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If it is not easily accessible, Id recommending taking it outside and blow it out with a air compresser that has a blow spout attachement on it, if that is not available, most towns have tire changing companies that sell used ties, most of these places would be willing to blow it out for you for a few dollars im sure, sometimes thinking outside the box can save you some money on the long run. Hope this helps.
First, are you sure that outlet that the unit is plugged into really works? The other situation would be a blown fuse on the back of the unit. Also, make sure that the filter on the back of the unit is seated properly and making contact with the safety switch. Check all three things. It could be any of them.
Guy, there's only supposed to be 2- Ozone Plates/Screens in the Eagle 2500. The reason it probably would not run, is when you took the aluminum filter off the back, you failed to reinstall it properly. Look at the bottom edge of the filter. You should see a plastic prong sticking out. That's sort of a trigger. If you don't fit it in the slot on the housing of the cabinet properly, it won't trigger the safety switch and allow the unit to run when you turn the switch on the front ON. Just make sure the prong is much tightly into the unit.
Just went thru this Tues. Get the top of screen in place and then push the plastic in on safety switch. I was having it push down and then slide screen in. That plastic piece is split like when you push it in, it hits 2 different heights. Instead of pushing it down get top in and push the plastic in, easy. Turned on then. Already had the switch on so it fired up soon as I pushed it in.
You're probably screwed....
The company went under and doesn't service them anymore. It's possible you could find a local repair place that might be able to do something, but there is no authorized or trained service station, and you can't get parts.
You might be able to pick up spare parts if you scour eBay long enough.
You can pull off the rear filter, pull the ozone plates, defeat the safety interlock, turn the unit on, and place a screw driver (holding the plastic handle) one one of the ozone bars, and try to make an arc between the screwdriver and the other bar.
If you get an arc, the ozone plates are dirty. Clean well with a brush and sudsy ammonia. If no arc, either the hv transformer is bad, the main circuit board is bad, or the ozone control is bad.
There's one other thing you can check: The two wires that connect to the ozone bars can arc to the chassis sometimes. You can inspect the insulation on those wires to make sure it is intact.
Best bet is to call EcoQuest at 1-800-989-2299 and they can direct you to the closest repair center. There is also a way to upgrade to a newer model the FreshAir 2.1 getting $100 back for your old XL-15. To do this go to www.healthylivingia.com or call 1-800-798-6925 and ask for Eric.