Question about Sharper Image Ionic Breeze GP SI730 Air Purifier
I know there is a post about this already but I've tried everything that the previous post solutions has recommended. I've tried cleaning the front and back grill, the metal rods, the two metal strings (corona wire I think). Everytime I place everything back in I can see the spark and hear the noise still. The spark seems to come from the three little metal things that stick out on the bottom of the inside. They are located right under the metal rods. To see them you have take off the front grill and the metal rods. Can anyone help?
as far as I know there are very tiny screws along the sides of the unit. 4-6 screws. remove and make sure to safely put them somewhere and not loose them. good luck.
Posted on Feb 28, 2010
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Feb 19, 2015 | Oreck Air Purifiers
Hello Judy D.
As you might be aware the blinking LED indicates that a fault has been detected.
Check that the ionizing wires supports have not started to 'track' this will appear as a hair-like discolouration across the supports surface. The 'track' may be very thin and hard to spot.
This can be caused by dirt that has started to burn into the surface by arcing.
If you find any 'tracks' then try to clean them off with a mild solvent like pure alchohol.
Another thing to try is to run the unit in total darkness and look into the grills to see if there is any arcing or sparking happening.
Let us know the outcome.
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