Brookstone Air Purifiers - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support
We have lost our manual,
I have a .pdf of the manual I can send you. I just run mine throught the dishwasher by themselves. The manual says to do that or hand wash them in the sink. Just make sure they are thoroughly dry before putting them back in.
Same prob here too.
If I cannot find the replacemnt part for the motor,we cannot remove the housing over the fan, looks like planned obsolesence to us! I will have 2 UV bulb replacements I just ordered from Brookstone for 20 each, will sell these to whomever would like them. KMWS
Clean Filter Red light
I cleaned the filters as well earlier and the red filter light still blincked to clean the filters. Then I pushed the power button for about 10 seconds continously and then turned it on and the light turned off.
How do i clean my Brookstone Pure-Ion Uv Air Purifier
BrookstonePure-Ion® Pro. Air .... Use this unit only for its intended use as described in thismanual . 4 . .... Position the unit so the cleaner air flows to your desired location .
Brookstone Pure-ion Advanced
make sure the filter is seated in the unit correctly there is a right and wrong way and unless the connection is made it won't start
Cleaning the filter
Yes to get the clean filter light to go off, you have to clean filter, put back in the machine, and hold down the power button for 3 secs to reset it. the clean filter light will go off!
11/18/2015 11:54:24 AM •
on Nov 18, 2015
Find out the electronic circuit voltage
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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