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Dead purifier My living air will not come on. I have replaced the fuse and blue switch but still nothing. Please help.

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  • Anonymous Feb 21, 2009

    My living air purifier does not work any more. I have checked the fuse, replaced a broken plate then went to turn it on nothing.
    I did contact Ecoquest I was told it may be the switch that is activated by putting the back screen in place.
    I live in Toronto and can not find a place to take it in for repair.

  • Jon Stignani
    Jon Stignani May 11, 2010

    Hi Desmond,

    1) Have you contacted your dealer for support?
    2) Have you contacted EcoQuest yet?
    3) What make and model Living Air is this? - I don't ever recall seeing a "blue switch".

    Let me know.



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Don't try to use the thing; it may be dangerous.

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