Blueair Air Purifiers - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support
I would like to clean
The disassembly is simple. Remove the four screws you noted at the top of the unit. Each side panel will then slide up about a half inch. Pull outward and they're off. (The bottom is held on by tabs on the unit and slots on the panels). Clean it with a combination of vacuum and compressed air. Wipe the blades down with a mild cleaning detergent. (Spray it on the rag and not on the unit to keep the electronics safe). When re-assembling, be CAREFUL...the two panels are not identical. One has the spot for the light bulb. Carefully replace this panel so as not to break the light. Align both panels well by pushing down so the slots re-engage the tabs, and you're done.
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on May 07, 2019
Air purifier filter smells bad
That's interesting... I doubt it is the filter if the new filter did the same. It might help if you take a fan and blow it through the area behind the filter, or maybe even spraying some Lysol in it, because my best guess is that something inside the purifier is what is causing the smell. Hope this helps!
on Jun 25, 2015
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