About Honeywell 50250 Air Cleaner User Manual
When using electrical appliances, basic precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, and injury to persons, including the following:
- Read all instructions before operating the air purifier.
- Place air purifier where it is not easily knocked over by persons in the household.
- Always turn the air purifier to the OFF position and unplug from the wall outlet when not in use.
- To disconnect the air purifier, first turn control to the OFF position, grip the plug and pull it from the wall outlet. Never pull by the cord.
- Do not use any product with a damaged cord or plug or if product malfunctions, is dropped or damaged in any manner. Keep the cord away from heated surfaces.
- Do not use air purifier outdoors.
- Never use air purifier unless it is fully assembled.
- Do not run power cord under carpets, and do not cover with throw rugs. Arrange cord such that it will not be tripped over.
- Do not use air purifier where combustible gases or vapors are present.
- Do not expose the air purifier to rain, or use near water, in a bathroom, laundry area or other damp location.
- The air purifier must be used in its upright position.
- Do not allow foreign objects to enter ventilation or exhaust opening as this may cause electric shock or damage to the air purifier. Do not block air outlets or intakes.
- Locate air purifier near the outlet and avoid using an extension cord.
- This appliance has a polarized plug (one blade is wider than the other). To reduce the risk of shock, this plug is intended to fit only one way in a polarized outlet. If the plug does not fit fully in the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit, contact a qualified electrician. DO NOT attempt to defeat this safety feature.
- A loose fit between the AC outlet (receptacle) and plug may cause overheating and a distortion of the plug. Contact a qualified electrician to replace loose or worn outlet.
- Do not sit, stand or place heavy objects on the air purifier.
- Disconnect power supply before servicing.
Honeywell 50250 Air Cleaner Set-up
- Select a firm, level and flat location. For proper air flow, locate the unit at least 3 feet (1 meter) from any wall or furniture.
- Due to the large volume of air drawn towards the air purifier, surrounding areas should be cleaned and/or vacuumed frequently to prevent dust buildup. If the unit is placed on light colored carpeting, a small mat or rug should be used to ease cleaning and prevent any permanent staining of carpeting. This is particularly important in homes with heavier contamination from smoking or fireplaces.
- Locate pre-filter in the box and install before initial operation. Refer to “Removing/Changing the Filters” section for proper installation.
Honeywell 50250 Air Cleaner Operation
- LOCATE PRE-FILTER IN THE BOX AND INSTALL BEFORE INITIAL OPERATION. Refer to “Removing/Changing the Filters” section for proper installation.
- Ensure the air purifier is plugged into a working electrical outlet and the Power Knob is turned to the OFF position.
- Allow the unit to operate for a few seconds at turbo speed, then leave the control knob in the turbo position for faster, more powerful room cleaning, or move the knob to the sleep setting for quieter operation.
It is recommended you run your air purifier 24 hours a day to ensure continuous cleaning. Portable air purifiers are more effective in rooms where all doors and windows are closed.
Filter Maintenance Calendar: Model 50100 Series
The air purifier model 50100 series is equipped with a Filter Maintenance Calendar wheel which serves as a convenient reminder for you to check and replace the pre-filter and clean the HEPA filter based on the air purifier’s hours of use. Upon starting your air purifier and upon every pre-filter replacement, roll the pre-filter change calendar ahead three months to indicate when the next filter replacement is necessary. Upon starting your air purifier and upon every HEPA filter cleaning, roll the HEPA filter calendar ahead 6 to 9 months (depending upon use) to indicate when cleaning the HEPA filter is necessary.
Intelli-Check™ Filter Indicator: Models 50150, 50200, 50250, 50300 Series
The Intelli-Check™ Filter Indicators serve as a convenient guideline for when to clean the LifeTime HEPA™ Permanent Filter and when to replace the carbon pre-filter. Depending upon your individual usage (environment and hours used), you may need to clean/replace the filters more or less frequently.
When the HEPA Filter Indicator Light turns on, it’s time to clean your HEPA filter. The Intelli-Check™ reminder for when to clean the HEPA filter is intended as a guideline only as the performance of the filter media is dependent on the concentration of the contaminants to which the system is exposed. If there are sources of large amounts of contaminant generation (such as dust from woodworking or heavy smoking) the HEPA filter in your air purifier may need to be cleaned more often. For instructions on how to clean your HEPA filter, refer to section “Cleaning the LifeTime HEPA™ Permanent Filter” in this manual.
Reset Filter Indicator/Turn Light Off: Models 50150, 50200, 50250, 50300 Series
To Reset Filter Indicator Fig 1
- Once the filter has been checked and cleaned or replaced as needed, the filter indicator will need to be reset.
- With the unit powered on, press and hold the appropriate filter indicator button down for approximately 10 seconds until the light turns off (Fig. 1).
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