Lancer Ice Beverage Dispenser Error Codes
Lancer Ice Beverage Dispenser Error Codes

Lancer Ice Beverage Dispenser Error Codes

Lancer Ice Beverage Dispenser Error Codes From cafeterias to restaurants, QSRs to convenience stores, Lancer Worldwide beverage dispensers are a mainstay in any commercial foodservice space. With the ability to offer your customers a variety of their favorite soft drinks, they’re an incredibly useful piece of equipment for your business. If things are working quite as they should, the Lancer beverage dispenser can help you identify the issue with a series of error codes so you can get it back up and running in no time. Below is a list of the LED error codes for your Lancer ice beverage dispenser.

Lancer Ice Beverage Dispenser Error Codes Solutions

This error codes guide is for the 4500 series of dispensers.

LED Error Codes

LED Code Name

Meaning

LED D3—Indicates ice dispenser switch is activated

If light doesn’t turn on when chute is depressed:
—Wire harness may be disconnected
—Switch is defective

LED D4—Applicable on units with lid interlock switches, and should always be lit on 4500 series

If light doesn’t turn on:
—Have the Lid Interlock Jumper inspected

LED D5—Indicates there’s power going to unit, and when +5VDC is present at circuit board

If the light is off:
—Internal circuit breaker on transformer may have been tripped. Reset by pushing down the stitch on top of the transformer

LED D6—Indicates there’s power going to unit, and when +32VDC is present at circuit board

If the light is off:
—Internal circuit breaker on transformer may have been tripped. Reset by pushing down the stitch on top of the transformer

LED D7—Ice bin indicator light

If the light flashes:
—There isn’t ice present between the sensors in bin—bin may be empty

If bin is empty and light isn’t flashing:
—Wiring harnesses need to be checked

LED D8—Indicates the solenoid is activated, turning on when the chute is depressed

If light doesn’t turn on:
—Solenoid leads may be disconnected from PC board
—Solenoid leads may be damaged or defective—have replaced

LED D9—Indicates the motor is activated, turning on when chute is depressed

If the light doesn’t turn on:
—Motor harness may be disconnected from PC board
—Motor harness is damaged or defective—have replaced

For more troubleshooting information and more, check out our collection of Lancer manuals and diagrams for your beverage dispenser.

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