Question about Honeywell HFD-130 Air Purifier
The bottom of the air purifier blows black carbon-like soot that adheres to all surfaces in my home, yet the filters are perfectly clean. The purifier is not a year old yet and has been cleaned regularly. Looking into it from the bottom you can see lots of clinging black soot. I could take it apart and clean it (although we're warned not to!) but what do I do so that this problem does not continue?
I had the same problem and then found that it was from burning aroma candles! I will never burn them again!
Posted on Jan 05, 2013
The fine carbon are leaking , to reduce clinging black soot clean w/vacuum cleaner if that cabon dust it will not stuck within air purifier machine
Posted on Jan 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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