How to Reset Daikin Error Codes: Things You Should Know about the AC Unit

You should know how to reset Daikin error codes if you see them on your unit. Knowing how to perform the reset can be useful because it’s as simple as it is. In most cases, resetting the unit can solve the error code issue, especially those you can’t understand or interpret.

Although the simplest way is to disconnect your AC unit from the power, you can also use the remote control to perform the reset to eliminate the code.

Read also: How to Reset Air Conditioner

Knowing Different Types of Error Codes

What does it mean when you see Daikin error code 00? And what should you do? In general, when you see the code 00, it means that your unit is working normally. There is nothing wrong with it. You can access more codes by doing these things:

how to reset daikin error codes

  • Use the remote control. Press the Cancel button and hold it on for around 5 seconds.
  • You should see the top side of your remote, and the 00 code will flash.
  • Press that button again. You should hear a short beeping sound. Keep pressing that button, and you should hear a long beeping sound.
  • You will see a double-digit code. Note it down.
  • You can go to Daikin’s site and learn the code.

Some examples of the codes:

  • A6 means fan motor fault
  • U0 means a refrigerant shortage.
  • E8 means overcurrent input
  • L3 means electrical parts heat fault, etc

If you want to see a clear description of the codes, you’d better visit the website and check them on your own.

So, what do Daikin VRV error codes mean? It’s the same. VRV is Daikin’s trademark. It refers to Variable Refrigerant Volume technology. But since other companies ‘have copied’ the same technology, they call it a slightly different name, the VRF or Variable Refrigerant Flow. So, they are the same technology but with different terms.

Where Is the Reset Button on a Daikin?

Knowing where the reset button on your Daikin AC is, you can operate it easier and simpler. This is known as the button reset technique that can work like a charm for AC that won’t turn on, won’t cool off, or is quite noisy.

Your indoor AC unit has a reset button on the front. Simply press and access it when your AC is experiencing malfunctions. You can see this small red button, which you should press when your unit makes odd noises. You can also use this button when the unit won’t turn on or won’t cool correctly.

You should know that there is another reset button located on the outside. This should be pressed when the AC unit experiences a power outage. Just press gently and you should be good to go. You mustn’t press the button with too much power or strength because the button can be damaged.

How Do I Hard Reset My Daikin?

One of the ways to reset Daikin error codes is the hard reset. Hard reset itself is the best way to reset the AC after a power outage happens. But you can also use this technique when a power surge happens. How to do it?

  • Turn the thermostat off so auto turning won’t be on
  • Find the breaker box. Flip the circuit breaker off.
  • Wait for around 60 seconds before you turn the breaker on again.
  • And then wait for an extra 30 minutes before you can switch on the thermostat again.
  • You can now set the temperature or on Cool Mode.

Another option is to unplug your unit. Do it for a minute. If you use this option, you won’t have to turn off the breaker.

Conclusion

If you are still confused, you can always visit the company’s official website and look. You can also ask for their help. They should be able to help you reset Daikin error codes properly.

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