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Air purifier filter smells bad


That's interesting... I doubt it is the filter if the new filter did the same. It might help if you take a fan and blow it through the area behind the filter, or maybe even spraying some Lysol in it, because my best guess is that something inside the purifier is what is causing the smell. Hope this helps!

Feb 24, 2014 | Blueair Air Purifiers

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My breeze AT unit comes on, but the fan does not move. how do I repair this


This unit has had multiple electrical problems probably due to cheap circuit board parts. I've sent many back for repair. Repair usually runs $242 last time I checked, or you could trade in for a new unit. They'll take $100 off the cost of a new one. Otherwise, you may be able to try taking it to a small electronics repair place. I don't believe it's that complicated but if the board is toast there's no repairing it.

Jul 19, 2011 | Ecoquest Breeze At Air Purifier

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Dust caked up on wires and fan,how do you take it apart to clean it?


This question seems similar to another post from a while ago. http://www.fixya.com/support/t5074178-like_clean I just finished my Blue Air 500 for the same problem with loads of collected hair and dust around the fan. The manufacturer manual does not cover this type of cleaning and they do not want people to open the unit as it might void the warranty. It's actually simple you've done it but not obvious. There are 4 screws which you may not have seen on the top until you pop off the top grill. Remove those as they fasten the side curved panels, once the top screws are removed tug on the white curved pieces upwards and they should come off. Once these are off you should have full access to the interior to clean. Ours was utterly filthy and way past the warranty.

Feb 28, 2011 | Blueair 501 Air Purifier

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Blueaire 501 dust caked up on wires and fan,how do you take it apart to clean it?


Hi, I have had the same problem and have figured out how to open it.

To open your blueair air purifier, follow the steps below;
1. Get a phillips head screwdriver,
2. Open the unit and remove the air filters.
3. Use the phillips head screwdriver to remove the screws that you can see.
4. After taking out the screws, remove the "galvanizedSwedish steel housing"
(cream coloured sides) of the purifier by lifting it upwards (i.e. from bottom to top of unit).
4. You will now have access to the interior of the purifier.
5. You can now take out the fan and clean it, or what ever part you are trying to clean. I used a Dyson HEPA vacuum cleaner.
6. To reassemble, reverse the instructions above to reassemble the purifier.

Feb 28, 2011 | Blueair 501 Air Purifier

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My blueair 501 suddenly stopped working. I turned it off to move it to another room, and it will not come back on. Outlet has power. Is there an internal fuse I can replace?


The power cord had burned out right at the point where it connects to the female receptable (the end that connects to the unit). Need replacement cord.

Jun 05, 2009 | Blueair 501 Air Purifier

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RED CHANGE FILTER LIGHT DOESN'T GO OUT AFTER CHANGING FILTER


I had the same issue.  Press and hold the 'TIMER' button untill you hear a beep and it will reset.

Apr 02, 2009 | Blueair 250E Air Purifier

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CAR DIE WHEN SLOW DOWN OR STOP AND LET GO THE GAS


i went to my mechcanic the same day my engine started to make the same loud noise that you are talking about. he said that it was the flex pipe. just this morning (5:30am 8/3/09) i went to dunkin donuts for my morning coffee and while waiting in line, my car just stopped running. like you said, when you take your foot off the gas and press the break, the car stops. no doubt about it, it is the flex pipe. im sure by now you got your car fixed but i thought that i'd share my car troubles with you :)

Feb 12, 2009 | Blueair Blue Air 402 Smokestop Particle...

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Car dieing


You may have a Vacuum Leak, Throttle Position Sensor may be bad, and the MAP Sensor. Those are know to go on the 3.1L Chevy Lumina's. Thank you for using Fix Ya! Don't forget to rate the overall rating of this answer. Good Luck.

Jun 30, 2008 | Blueair Blue Air 402 Smokestop Particle...

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Dead


check power outlet / test the Blue air power cable w/tester continuity , switch on and off, tester move forward and reverse meter means good plug/ if does not move the fuse of the unit is open.need to replace.

Dec 28, 2007 | Blueair Blue Air 402 Smokestop Particle...

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