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Media Air Cleaner

Épurateur d’air Média

MCS600W

MCS600B

MCD1200W

MCD1200B

Electronic Air Cleaner

Épurateur d’air Électronique

ECS750W

ECS750B

ECD1500W

ECD1500B

OWNER’S MANUAL

MANUEL OPÉRATEUR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Electrostatic

Electric

 

 

 

 

Air Cleaner

Fan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

White-Rodgersis a division of Emerson Electric Co.www.white-rodgers.com

Language - Langue

English (USA/Canada):

page 2

Français (Canada):

page 13

 

 

 

Nomenclature Description

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Model Number

Type

Cabinet

Air Flow

Color

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MCS600W

MC = Media Cleaner

S = Single Cabinet

600 = Maximum Air Flow (CFM)

W = White

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MCS600B

 

 

 

B = Bronze

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MCD1200W

 

D = Double Cabinet

1200 = Maximum Air Flow (CFM)

W = White

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MCD1200B

 

 

 

B = Bronze

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ECS750W

EC = Electronic Cleaner

S = Single Cabinet

750 = Maximum Air Flow (CFM)

W = White

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ECS750B

 

 

 

B = Bronze

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ECD1500W

 

D = Double Cabinet

1500 = Maximum Air Flow (CFM)

W = White

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ECD1500B

 

 

 

B = Bronze

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Owner’s manual - Manuel opérateur

Table of contents

 

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ..............................................................................

2

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ...........................................................................................

3

1

INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................

3

2

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION .....................................................................................................

3

2.1

Filter package ..................................................................................................................................

3

2.2

Optional feature ...............................................................................................................................

3

3

MOUNTING/INSTALLATION .................................................................................................

3

3.1

Technical specifications ....................................................................................................................

3

3.2

Air cleaner mounting/installation ........................................................................................................

3

4

MAINTENANCE ..................................................................................................................

3

4.1

Filter replacement/cleaning frequency .................................................................................................

3

4.2

Cleaning the outside of the air cleaner ................................................................................................

3

5

CONTROL ..........................................................................................................................

4

5.1

Controlling with the panel button .......................................................................................................

4

5.2

Remote Control operation ..................................................................................................................

4

5.3

Automatic operation (auto mode) .......................................................................................................

4

6

PROGRAM SETTINGS .........................................................................................................

4

6.1

Program Setting 1: Service Indicator ...................................................................................................

4

6.2

Program Setting 2: Resetting the Service Indicator ...............................................................................

4

7

TROUBLESHOOTING ...........................................................................................................

5

TECHNICAL REPAIR GUIDE .............................................................................................

6

8

ADJUSTING TO SPECIFIC ROOM CONDITIONS ......................................................................

6

9

FILTER REPLACEMENT/CLEANING ........................................................................................

7

9.1

Prefilter replacement .........................................................................................................................

7

9.2

Electronic filter cleaning ....................................................................................................................

7

9.3

Media filter replacement ....................................................................................................................

8

9.4

Activated carbon or Odor Free filter replacement ..................................................................................

8

10

BASIC SERVICE GUIDE .......................................................................................................

9

PARTS LIST ................................................................................................................

10

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Important Safety Instructions

Read and save these instructions

ATTENTION

Please read instructions before installing and using the air cleaner. This will help you obtain the full benefit from the air cleaner you have selected.

ARead the Owner’s Manual and Important Safety Instructions carefully. Failure to follow these instructions could cause a malfunction of the filter or unsatisfactory service.

BFollow a regular service and maintenance schedule for efficient operation.

To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire and injury to persons:

Do not use the air cleaner in wet or damp locations.

The air cleaner is not for use in cooking areas.

Do not use the air cleaner with any solid state speed control device.

Do not use the air cleaner outdoors.

Do not use the air cleaner at ambient temperatures above 95°F/35°C.

!WARNING

ELECTROCUTION HAZARD.

Disconnect mains before servicing. Failure to do so could result in serious personal injury or death.

!WARNING

Do not attempt installation of this unit unless you are familiar with the necessary tools, equipment, utility connections and potential hazards.

Installation should be performed only by a qualified service provider. Failure to do so could result in reduced performance of the unit, serious personal injury or death.

!CAUTION

CELLS MAY CONTAIN SHARP EDGES.

Use care when servicing unit or handling cells. Failure to do so could result in minor personal injury.

!WARNING

Installation of this unit must comply with local electric codes or other applicable codes.

Review and understand local codes prior to installation.

Do not use this apparatus in a flammable or explosive atmosphere. Failure to do so could result in serious personal injury or death.

Mounting/installation

Please follow the installation instructions carefully.

Disconnect power prior to installing the air cleaner.

To reduce the risk of electric shock this equipment has a grounding type plug that has a third (grounding) pin. This plug will only fit into a grounding type power outlet.

If the plug does not fit into the outlet contact qualified personnel to install the proper outlet. Do not alter the plug in any way.

Use common sense, stay vigilant and pay attention to your actions during installation. Do not install the air cleaner when tired or affected by drugs, alcohol, medicines or otherwise impaired.

Use only screws delivered in the installation kit. Using other screws may damage the air cleaner and can cause a risk of shock, fire or injury to persons.

Do not use excessive strength to fasten the screws of the mounting assembly accessories. It will damage the air cleaner or mounts causing the air cleaner to fall.

Do not remove a wall mounted air cleaner once it is installed. Take special care when cleaning a wall mounted air cleaner. Only use the special mounting kit for recessed ceiling mounted air cleaners.

Do not use the frame of the recessed ceiling to carry the weight of the air cleaner.

Fire hazard

Never use the air cleaner in areas with flammable gasses.

Never use the air cleaner to extract and/or filter flammable, smoldering or burning material.

Never use the air cleaner to extract and/or filter toxic fumes or abrasive particles.

Do not place any objects on top of the air cleaner. Do not use with a damaged cord or plug.

Do not pull the cord to remove the plug from the mains. Protect the cord against heat, oil and sharp objects. Do not run any appliance over the cord. To unplug, grasp the plug, not the cord. Do not pull or carry by cord, use cord as a handle, close a door on cord, or pull cord around sharp edges or corners. Do not move the air cleaner without having it unplugged first.

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Operating Instructions

1 INTRODUCTION

This manual provides instructions for the mounting/installation, control and maintenance of the air cleaner. The safety instructions should be read first.

2 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The air cleaner is provided with an Air Quality Analyzer. It measures the local pollution continuously and adjusts the fan speed accordingly. The analyzer is sensitive to pollution in gaseous form that occurs in, for example, tobacco smoke.

2.1Filter package

See fig. 1 on page 25

The polluted air is cleaned in three successive stages.

2.1.1 Prefilter [A]

The prefilter traps the coarser dust particles and other pollutants.

2.1.2 Electronic filter [B]

The electronic filter has a very high efficiency and traps dirt particles larger than 0.01 micron;

or (in case of a media filter):

2.1.3 Media filter [B]

The media filter is folded in such a way that it has a large effective surface area. This gives a low air resistance and a high dirt collection capacity.

2.1.4 Activated carbon filter [C]

The activated carbon filter adsorbs unpleasant smells.

2.2Optional feature

2.2.1 Odor Free

If the air cleaner is provided with an Odor Free filter obnoxious odors can be suppressed. The standard activated carbon filter is replaced by the Odor Free filter.

3 MOUNTING/INSTALLATION

3.1Technical specifications

 

Single

Double

 

 

 

Dimensions

24.8x24.4x11.4 in.

24.8x41.3x11.4 in.

 

 

 

Max. built-inheight

8.3 in.

8.3 in.

 

 

 

Weight

max. 39.9 lbs.

max. 65.5 lbs.

 

 

 

Power consumption:

 

 

- electronic

130 W

225 W

- media

118 W

222 W

 

 

 

Voltage

115V, 60Hz

115V, 60Hz

 

 

 

3.2Air cleaner mounting/installation

The air cleaner can be installed in several ways using different installation kits.

For wall mounting use installation kit # F801 0193. This kit is only suitable for single air cleaners.

For ceiling mounting of the air cleaners, use installation kit

# F801 0195. For a single air cleaner one set is required, for the double air cleaner two sets are required.

For recessed ceiling mounting of the single air cleaner use installation kit # F801 0196.

For the double air cleaner, use installation kit # F801 0197.

There are no components for mounting to the ceiling or wall in these kits.

Ensure that the load capacity of the mounting devices is sufficient to safely support the air cleaner. The weights of the air cleaner are maximum 39.9 lbs. and 65.5 lbs. respectively.

For the single air cleaner on a pedestal, use pedestal installation kit # F848 0384.

Use the materials prescribed during the installation. Connect the air cleaner to power only after complete installation.

4 MAINTENANCE

Maintain your air cleaner carefully and regularly. If poorly maintained, it can be a fire hazard. Always disconnect the air cleaner from power during maintenance and cleaning.

Adhere to the maintenance instructions and advice on filter replacement.

Replace or clean the filters on time.

Only use manufacturer's original replacement parts.

Inspect the product for damages regularly. The safety features should be checked regularly for proper functioning and, if required, be repaired immediately.

The cord should be checked regularly and, if damaged, replaced by a qualified service person.

4.1Filter replacement/cleaning frequency

Filter replacement/cleaning frequency depends on local conditions, the fan speed selected and the operating time of the air cleaner. The Service Indicator can be used to help determine the filter replacement/cleaning frequency. See Program Settings step 1.

A crackling or snapping sound will be heard occasionally during use of the air cleaner. This is normal and is caused by high voltage arcing in the filter. Cleaning the electronic filter is necessary when the crackling or snapping is heard frequently.

Filter replacement/cleaning may be done as described in the technical repair section.

4.2Cleaning the outside of the air cleaner

Wipe the outside of the air cleaner with a moist cloth. Do not use cleaning products that contain ammonia or abrasives. The air cleaner is not resistant to organic solvents, such as benzene, etc. It is possible that the Air Quality Analyzer temporarily reacts abnormally with exposure to cleaning agents.

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Operating Instructions

5 CONTROL

See fig. 5 on page 25

Do not close all vents simultaneously as this may result in the motor/fan overheating.

The product is designed solely for cleaning air indoors and must not be used for any other purpose.

The user is liable for damages resulting from improper use. Do not use the air cleaner when parts or safety devices are faulty, absent or damaged.

The air cleaner can be controlled in three different ways:

AUsing the panel button (>>button), for selecting fan speed or AUTOmode

BUsing the remote control

CUsing the Auto Clean mode (AUTO mode)

5.1Controlling with the panel button

See fig. 2 on page 25

The panel button (>> button) allows you to control the fan speed as follows:

With the air cleaner OFF:

6 PROGRAM SETTINGS

The air cleaner is shipped with factory default program settings. The following program settings allow you to customize the air cleaner operation for your personal preference.

Program Setting 1: Service Indicator

Program Setting 2: Resetting the Service Indicator

PROGRAM: press this button once to get in the program mode. While in the program mode if no key is pressed for 60 seconds the air cleaner will return to the last setting without saving any changes.

6.1Program Setting 1: Service Indicator

The Service Indicator is used to predict when the filter will need cleaning (electronic air cleaners) or replacement (media air cleaners).

The Service Indicator automatically calculates the service interval based on the pollution level selected and the fan speed. When the filter becomes clogged the leds • and •••• will flash each time the air cleaner is turned on.

Pollution level guidelines for establishing setting:

• Press the panel button (>>); control goes to AUTO.

• LOW DUTY: general pollution without tobacco smoke

• Press the panel button (>>); fan speed goes to •••• (TURBO).

•• MEDIUM DUTY: moderate tobacco smoke concentrations

• Press the panel button (>>); fan speed goes to ••• (HIGH).

••• HEAVY DUTY: high tobacco smoke concentrations

• Press the panel button (>>); fan speed goes to •• (MEDIUM).

•••• EXTREME DUTY: extremely high tobacco smoke

• Press the panel button (>>); fan speed goes to • (LOW).

concentrations

• Press the panel button (>>); fan speed goes to STANDBY.

 

• Press the panel button (>>); fan speed switches OFF.

To select the pollution level:

 

 

If you keep pressing on the panel button (>>), the control will

• Press PROGRAM; you are in the program mode 1 andSTANDBY

led will flash once every two seconds.

go one step every second.

• Default: OFF (all leds off).

 

 

5.2

Remote Control operation

• Press V: led • (LOW) will light up, meaning you've set the

pollution level to LOW DUTY.

See fig. 3 on page 25

• Press V: led •• (MEDIUM) will light up, meaning you have set

Remote Control Fan Speed Indicators:

the pollution level to MEDIUM DUTY.

 

 

LOW

• Press V: led ••• (HIGH) will light up, meaning you have set

the pollution level to HEAVY DUTY.

•• MEDIUM

• Press V: led •••• (TURBO) will light up, meaning you have set

•••

HIGH

the pollution level to EXTREME DUTY.

•••• TURBO

• If you want to go back to one of the previous pollution

 

Note: When the motor is turned ON, from STANDBY, the air

levels, press W.

• Press PROGRAM to confirm setting 1 and to go to setting 2.

cleaner will start automatically on TURBO for 1.5 seconds.

 

Subsequently it will switch to the last fan speed selected.

6.2 Program Setting 2: Resetting the Service Indicator

 

OFF: switches off air cleaner.

V andW : fan speed goes one level higher (V) or lower (W).

AUTO: switches the air cleaner to automatic operation.

5.3Automatic operation (AUTO mode)

See fig. 4 on page 25

Press AUTO on the remote control.

There is a 5 minute warm up time for the Air Quality Analyzer. It is recommended the air cleaner be plugged in continuously to avoid the warm-updelay. If you activateAUTO during this time, the led on the control panel will flash. After 5 minutes you will hear a beep and the air cleaner will operate automatically.

The indicator needs to be reset when the media filter is changed out. If led • and led •••• are flashing, it is time to change the filter(s) and to reset the indicator.

To Reset:

Press PROGRAM: you are in the program mode 2 and theSTANDBY led will flash twice every two seconds.

Default: OFF (all leds are off).

If the indicator is programmed (setting 1), you will see all the leds switched on in setting 2, provided the Service Indicator is in use for a while.

Reset Service Indicator: press OFF (all leds are off).

Press PROGRAM: all user settings are saved and the air cleaner is back in normal control.

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7 TROUBLESHOOTING

If leds • and •••• are flashing:

This is the Service Indicator. It signifies time to service (replace or clean) the filter(s).

Pressing any button will turn off the Service Indicator leds. When the unit is switched on again the Service Indicator will resume flashing. After changing the filter(s), the Service Indicator should be reset in Program Setting 2. Contact your service person.

If led AUTO is flashing:

Air Quality Analyzer is warming up. After 5 minutes the Air Quality Analyzer is ready and air cleaner will start running in AUTOmode.

If led STANDBY is flashing:

High Voltage Output problem in the collecting cell(s).

If there is a dead short in the cell for over 60 seconds the STANDBY led flashes. Power will be interrupted to the cell(s) for 10 minutes which may allow the cause of the problem (e.g. hair) to flow out of the collecting cell. After 10 minutes the high voltage will return to the cell. If there is still a short in the cell the high voltage will again be interrupted for 10 minutes, etc. This loop stops at the fourth time a dead short condition is detected. Upon detection, the software blocks the fan control and the unit quits operating. The collecting cell should be cleaned to see if it can be returned to service or requires further repair. Contact your service person.

Note: After one crackle or snap (arcing) the high voltage will drop to 7000 Volts and slowly build up to the programmed output. If there are more than 20 crackles or snaps during one minute, the software blocks the high voltage for 45 seconds, after which the voltage slowly rebuilds.

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Technical Repair Guide

WARNING: RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK

These servicing instructions are for use by qualified personnel only. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not perform any servicing other than that contained in the operating instructions unless you are qualified to do so.

This guide contains service checks to assist service personnel in locating and correcting any condition that might occur to render the air cleaner ineffective or inoperative. The air cleaner has been designed with replaceable components, such as the high voltage power supply which allows the service person to simply replace a component rather than attempt repair of components in the field.

8ADJUSTING TO SPECIFIC ROOM CONDITIONS

Program Setting 1: Service Indicator

The Service Indicator is used to predict when the filter will need cleaning (electronic air cleaners) or replacement (media air cleaners).

The Service Indicator automatically calculates the service interval based on the pollution level selected and the fan speed. If the filter becomes clogged the led • and •••• will flash each time the air cleaner is turned on.

Pollution level guidelines for establishing setting:

• LOW DUTY: general pollution without tobacco smoke

•• MEDIUM DUTY: moderate tobacco smoke concentrations

••• HEAVY DUTY: high tobacco smoke concentrations

•••• EXTREME DUTY: extremely high tobacco smoke concentrations

To select the pollution level:

Press PROGRAM; you are in the program mode 1 andSTANDBY led will flash once every two seconds.

Default: OFF (all leds off).

Press V: led • (LOW) will light up, meaning you've set the pollution level to LOW DUTY.

Press V: led •• (MEDIUM) will light up, meaning you have set the pollution level to MEDIUM DUTY.

Press V: led ••• (HIGH) will light up, meaning you have set the pollution level to HEAVY DUTY.

Press V: led •••• (TURBO) will light up, meaning you have set the pollution level to EXTREME DUTY.

If you want to go back to one of the previous pollution levels, press W.

Press PROGRAM to confirm setting 1 and to go to setting 2.

Program Setting 2: Resetting the Service Indicator

The indicator needs to be reset when the media filter is changed out. If led • and led •••• are flashing, it is time to change the filter(s) and to reset the indicator.

To Reset:

Press PROGRAM: you are in the program mode 2 and theSTANDBY led will flash twice every two seconds.

Default: OFF (all leds are off).

If the indicator is programmed (setting 1), you will see all the leds switched on in setting 2, provided the Service Indicator is in use for a while.

Reset Service Indicator: press OFF (all leds are off).

Press PROGRAM: all user settings are saved and the air cleaner is back in normal control.

Program Setting 3: Maximum fan speed for Air Quality Analyzer (AUTO mode)

It is not possible to go directly to setting 3.

If the panel button (>>) and then the PROGRAM key are pressed simultaneously before confirming setting 2, you're in setting 3 andSTANDBY led will flash three times every two seconds.

Adjusting the maximum fan speed for the Air Quality Analyzer is very convenient for meeting rooms and open plan offices.

Default: •••• (TURBO).

Press W and so on to go to the desired maximum fan speed.

Press PROGRAM: confirm setting 3 and go to setting 4.

Program Setting 4: Manual lock

In setting 4 STANDBY led will flash four times every two seconds. Blocking the panel button (>>), to ensure thatnon-authorisedpeople cannot control the air cleaner.

Default: unlock; no leds are burning.

Press W orV: lock; led • (LOW) is burning.

Press W orV: unlock; led • (LOW) is off.

Press PROGRAM: confirm setting 4 and go to setting 5.

Program Setting 5: Voltage output for maximum efficiency (Electronic Air Cleaners only)

In setting 5 STANDBY led will flash five times every two seconds. This setting can be used to lower the efficiency (up to 10% at low HV). This will increase the time between cleaning intervals.

Default: high HV level (7600 V); leds •, •• and ••• are burning.

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Press W: medium HV level (7300 V); leds • and •• are burning.

Press W: low HV level (7100 V); led • is burning.

Press V: to increase efficiency again up to maximum HV level (7900 V); leds •, ••, ••• and •••• are burning.

Press PROGRAM: confirm setting 5 and go to setting 6.

Program Setting 6: Maximum fan speed remote control/ panel button

In setting 6 STANDBY led will flash six times every two seconds. Adjusting the maximum fan speed for remote control/panel button is very convenient for air cleaners installed in meeting rooms and open plan offices.

Default: •••• (TURBO).

Press W and so on to go to the desired maximum fan speed.

Press PROGRAM: confirm setting 6 and go to setting 7.

Program Setting 7: Sensitivity adjustment Air Quality Analyzer

In setting 7 STANDBY led will flash seven times every two seconds.

Setting the sensitivity of the Air Quality Analyzer. The more sensitive, the quicker the reaction to changes in pollution level.

Default: OFF (all leds are off), meaning the lowest sensitivity

Press V: led • (LOW) will light up, meaning you've set the pollution sensitivity to low.

press V: led •• (MEDIUM) will light up, meaning you have set the pollution sensitivity to medium.

Press V: led ••• (HIGH) will light up, meaning you have set the pollution sensitivity to heavy.

Press V: led •••• (TURBO) will light up, meaning you have set the pollution sensitivity to extreme.

If you want to go back to one of the previous pollution sensitivity, press W.

Press PROGRAM to confirm setting 7 and go to setting 8.

Program Setting 8: Time without high voltage after Service (Electronic Air Cleaners only)

In setting 8 STANDBY led will flash eight times every two seconds.

Setting a specific time for no high voltage after servicing is useful when the filter cells are damp or condensed in winter time. This setting will go back to default value if power is interrupted to the air cleaner.

Default: OFF (all leds are off), when the air cleaner is switched on, there's always high voltage on the cell(s).

Press V: led • (LOW) will light up, meaning you've set the time of no high voltage to 30 minutes.

Press V: led •• (MEDIUM) will light up, meaning you've set the time of no high voltage to 60 minutes.

Press V: led ••• (HIGH) will light up, meaning you've set the time of no high voltage to 120 minutes.

Press V: led •••• (TURBO) will light up, meaning you've set the time of no high voltage to 240 minutes.

If you want to go back to one of the previous time setting levels, press W.

Press PROGRAM to confirm setting 8. The air cleaner will return to the normal running mode.

Reset to factory default

To reset the factory default settings:

Open the inlet grid, press the panel button (>>). While pressing the panel button (>>) close the inlet grid. Release the panel button (>>) when you hear two beeps.

Everything is now back into the default setting, except the Service Indicator (hours in use).

9 FILTER REPLACEMENT/CLEANING

See fig. 8 on page 25

In order to open the inlet grid (i.e. access the filter components), a narrow round screwdriver type tool will be needed (such as a torx type). The inlet grid is secured by two mechanical clips. To release these clips there are two access holes parallel to the control board faceplate on the inlet grid (approx. 3½" from the sides).

Insert the tool into the access holes and gently push further through some light resistance. This will allow the clips to be "unlocked" and thus the inlet grid will open easily.

DO NOT PULL THE DOOR OPEN WITHOUT RELEASING THE CLIPS.

9.1Prefilter replacement

The disposable prefilter can only be used once and cannot be cleaned. Do not turn the prefilter around since it can only be used in one flow direction.

9.2Electronic filter cleaning

A crackling or snapping sound will be heard occasionally during use of the air cleaner. This is normal and is caused by high voltage arcing in the filter. Cleaning the electronic filter is necessary when the crackling is heard frequently.

!CAUTION

CELLS MAY CONTAIN SHARP EDGES.

Use care when servicing unit or handling cells. Failure to do so could result in minor personal injury.

For maximum efficiency your air cleaner cell(s) should be cleaned regularly. When cleaning is required the following procedure should be used:

Cleaning the cell(s)

ATurn the air moving system OFF and disconnect the air cleaner from power. Wait 15 seconds for the collecting cell(s) to discharge.

BRemove the cell(s) and prefilter(s) from cabinet. Using a solution of warm water and low sudsing detergent, soak cell(s) for 20 to 30 minutes. Discard prefilter(s) and carbon filter(s).

NOTE: Ionizing wires may become coated causing loss of cleaning ability by the collecting cell. Using a damp cloth, wipe each ionizing wire, exercising care not to damage them.

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CRemove the cell(s) from the solution and rinse thoroughly with clean hot water water.

DAllow cell(s) to drip dry for a minimum of 2 hours. Cell(s) may be tipped at a slight angle to expedite thedrip-dryprocess.

EReinstall the cell(s) and new replacement prefilter(s) and carbon filter(s) in the cabinet.

A moderate amount of arcing or "snapping" may occur when the unit is turned on. This may indicate that the cell(s) are still damp. Turn the unit off and allow it more drying time or go to Program Setting 8.

9.3Media filter replacement

The disposable media filter can only be used once and cannot be cleaned. Replace as necessary.

9.4Activated carbon or Odor Free filter replacement

The disposable activated carbon or the Odor Free filters can only be used once and cannot be cleaned. They are located behind the electronic/media filter. Replace as necessary.

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