect your physical condition and cause health
    problems.
    This appliance is not intended for use by persons
    (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or
    mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge,
    unless they have been given supervision or instruction
    concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible
    for their safety. Children should be supervised that they
    do not play with the appliance.
    Pull out the power plug or turn off the power supply when
    not using the air conditioner for a long time. (Accumulated
    dirt might cause fire.)
    An earth leakage breaker with rated capacity must be
    installed to avoid possible electric shocks.

    Do not put burning appliances at places exposed to the
    airflow, it may cause incomplete combustion.

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    SAFETY PRECAUTION

    WARNING
    Do not use these stuffs for cleaning:
    chemical solvent, insecticide, inflammable spraying
    materials which will damage the appearance of air
    conditioner. Do not sprinkle water directly on the indoor unit.
    Close doors and windows (preferably use a curtain) while
    operating air conditioner for a long time, if room air is quite
    turbid, you could open the door and window for a moment
    to get some fresh air outside.

    If anything abnormal such as a burning smell occurs, stop the
    operation immediately and turn the breaker off.

    Do not install the air conditioner at places where flammable
    gas may leak. If there is electrical leakage accidentally from
    air conditioner, it is easy to cause fire or explosion.
    Do not apply the unit for special purposes. Do not use to store
    precision equipment, food, painting etc, which require certain
    humidity and temperature, for their quality may be affected.
    Do not open windows and doors while operating the air
    conditioner at COOL/DRY mode for a long time under high
    humidity condition (above 80%). Otherwise, condensed
    water may drip from the unit.
    Do not insert a finger, a rod or any other objects into the air
    outlet/inlet grille. As the fan is running at a high speed, it will
    cause injury.
    This product must not be disposed together with the domestic
    waste. This product has to be disposed at an authorized place
    for recycling of electrical and electronic appliances.
    The appliance shall be installed in accordance with national wiring regulations.
    The appliance must not be installed in the laundry.
    The appliance must be installed 2.5m above the floor.
    The appliance must be positioned so that the plug is accessible.
    For some models whose cooling capacity are above 4600W (17000BTU/h),
    an all-pole disconnection device which has at least 3mm separation distance in
    all pole and a residual current device(RCD)with the rating of above 10mA shall be incorporated
    in the fixed wiring according to the national rule.

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    NAME OF PARTS
    1.OUTDOOR UNIT AND INDOOR UNIT
    Filter Front panel Air inlet

    Display

    Deflector
    Left / Right deflector
    (Manual operation)

    Air inlet

    Connecting pipe
    Drain hose
    Air outlet
    Drain opening
    NOTICE

    Appearance of the indoor unit and outdoor unit may differ with some models.

    2.DISPLAY MODELS
    This illustration generalizes all the displays for the models included in this
    manual book. Please take real objects as reference while using.
    (1): INDICATOR LAMPS
    Run indicator lamp

    (2):

    RUN

    SLEEP

    Sleep indicator lamp
    Time indicator lamp

    TIMER

    ICON+INDICATOR LAMP
    Setting temperature and timer display
    COOL MODE
    indicator lamp

    COOL

    WARM

    HEAT PUMP MODE
    indicator lamp

    SLEEP

    TIMER

    Time indicator lamp

    Sleep indicator lamp

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    NAME OF PARTS
    (3): LED INDICATOR

    SLEEP

    TEMP

    5

    RUN

    SLEEP

    TIMER

    REC

    TIMER

    RUN

    RECEIVER



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    NAME OF PARTS
    Icon illustrations:
    SLEEP MODE

    SETTING TEMP or INDOOR TEMP DISPLAY or TIMER DISPLAY
    DRY MODE

    COOL MODE

    ELECTRIC-HEAT MODE

    INDOOR TEMPERATURE

    FAN MODE

    SETTING TEMPERATURE
    HEAT PUMP MODE

    REMOTE SIGNAL RECEIVER

    AUTO MODE
    RUN INDICATOR LAMP

    SET TIMER MODE

    LIGHT-WAVE MODE

    HIGH FAN SPEED

    MIDDLE FAN SPEED

    LOW FAN SPEED

    Continuing research results in steady improvement. Therefore, This information
    and these specifications are subject to change without notice.

    3.EMERGENCY OPERATION SWITCH
    In case the batteries in the remote controller are wore out, or remote controller is at fault, use
    (
    ).
    Emergency operation switch

    A.

    B.

    Check switch
    (Please leave this
    button to be used
    by the maintenance
    staff)

    C.

    Cooling only type
    Every time the switch is pressed, it changes in sequence of COOL
    Heat pump type
    Every time the switch is pressed, it changes in sequence of COOL

    Emergency
    Operation switch

    STOP.
    HEAT

    STOP.

    The following table shows the condition of set temperature, fan speed and deflector during
    emergency operation.

    Mode
    Cooling
    Heating

    Set temperature

    24 C

    24 C

    Fan speed

    Deflector

    High

    Swing

    High

    Swing

    4.HORIZONTAL LOUVER BLADE
    Hold the knob and move the deflector to change right/left airflow direction. Be careful not to adjust
    the deflector during operation as the fan is rotating at a high speed and may pinch your fingers.

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    SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
    Clean the front grille and air filters at least once in every two weeks.
    Before cleaning, be sure to stop the operation and turn off the breaker.

    ? Clean the front grille and air filters
    1. Open the front grille by pulling the tabs on both sides and lift it up until it stops with a click.
    Pull out the air filters.
    2. Remove all dust on the front grille and wash air filters with a vacuum cleaner or brush. (If the
    dust does not come off easily, wash the air filters with gentle detergent dissolved in warm water
    below 45 .)
    3. Wash them in clean water and dry them in the shade.
    4. Insert the front grille and air filters at their original position and close the front grille.
    5. Wipe the surface of the unit with moist cloth and then wipe it again with dry cloth.
    (Do not use benzene, solvent or other chemical products.)

    ? If you will not be using the air conditioner for a long idle period
    1. Set the fan going for a few hours to dry out the inside thoroughly. (Choose COOL mode or
    HEAT mode and select the highest set temperature, then the fan rotates.)
    2. Switch the air conditioner off and unplug it from the wall socket. Clean the filters and outer
    surface.
    3. Take out the batteries from the remote controller.
    FAN

    N

    ATIO

    OPER

    ? If you have not used the air conditioner for a long period
    1.Clean filters and replace them to the original position. Clean the indoor and outdoor units with
    a piece of soft cloth.
    2. Insert the power plug and make sure the earth wire not be loose.
    3. Put the batteries into the remote controller.

    NOTICE Air inlets and outlets shall not be covered/blocked.
    For cleaning, do not use gasoline, benzene, thinner, grinding powder, detergent
    insecticide etc as they can damage the units.
    Don't tear the batteries apart or throw them into fire, which will lead to explosion.

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    TROUBLE SHOOTING
    The following cases are not troubles that will obstruct you in using please follow the fault analysis
    and continue using.

    Is there a fault?

    Air conditioner does
    not operate.

    Remote controller is
    not available and
    does not display.

    Fault analysis!
    Is it a power failure?
    Has the power plug fallen off?
    Has the circuit breaker or fuse shut off
    Are there any obstacles or disturbance
    supply oscillators in the room to disturb the
    signal from remote controller?
    Check whether the batteries of remote
    controller are usable.
    Check whether the batteries are positioned
    correctly.

    Operation does not
    start soon when I/O
    button is pressed
    after operation was
    stopped.

    This is a way to protect the air conditioner.
    Please wait 3 minutes.

    After operation
    terminates, the vane
    appears not to close
    completely.

    Stepping motor could not find the RESET
    point, please restart the air conditioner
    and stop again.

    Cooling and heating
    effect is not good.

    Is temperature setting appropriate?
    Are the air filters clean?
    Are there any obstacles to block the inlets
    and outlets of the indoor and outdoor units?
    Is sleep mode used during daytime?
    Is the indoor fan speed set low?
    Are doors and windows closed?

    Air will not
    immediately blow
    out at the start of
    HEAT mode.
    The power supply may
    be suddenly cut off,
    when the power is
    normal again; the air
    conditioner will automatically
    resume the same mode
    operation as setting before
    power failure.

    The air conditioner is ready to blow out
    enough warm air. Please wait.

    This is called auto-restart function and this
    function is only accessible for certain types of
    air conditioners with the function of auto-restart.

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    TROUBLE SHOOTING
    Fault analysis

    Is there a fault?
    Indoor unit fan stops
    during heating.

    The air conditioner is deicing and it takes
    10 minutes at most.( It freezes when
    outdoor temperature is low and humidity is
    high). It automatically resumes operation
    about 10 minutes later.

    Issue cracking
    sounds.

    The friction sounds are caused by expansion
    and contraction of front grille resulting from
    temperature changes.

    You can hear the
    sound of running
    water.

    It is the sound of flowing refrigerant inside
    the air conditioner.
    Sound of accumulated flowing water on the
    Heat-exchanger.
    Sound of frost melting on the heat exchanger.

    Indoor unit makes
    “bush” sound and
    click sound.

    When the unit is set
    directional swinging at low
    angle on COOL mode:
    the deflector will may auto
    swing to its maximum angle
    for 3 minutes and then resume
    to swing at the low angle.

    Click sound is made by the switching of the
    fan or compressor.
    “Bush” sound is made by the switch of
    refrigerant flowing inside the air conditioner.

    This function prevents the production of
    condensed water and does not cause any
    worry.

    Indoor unit gives
    outdoor.

    Air conditioner may have absorbed odors
    from wall, carpet, furniture and again blows
    out.

    Outdoor unit leaks
    water.

    During cooling, connecting pipe or pipe
    connector will cause the moisture content
    condensation due to the low temperature.
    During heating or defrosting, melting water
    and water vapor will run out.
    During heating, water on heat exchanger
    will drop.

    If you find one of the following symptoms, please turn the breaker off quickly and call our
    designated service shop nearest to you for help.
    The power cord is overheat or damaged.
    An abnormal sound is heard during operation.
    The safety breaker, fuse or the earth leakage breaker often cuts off the operation.
    Some switch or button often fails to work normally.
    The air conditioner gives out burning smell during operation.
    Water leaks from the indoor unit.

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    PERFORMANCE PARAMETERS
    Model

    LS13A2P

    Power
    Rated cooling capacity(W)
    Rated heating capacity(W)
    Cool
    Standard input
    Heat pump

    power(W)

    Standard input
    current(A)

    Aux-heat
    Cool
    Heat pump

    Aux-heat
    Air flow volume(m 3/h)
    Dehumidifying capacity (L/h)
    Waterproof class

    Protection class
    Climate type
    Refrigerant(R22)charge amount(g)
    Indoor
    Noise(dB(A))
    Outdoor
    Indoor
    Gross weight(kg)
    Outdoor
    Indoor
    Dimension WxHxD
    (mmxmmxmm)
    Outdoor

    LS19A2P

    LS24A2P

    LS9A3P

    3350

    5100

    6250
    1980

    LS13A3FX

    LS19A3FX

    LS24A3FX

    3552

    5127

    6500

    220-240V~50Hz
    2582

    1191

    1715

    2200

    807

    1050

    1600

    5.2

    7.5

    9.6

    3.5

    4.6

    7.0

    8.7

    500
    1.2

    850
    2.2

    1100
    3.0

    450
    0.8

    500
    1.2

    900
    2.2

    1100
    3.0

    580
    40
    49
    11.5
    28.5
    290x800x196
    552x745x328

    700
    40

    930
    43

    1580
    50

    50
    11.5
    32.5
    290x800x196
    552x745x328

    56
    16
    42.5
    292x933x220
    530x830x320

    58
    20
    64
    330x1080xx220
    690x910x370

    I
    T1
    630
    40
    50
    11.5
    32.5
    290x800x196
    552x745x328

    730
    43
    56
    13
    42.5

    1500
    50
    58
    20
    55

    292x860x205
    530x830x320

    330x1080xx220
    690x910x370

    NOTICE
    1. The indicated noise parameter is measured in laboratories before leaving factory.
    2. The rated cooling/heating capacity is tested under the following conditions:
    Cooling operation
    Heating operation

    Indoor

    27 (DB)

    19 (WB)

    Outdoor

    35 (DB)

    24 (WB)

    Indoor

    20 (DB)

    15 (WB)

    Outdoor

    7 (DB)

    6 (WB)

    *This model is for cooling purpose only

    3. Due to the policy of constant development, we reserve the right to modify technical data without
    notice. While errors and omissions are a possibility, every reasonable effort has been made to
    ensure that the information in this manual is correct.
    4.Operating temperature range:
    Maximum cooling Minimum cooling Maximum heating Minimum heating
    Indoor side DB/WB(。
    C)

    Outdoor side DB/WB( C )

    32/23

    21/15

    27/--

    20/--

    43/26

    21/15

    24/18

    -5/-6

    *This model is for cooling purpose only

    5. Wiring diagram of air conditioner (indoor unit/outdoor unit) are attached to the indoor/ outdoor unit
    respectively.
    6.If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly
    qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.

    Product should not be damaged, dismantled of thrown in municipal waste.
    It should be packed and handed over to authorised re-cycler.

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    REPLACEMENT OF PRODUCT
    Company may provide equivalent model in case of replacement under warranty if same model
    is not available.



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