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I would like to get an Ionizer circuit board. Is there any place I can pick up a replacement. Also is the transformer on the board available from anyone?

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You will have to contact the service center of ecoquest to get the required parts
just click the link directly
http://www.ecoquestintl.com/CustomerSupport.aspx

Customer Support Phone:
800.989.2299

Customer Support Email:
customerservice@ecoquestintl.com

Technical Support:
800.989.2299

Technical Support Email:
techsupport@ecoquestintl.net


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I am an electrical engineer and I do not fully understand your question. If the unit is designed to operate on 50/60 Hz, it cannot be damaged by operating it at either of those line frequencies. Mnay products today will operate at either line frequency.However, if you used an adjustable voltage power transformer (a.k.a. "Variac"), you may have "under-voltaged" or "over-voltaged" the device. If there is a circuit breaker, try resetting it. Otherwise, there may be a circuit board-mounted fuse internally that is now electrically "open." That can be tested with an Ohmmeter for continuity. (Finding a replacement may prove difficult.)

Operating a line-powered device above or below its input limitations can permanently damage internal power supply functions and, perhaps, other circuitry as well.

Solid state components can fail "open" or "shorted." If they fail "open" they will not draw appreciable current to "burn" them in any obvious way.

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We purchased this at a thrift store. Can you tell me what the ionizer setting is for


The ionizer cleans the air. If it's working properly, it will smell like the air right after a lightning storm. You should use as little as possible, based on the size of the area, you're using the unit in. Do not allow it to blow directly on you or anyone else. The higher you can place the unit, the better it will work. Match the fan speed to ionizer setting.

Hope this helped you.

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My "prove-it" light indicator does


How long have you owned the machine? If bulb is out, (the one deep inside the machine) it means the RF ionizer or needle point ionizer isn't working. Clean both of them and you should get the bulb to come back on.

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My Alpine Air 880 makes a sizzling noise. I turn the dial down and it gets better. Whats the problem?


The sizzling is the high voltage "bleeding" to ground inside of the collector module, or the high voltage electronic circuit.

First, unplug the unit and remove the module. Thoroughly clean all electrical contact points where the module makes connection. If it possible to operate the unit without the module in place, then replace all covers, plug the unit in, and attempt operation. If you continue to hear sizzling, then unplug the unit, remove covers, and continue to clean, digging deeper into the unit to find traces of accumulated dust/dirt. Also be on the lookout for burned areas in the plastic, around insulators, etc. High voltage is a mighty beast, and will easily track to ground, causing a sizzling noise.
If you don't find anything there, then take the modele and look for any tracking points on the insulators. Look very closely at the ionizer wires for accumulated lint, which creates little points where high voltage can bleed to ground from.
You may get popping of high voltage as well. When this happens, note the places where it occurs, and those places become suspect of causing the sizzling sounds.
Let me know what you find. These guys are cantanckerous at best.

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Light doesn't come on, does not purify the air.fan runs


If the little orange neon light no longer comes on, it is a problem with the high voltage board and transformer. The board sits on top between the plates and the fan.

In my instance, the board had become corroded and shorted the terminals of the voltage regulator located on the board. Also, the ground strap around the ferrite core of the high voltage transformer had become corroded an needed replacement. Also, check the circuit paths from the nearest components to the Voltage Regulator pads. Mine blew one of the circuit traces.

All in all, I replaced the Voltage Regulator, Mouser P/N: 595-UA78L12ACLPE3, Transistor P/N: 512-2N4403BU, Timer IC P/N: 595-NE555P.

The voltage regulator feeds the latter two, as well as the high voltage transformer, I replaced those components as a precautionary measure.

The terminals do get corroded, so check those as well. There are no terminals on the high voltage board other than on top of the proprietary potted black box that feeds the target and neon light. Be careful with the terminal on that box because it breaks easy once corroded. As mine did.

Those components fixed my problem with the high voltage board and no neon light.

Hope this helps, let me know if you have any other questions.


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Sparking


You got new plates they offer no support by phone? Could be some kind of dirt or contamination, the transformer could be shorting or sparking, write me at wbwill@sbcglobal.net or look me up on allexperts.com, it may be worth mailing to me and let me estimate repairs,

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no , it is not advisable to run the machine while there is an exsisting problem , it would be best not to run it untill the motor has been replaced

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Hi willy,

The ionizer itself shouldn't smell. I wonder if you're smelling O3 (aka ozone or activated oxygen), or if there's a short-circuit of some kind that is causing electrical components to overheat/burn. Burning electronics and singed hair smell more alike than ozone (which isn't the same as ionization, incidentally.

Write back with more details if you can, preferably with any details about your observations.

If I can be of further assistance, let me know. If this solves the issue, please rate it accordingly.

Thanks in-advance for using Fixya.com,

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Ionizer


IONIZERS to not PURIFY indoor air. IONS are either NEGATIVE or POSITIVE. In this case, the NEGATIVE IONS are the 'GOOD GUYS!"

An ionizer will usually put some negative ions into the air while trapping, just like positive/negative magnets would do- SOME of your airborne live contaminates onto a metal plate inside the ionizer. When you pull out the plate with this smorgasborg of contaminates to wipe it, some of them can go airborne again, plus you have a dirty cloth ripe with contaminates on which you should then throw away. You haven't PURIFIED your air-you've just added some negative ions to your air, which will make your air feel light and lively- but still not PURIFIED.

Our SUN AIRE purifiers not only PURIFY indoor air SAFELY and EFFECTIVELY like SUNLIGHT, but one of the side-benefits is that we replenish your NEGATIVE ION balance in your air because of our SUNLIGHT process of purifying your air.

We DO NOT LIVE in our ductwork, therefore, our SUN AIRE purifiers purify your air in your living spaces FIRST and then the allotropic oxygen can be sucked through your ductwork.

POINT-OF-CONTACT is the key to our SUN AIRE purifiers effectiveness. We recommend you place your SUN AIRE purifier as FAR AWAY from your cold air return as possible because we want you to use the allotropic oxygen FIRST, before it's sucked through your ductwork.

Thanks for your question. Please let us know if we may assist you.

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