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By all means run the unit while you wait for the new RCI cell. The purifier will be less effective in killing germs while the RCI cell is out. It will still work to reduce the allergens in the air. Hope this helps you.
Strictly speaking, you would need to run culture tests in a sealed laboratory to conduct such a test. There is actually no way for the layman to verify that microorganisms are being killed by this device. Either you believe the company's claims, or you don't.