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Sunbeam 2585 User's Manual
HOW YOUR SUNBEAM
ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANER WORKS
The air around you is filled with thousands of particles
of air pollution. Some of the pollutants - dust, smoke
and lint are visible to the naked eye, but most of the
pollutants - pollen and bacteria, to name a few are
microscopic in size. Your SUNBEAM electronic air
cleaner has been designed to let you enjoy a refreshing experience in clean air living.
INSTRUCTIONS
A. Remove plastic bag covering the air cleaner.
B. Select location for air cleaner with electrical outlet
nearby. Remember, air cleaner must be placed so
there is unobstructed free circulation of air into
and out of the unit.
OPERATION
Polluted air enters the air cleaner through the front
(Figure 1). The aluminum pre-filter 1 (Figure 2) on the
inside of the front grill of the unit will help remove some
of the large particles of pollution as dirty air is drawn in.
Once inside the unit, the pollution particles in the dirty
air receive a powerful positive electrical charge as
they pass through the ionizing section 2 The positive
charged particles then enter a collecting section 3
with alternately charged positive and negative (ground)
plates. The particles are repelled from the positive
plates and attracted to the oppositely charged plates
and remain there through natural adhesion until removed by the washing process. The air then passes
through a charcoal filter 4 that helps remove household odors. Next the electronically cleaned air
passes back into the room through the top grill.
A. Plug the power cord into any standard household
electrical outlet. (See data label on bottom of unit
for electrical specifications and power consumption.
B. Turn unit on by turning the On/Off switch to the
desired blower speed. (Low, Medium or High)
(See Figure 3). Until your unit is adequately
broken in, blower motor speed should be set on
High for one minute initially before switching to
desired setting. Your electronic air cleaner is
designed for continuous operation . . . peak efficiency is obtained if the air cleaner remains on
constantly.
Figure 1
1.
PRE-FILTER,
2. ION!ZER
3.
COLLECTOR
4. OPTIONAL CHARCOAL
/ AFTER-FILTER
Figure 3
Figure 2
This appliance has a polarized plug (one blade is
wider than the other). As a safety feature, this plug
will fit in a polarized outlet only one way. 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.
NOTE: You may notice an occasional, infrequent
sharp snapping sound coming from the unit. This is
a normal occurrence called “arcing” and results as
large particles of dust are collected in the ionizingcollecting cell. Should prolonged or continuous arcing occur, the ionizing-collecting cell should be
thoroughly cleaned and dried. (See Cleaning Instructions).
CARE OF CABINET
CELL
HANDLE
CABINET:
You should treat the cabinet of your air cleaner as you
would any other piece of fine furniture. Soft cloths and
furniture polish will keep it clean and attractive for
many years.
/
CELL
LOCKING
LATCH
OZONE
Under normal operating conditions all electrostatic air
cleaners produce minute quantities of ozone as an
incidental by-product, as do televisions and other
electrical appliances. Scientific measurements taken
with the most accurate equipment available show the
range of ozone emitted from a Sunbeam electronic air
cleaner is between .005 and .02 ppm. This is between
l/20 and l/5 of the established safe limits of 0.1 ppm. It
is a negligible figure, in fact, if this amount of ozone is
considered to be harmful, it is dangerous to take an
afternoon walk in the park on a summer day.
Figure 5
TO REMOVE CELL FOR CLEANING
Cell will need cleaning about every four to eight weeks
when air cleaner is in constant use.
A. Turn off unit and unplug from electrical power
source.
B. Remove cabinet top. Cabinet top is easily removed
by pressing down on tab located on top of front
grill (Fig. 4); while pressing down on tab with one
hand, slide cabinet top with other hand slowly
toward front grill about one inch until unlocked.
Cabinet top can now be lifted up and off.
Figure 6
D. Slide pre-filter upward from front of cell (Figure 7).
Figure 4
C. Push cell locking latch (Figure 5) away from cell
while lifting cell out of the cabinet using the two
small handles on the top of the cell (Figure 6).
Figure 7
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E. Slide charcoal filter upward from back of cell
(Figure 8).
D. After the cell has soaked sufficiently, it should be
shaken vigorously in water until clean. (Figure 9).
Figure 9
Figure 8
E. Thoroughly rinse both sides of cell. If a sprayer is
available, spray with water (Figure 10). Check to
make sure cell plates are clean.
REPLACEMENT OF CHARCOAL FILTER
F. Repeat (C) to (E) if necessary.
ACTIVATED CHARCOAL FILTER HELPS REMOVE
HOUSEHOLD ODORS:
Washing the charcoal filter with soap and water will
destroy its ability to adsorb odor. However, lint and dirt
build-up can be removed with a vacuum cleaner using
a brush attachment.
Odor adsorption effectiveness will gradually deteriorate and the charcoal filter should be replaced every
three months.
TO CLEAN CELL
NOTE: When handling collecting cell, extreme care
should be taken so fine ionizing wires and metal plates
are not damaged. (Do not wash charcoal filter.)
Figure 10
A. Slide out pre-filter located on front of cell. Rinse
thoroughly with clean warm water. Set aside to dry.
G. Shake as much water out of the cell as possible
and allow at least one hour for cell to dry.
B Use dishwashing detergent and the hottest water
available to make a good soaking solution.
H. Check to make sure cell is thoroughly dry and
replace in unit as described below.
NOTE: If cell is extremely dirty, spray the cell with a
household cleaning agent such as 409, Fantastik or
Lysol, let soak five (5) minutes before proceeding to
washing instructions.
TO REPLACE CELL AFTER CLEANING
NOTE: Use label located on top of cell for proper
placement of filters into cell and for replacing
cell into unit. Unit will not operate properly if
cell is not replaced correctly.
C. Completely immerse the cell and soak for 20 to 30
minutes.
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D. Replace cabinet top by positioning over the unit
(Figure 14). Gently slide top forward until top
engages locking tabs (Figure 15). Slide top until
flush with the back of the unit (Figure 16).
A. Slide the pre-filter in the slots provided in the front
of the cell (Figure 11).
Figure 11
B Slide the charcoal filter in the slots provided in the
back of the cell (Figure 12).
Figure 14
Figure 12
C. Using cell handles, align cell with the ribs on the
inside cabinet wall (Figure 13). Gently slide cell
into place.
Figure 15
- CELL
HANDLE
Figure 13
Figure 16
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Figure 17
NOTE: An occasional “arcing” sound is normal when operating the unit immediately after
cleaning the cell and
should stop after a few minutes of operation.
TROUBLESHOOTING CHECK LIST
Many times service problems that appear to be major can be solved quite easily. The chart below lists potential problems
and how to correct them. Remember, check the simple things first.
CONDITION
Unit fails
WHAT TO CHECK
WHAT TO DO
1. Power cord
2. On/Off Switch
3. Cabinet Top is properly
installed.
4. Cell is properly installed.
1. Plug in power cord.
2. Set On/Off switch for desired blower speed.
3. Refer to Item D, Page 4.
Unit does not
operate at Low speed.
Setting of On/Off switch
Set On/Off switch on High. Run unit for one
minute and reset On/Off switch at Low speed.
Unit does not
remove pollutants.
Ionizer-Collector Cell
Wash ionizer-collector cell by following the
directions listed in “To Clean Cell”. Operate unit
for one week, remove the cell and look at the
cell. If operating correctly, the cell will have a
collection of “adhered pollutants” attached to
the plates of the cell.
Unit sparks,
crackles and pops.
Ionizer-Collector Cell
Wash ionizer-collector cell. Make sure cell is
thoroughly dry.
Unit still does not
operate properly.
Re-check the above points
Have unit serviced.
to turn on.
4. To properly install the cell, make sure the
side of the cell with three notches at the
bottom is located next to the switch.
NOTES:
1.
2.
Discoloration of aluminum collector cell plates is normal with use, even after cleaning,
Blowing smoke directly into the front grill is not a test for unit performance.
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REPLACEMENT
PARTS
MODEL NO.
Key Number
Part Number
1
347166-001
Cabinet Top
2
342480-001
Pre-Filter
3
442415001
Ionizer-Collector
4
6571
Charcoal Filter (Set of 2)*
2585
SUNBEAM TABLE TOP
ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANER
6
Description
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MODEL 2585
TABLE TOP ELECTRONIC
AIR CLEANER
OWNER’S
MANUAL
The Model Number will be found on the name plate attached to the
bottom of the SUNBEAM Electronic Air Cleaner. Always mention the
Model Number when requesting service or repair parts for your SUNBEAM Electronic Air Cleaner.
WHEN ORDERING REPAIR PARTS, ALWAYS GIVE THE FOLLOWING
INFORMATION:
1. Part Number
HOW TO ORDER
2. Part Description
3. Model Number 2585
. 4. Name of Item - SUNBEAM Table Top
Electronic Air Cleaner
REPAIR PARTS
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