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Blue flashing light on lumipure air purifier

I don't have an owners manual and after a few days of getting the lumipure, a blue light started flashing on top. I'm guessing a filter needs cleaning or someting. I cleaned the blades and don't see any other servicable parts. help???

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robert douglas

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I read on another site to hold the power button down for 5 seconds. Dont know what the blue light is but this stopped it from flashing!

Posted on Dec 15, 2009

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    The blue light means it is time for cleaning. Your unit should have come with a wand that has a spongy surface on the end. This is used to clean the "guts" of the air purifier. That means you have to push the little black button on the front and open the top. Pull up and out the unit that is held together with a plastic nut. Unscrew that nut and the unit comes apart. Clean the outside of each piece with a wet rag and the inside with the cleaning wand. Let it dry and then put it back in the unit and start if back up. Don't forget, you have press the start button twice to make the purifying (ultraviolet) light come back on.

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The blue light flashing means it's time to clean. When you put the clean filters back in then yes, hold it down for five seconds or so to reset the light. Pushing the on/off once turns the unit on, pushing twice turns on the uv-c light.

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