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Purifi Er; Dust Sensor - Hitachi EP-NZG70J Instruction Manual

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Purifi er
(Guide for Cleaning: About Once a Month)
 Wipe off dirt on the unit and glass panel, rear panel, and the surface using a soft, damp cloth.
 Clean adhering chemicals such as oil components and insecticides regularly.
 Remove dust from the surfaces of the rear panel air inlet, dust sensor, odor sensor, using a
vacuum cleaner and wipe off using a soft cloth.
Rear panel

Dust Sensor

 Clean regularly at least once every 3-6 months.
The dust sensor is less likely to detect dirt in the air if it is not cleaned regularly.
If the sensor is dirty, it might not work properly and will detect dust even if the air is clean.
Check if the operation has stopped before
removing the power plug from the socket
While operating, press the
stop operation.
Remove dust sensor cover and collect
the dust
Place your finger on the lower part and press.
Remove the dust cover, vacuum well using the nozzle
brush of the vacuum cleaner, and wipe using a soft cloth.
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Dust sensor
Air inlet
Nozzle brush
(Guide for Cleaning: At Least Once Every 3-6 Months)
power button and
Dust sensor cover
Nozzle brush
Wipe the lens with a cotton swab
(commercial product)
When dirt is difficult to remove, wipe the lens
with a cotton swab slightly moistened with
water, then wipe with a dry cotton swab after.
Remove all dust around the lens.
After cleaning, attach the dust sensor cover.
After cleaning, plug the air purifier in a clean
environment and turn on in Purify/Auto
operation mode. If the Air Sensor does not
turn green after about 10 minutes, there
might be remaining dust left.
Please clean it again.
Do not put excessive force on the lens.
This may cause damage.
Do not use excessive force when removing and
attaching the tabs of the dust sensor cover.
This may cause damage.
Odor sensor
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