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Electronic air cleaner, ionizer & voc filter
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CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS
The prefilter and collecting cell must be washed on a regular
basis for the Air Cleaner to function at its peak efficiency.
The frequency of cleaning will vary from one environment to
another, therefore the cell should be checked monthly to
determine cleaning schedule. On average, the cell should be
washed every 2-3 months.
COLLECTING CELL
1.
Turn Air Cleaner OFF. Remove the cell from the Air
Cleaner. Slide the prefilter and carbon filter out of the
retaining brackets before cleaning.
2.
Rinse prefilter and cell, and spray completely with DAX
Detergent (or non-chlorine, non-corrosive, non-abrasive,
non-ammonia liquid household detergent). Let stand for
5 minutes.
Rinse well with hot water (120°F / 49°C
maximum). Repeat process 3 times.
3.
If dirt remains, let cell soak in a solution of DAX
Detergent and hot water for 30 minutes.
4.
For drying, place the cell on a 45° angle on one end,
with the arrow pointing sideways, and let stand for 10-24
hours. A hair dryer may be used to speed up drying
time.
Make sure the cell is completely dry before
reinserting back into Air Cleaner. The arrow on the cell
must point toward the fan blower.
5.
If arcing or snapping occurs or the lights do not come on
when the cell is placed back in the unit and turned on,
then remove the cell and allow to dry longer.
ODOUR & GAS (VOC) REMOVAL FILTER
Collecting Cell
1.
The Activated Carbon Odour & Gas (VOC) Removal
Filter must be replaced at regular intervals if odour
removal is desired (approximately every 3-6 months).
ODOUR REMOVAL FILTERS ARE NOT WASHABLE.
CABINET
1.
Turn Air Cleaner OFF.
2.
A soft, damp, lint-free cloth may be used to remove dirt
and fingerprints from painted surfaces, grills and end
panels.
NEVER USE AN ABRASIVE CLEANER ON THE
CABINET.
WARNING
DO
NOT
WASH
DISHWASHER.
Never use any object to clean between the cell plates as
this may cause damage to the plates or ionizing wires.
Never place the cell in an oven to dry.
The edges of the cell may be sharp — handle with care.
DAX Detergent, No. 32921,
and the Activated Carbon
Odour & Gas (VOC) Removal
Filter, No. 32711, are
available from your Sears
outlet.
Activated Carbon
Odour & Gas (VOC)
Filter
Prefilter
COLLECTING
CELL
TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
PROBLEM
Fan does not operate
Both Operation Lights off
Green Performance
Light on
Red Ion Light off
Fan operating
Both Operation Lights off
Cell arcing excessively
Air Cleaner vibrating
excessively
Both Operation Lights on
Cell not collecting dirt
The two Operation Lights, located behind the front grill, are
also used as the high voltage fault indicator. If the fan is
operating, but the lights do not come on, then there is a
problem in the high voltage circuit. To determine what the
problem is, turn the Air Cleaner OFF and remove the
collecting cell. Close the lid and turn the Air Cleaner back
ON. If the lights come back on, the problem lies in the cell.
Check the cell for wetness from washing or look for a broken
ionizing wire(s) or bent cell plate(s).
If the lights do not come on, the problem is with the power
board or Operation Light(s). If you are unable to correct any
of the above problems, call 1-800-267-8305.
Dimensions
Width
Depth
Height
Weight
Input Voltage
IN
Power Consumption
(maximum)
Air Flow
High
Medium
Low
Cell Output Voltage
Collecting Cell
Surface
Negative Ionizer
Negative Ion Output
Ideal for rooms up to:
(1 room air change
every 20 minutes for
maximum room size)
CAUSE
Unit not plugged in
System switch not ON
Fan switch not in proper position
Lid not securely closed
Negative Ion switch not in ON
position
Cell wet from washing
Short in cell (see below)
Cell wet from washing
Cell plate(s) bent
Cell dirty or large lint ball/hair
caught in cell
Broken ionizing wire(s)
Prefilter is in backward (black
mesh should be visible on outside)
Unit not sitting on flat surface
Cell is in backward (Arrow on cell
should point towards fan blower)
TECHNICAL DATA
20.0 in
12.0 in
5.0 in
16.0 lbs
120 V
60 Hz
85 Watts
130 cfm
80 cfm
60 cfm
6500 VDC @ < 1 mA
756 in²
-5000 VDC @ <.1 mA
2 x 327.7 K/in³
320 ft²
50.8 cm
30.5 cm
12.7 cm
7.3 kg
221 m³/hr
136 m³/hr
102 m³/hr
4877 cm²
2 x 20 K/cm³
29.5 m²

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