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Dead Light Bulbs on my Air Purifier?

Posted by admin on May 15, 2016 in Air Purification with No Comments

So you have an air purifier and the indicator light bulb/bulbs have stopped working inside the unit, and you have no clue what this means, nor do you know if you should stop using your air purifier or not. Well, Alpine Air Technologies is here to help you, and you’ve came to the right place to deal with your air purifier’s issue.

First and foremost, you can disregard the indicator light bulb/bulbs within your unit, as long as your unit it working up to par. Often times, these light bulbs simply burn out over time due to your air purifier being old. The key here, to determine if any issues persist with the broken light bulb/bulbs don’t persist, is to observe the environment in which you are utilizing your air purifier in. Pay close attention to detail in where there is dust accumulation and isn’t. If you can observe some sense of clean and fresh air in your home, as well as notice dust accumulation on the surfaces in the room, chances are, your air purifier is working just fine. The dust tells us that your air purifier is picking and attracting all the dust and releasing it onto the surfaces of the floor and other objects around.

On the other hand, if you fail to sense any clean sort of fresh air, and don’t see much dust accumulation on the surfaces within the room, chances are your air purifier has an mechanical problem inside itself, which is why you’re seeing the light bulb/bulbs not working. In this case, you will have to take a visit to our repairs page of our website to see if your unit can be repaired, and if not, what the other available options are for you.

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