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What filters are you cleaning. If it's electrostatic air filters, these can be soaked in a plastic tub full of warm water and a small amount of dish soap. I also use about a half cup of bleach per 5 gallons water. Soak for 5-10 mins then rinse with water hose. Allow them to completely dry before reinstalling. If you are cleaning a washable air filter, clean with you water hose, spraying the direction opposite the normal air flow. Should be a arrow showing wash direction. Not sure of what you want to clean but I hope this helps.
Foam or cloth filters can be washed. I wash by hand with hot water and dish washing liquid, rinse with clean water, thoroughly dry and refit. Has always worked for me. The paper filters obviously can't be washed, but if you have access to a compressor you can blow them cleaner. Be careful as they do rip easily and this method only partially unclogs them. Replacement is the best way.
Always turn coffeemaker OFF and remove the
plug from the electrical outlet before cleaning.
Lift up the reservoir cover. Remove and
discard the paper filter and ground coffee.
The filter basket can be washed in warm,
soapy water and rinsed thoroughly, or cleaned
in the upper rack of the dishwasher. Dry all
parts after use.
Do not put any water in the unit once
the filter basket has been removed.
Wipe the area under the filter basket
with a damp cloth.
Remove the carafe from the heating plate.
Discard any remaining coffee. The carafe and
lid can be washed in warm, soapy water and
rinsed thoroughly, or placed in a dishwasher.
The carafe and carafe lid should be placed
on the upper rack only.
Do not use any scouring agents or harsh
cleansers on any part of the coffeemaker.
Never immerse base unit in water or other
liquid. To clean base, simply wipe with a
clean, damp cloth and dry before storing.
Fingerprints and other blemishes on the
stainless steel housing can be washed off
with soap and water or a nonabrasive cleaning
solution. Wipe warming plate with a clean,
damp cloth. Never use rough, abrasive
materials or cleansers to clean the warming
plate. Do not dry the inside of the water
reservoir with a cloth, as lint may remain.
You can print the manual on this link:
If your unit is the one pictured, he cup with the medication can be taken apart to be cleaned... the top unscrews and the nebulizer comes out....and should be done so after every use. Do not use house hold chemicals to clean the unit. Use a water/distilled vinegar mixture to clean, then rinse with clean water.
Hi - here are a few tips!
If the filters are washable they have to be dried completely before putting back into the machine, otherwise you're damaging your vacuum by putting in damp filters which won't do much but put back the stale smell into the home. Generally washing filters should be done with a little washing up liquid, washed out, rinsed, drip dry and dried over 24 hours to room temperature naturally (not on a radiator or heater).
Faster drying should employ the use of a low temperature tumble dryer with the filters placed in a pillow case with a towel added to prevent banging off the sides of the electric dryer when in operation.
Also, whilst the filters are drying take off the main hose of the Clearview and wash it out with washing powder with the hose laid in the bath. Alternatively put wet wipes or cleaning wet wipes down the hose with a stick to get out all matter of dirt - clearview hoses are the worst for stinking especially if you have pets. That should improve the general way of your vacuum and giving it a more neutral smell. Also when everything is dried out inclduing the hose, sprinkle some bicarbonate of soda around so that the vacuum picks it up and neutralises previous odours that the vacuum had from the beater bar/floor head.
I have this problem too and I solved it easily !!!!
I hypothesised that something was blocked by dried up lint/silt. So I filled the machine with very hot water and also poured hot water down the lint filter outlets. I left it for 5 minutes and then started a wash cycle - and the water now comes out of the lint filter ducts. ! :-)
water leakage from indoor unit
1.clean cooling coil
2. wash air filter
3. check drain tray.if it block then clean it
4. check drain pipe U band.
5.check indoor unit water tray.if damage change by new one or repair it