Question about Ecoquest Living Air Classic Air Purifier
We have a Living Air Classic XL-15 and cannot get the fan to turn on. The green light is on inside, the fuse seems fine, the filter is pretty clean, the plate is clean.
I replaced the connector on broken red wire that was connected to the post labeled "caution high voltage." Yet the fan still won't turn on.
Can you offer any assistance? Thank you!!!
The fan motor is probably locked up. You can either put a little oil to free it up (usually a temporary fix) or better yet replace the fan motor.
Posted on Nov 10, 2007
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