HOW IT WORKS
The air cleaner has a two-stage filtering system. The first
stage is a charcoal pre-filter. The second stage is the
HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Arrestor) filter. Room air
is drawn into the Air Cleaner through the Air Intake Grille
and passes through the filters. The filtered air is released from
the top of the unit and is dispersed upwards into the room.
Two Filter Change Calendar Wheels are provided on the
Air Cleaner control panel to serve as convenient reminders when to
change the filters.
Your Air Cleaner was thoroughly inspected and tested at the
factory prior to packaging. Visually inspect it upon removal
from its box. Remove and discard any packaging material.
Return the unit if it shows any signs of damage or mishandling.
Upon starting your Air Cleaner, set the Pre-filter Calendar Wheel
ahead 3 months and the HEPA Filter Change Calendar Wheel
ahead 12 months to remind you when the next filter replacement
Plug the Air Cleaner
into a polarized
120-Volt AC wall outlet.
To avoid the risk of fire or electric
shock hazard, the
Air Cleaner should ONLY be plugged into a polarized 120=Volt AC outlet.
NEVER operate the Air Cleaner without the
HEPA filter properly installed. Permanent motor damage could result.
Each time you start the Air Cleaner, it is a good idea to run it
at Turbo speed for a few seconds. Then set it HI, MED or LO