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Problem Reason Solution
Unit does not turn on. 1. Power Cord 1. Check to make sure
power cord is plugged
2. Check to make sure
switch is in the on posi-
3. AHPCO™ Cell
3. Check to make
sure UV lamp within
AHPCO™ Cell in
plugged in completely.
Unit is not reducing 1. Defective AHPCO™ 1. Check to make sure
odors. Cell the AHPCO™ Cell has
a blue glow. If you see
no glow or the glow has
turned to a purple color,
Step 3 Important Safety Instructions When operating electrical appliances, basic precautions should always be fol- Remove three (3) wing-nuts secur- lowed. ing the AHPCO Cell in place. Then slide the AHPCO Cell up and out of WARNING To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or injury: the unit. • Do not use outdoors or on wet surfaces. • Use only as described in this manual. • Do not use with damaged cord or plug. If appliance is not working as it should, CAUTION has been dropped, damaged, l
Induct 9 Installation Instructions Step 1 Tear out the cutout template and trace the circle onto the ductwork and cut hole . Step 2 Remove the wax paper from the gasket.
If you do not have a hole saw tear this page off and cut the circle out. Then place on the ductwork in desired position and trace the rectangle. Drill holes as indicated and then use a jig saw or metal cutting snips to cut out the circle. Step 3 Insert unit into pre-cut hole. Cut Out Step 4 Drill the metal tapping screws in to hold unit in place.
Read all instructions carefully before operating Step 4 your air purifier. Plug the power cord into an electrical outlet. You may optionally have an electrician wire the air purifier to your HVAC unit so that the air purifier only operates when your HVAC fan is running. Once the unit is plugged in the indicator light should glow to indicate the AHPCO Cell is working properly. Table of Contents Safety Instructions and Cautions 1 Table of Contents 2 Warranty 3 Maintenance and Customer Service
Warranty Maintenance and Customer Service If you require any additional information or have problems with your Air Oasis ap- Air Oasis gives you the following limited warranty for this product only if it was origi- pliance, you may call Air Oasis customer service at: nally purchased for residential or commercial use but, not resale from Air Oasis or 1-800-936-1764 an Air Oasis Authorized Retail Dealer. Please have your serial and model numbers, found on bottom of the unit, handy Air Oasis will
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