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Both Ionic Breeze purifier and replacement parts had been retired from the market because of health concerns related to ionic technology. Parts are sometimes available on ebay, but I suggest not carrying any repair on this unit.
My Ionic Breeze would work for a short time after cleaning and the blue light would start flashing and the unit would stop working. I checked the wall cube power adapter with a volt meter. It was putting out only 10 volts instead of the needed 12 volts. It seems The Ionic Breeze needs a full 12-13 volts to work. So I went to Radio Shack and bought a universal 12 volt 800ma power adapter. I checked the voltage in the new adapter, it was 13 volts. This fixed the flashing blue light problem. However the Ionic Breeze produces harmful Ozone gas, so I don't use it anymore.
Hello, My name is Joseph Veres and I from NJ. I bought it the
Ionic Breeze GP S1830 about 4 year ago. I had been a problem and I can feeling a burried . Can replacement this? Please, let know e-mail me asap. my e-mail is email@example.comThank you Joseph Veres
I wonder how many others are having this problem? It sounds like the wiring "went out" about the same time on all of these. Strange how it went bad just after the warranty ran out too. Something is fishy here. Planned obselescence? Anyone know a good attorney. Sounds like a good class action suit. I have two units. Bought them at the same time and both started flashing at the same time.