Question about Brookstone Pure-Ion UV Air Purifier
I bought a Brookstone Pure-Ion UV about 7 months ago that was working wonderfully night and day. Recently I noticed that there is no dirt collecting on the cylinders. I pulled them out and vacuumed/wiped off a lot of dirt that was inside the unit. I paid careful attention to the contacts at the bottom that supply the voltage to the cylinders. I've run it overnight and still there is no dust/dirt stuck to the cylinders. The fan runs, the UV lights, and it sounds the same. What else can I try? I have a multimeter. Are there ways to can check voltages, shorts, or opens?
I bought one a year ago and never thought it work well in cleaning the air. I get more dust on my counters than collects in the pure-ion. I recently got a letter from an attorney saying they are settling a class action suit on these purifiers because the are not effective. I called brookstone and they said they will refund my money because of the law suit. Good luck.
Posted on May 17, 2007
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