AIR PURIFIER
MODEL NO: APA240
PART NO: 3230512
OPERATION & MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing this CLARKE Air Purifier.
The APA240 Air Purifier reduces the amount of animal dander (skin cell
particles), pollen, and industrial pollutants in the air, and therefore improves
the air quality. It also filters out ultra-fine particles larger than 20 nanometers,
including bacteria and some viruses.
For the best results, you should place the air purifier in a room where you spend
most of your time, e.g. the living room or bedroom.
Before attempting to use this product, please read this manual thoroughly and
follow the instructions carefully. In doing so you will ensure the safety of yourself
and that of others around you, and you can look forward to your purchase
giving you long and satisfactory service.
GUARANTEE
This product is guaranteed against faulty manufacture for a period of 12
months from the date of purchase. Please keep your receipt which will be
required as proof of purchase.
This guarantee is invalid if the product is found to have been abused or
tampered with in any way, or not used for the purpose for which it was
intended.
Faulty goods should be returned to their place of purchase, no product can
be returned to us without prior permission.
This guarantee does not effect your statutory rights.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Power source
230 Volts AC 50Hz
IP Rating
IPX0
Electrical Insulation Class
II
Operation temperature
5 - 40ºC
Dimensions (L x W x H)
240 mm x 380 mm x 675 mm
Weight
8.7 kg
Filter Types
Pre-filter,
Multi-function,
HEPA,
Activated Carbon
Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) Rating;
Smoke
Dust
Pollen
170 cfm
175 cfm
175 cfm
Air Flow Rate
240 m3/h
Filtration Rate
99.9%
Maximum room size
24 m2
Sound Pressure Level
Under 70 dB
Sound Power Level
Under 70 dB
ENVIRONMENTAL RECYCLING POLICY
Through purchase of this product, the customer is taking on the
obligation to deal with the WEEE in accordance with the WEEE
regulations in relation to the treatment, recycling & recovery and
environmentally sound disposal of the WEEE.
In effect, this means that this product must not be disposed of with general
household waste. It must be disposed of according to the laws governing
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) at a recognised disposal
facility.
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SAFETY WARNINGS
CAUTION: FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE PRECAUTIONS COULD RESULT IN
PERSONAL INJURY, AND/OR DAMAGE TO PROPERTY.
1. Please read this user manual carefully before using the appliance and
save it for future reference.
2. Do not clean the appliance with water or any other liquid or (flammable)
detergent to avoid electric shock and/or fire hazard.
3. Check if the voltage indicated on the rating label corresponds to the local
mains voltage before you connect the appliance.
4. Do not use the appliance if the plug, the power cable or the appliance
itself is damaged. contact your Clarke dealer or similarly qualified persons
to replace it in order to avoid a hazard.
5. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the
appliance.
6. Do not block the air inlet and outlet, e.g. by placing items on the air outlet
or in front of the air inlet.
7. This appliance is not a substitute for the proper ventilation, regular vacuum
cleaning or use of an extractor hood or fan while cooking.
8. If the wall socket used to power the appliance has poor connections, the
plug of the appliance could become hot. Make sure you plug the
appliance into a properly connected wall socket.
9. Always place and use the appliance on a dry, stable, and level surface.
10. Leave at least 20 cm free space behind and on both sides of the
appliance and leave at least 30 cm free space above.
11. Do not place anything on top of the appliance and do not sit on it.
12. Do not place the appliance where condensation could drip onto it.
13. Ensure all filters are properly installed before switching on the appliance..
14. Always lift or move the appliance by the handle at the rear.
15. Do not insert foreign objects into the air outlet.
16. Do not use this appliance when you have used indoor smoke-type insect
repellents or in places with oily residues, burning incense or chemical
fumes.
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17. Do not use near gas appliances, heaters or fireplaces.
18. Always unplug the appliance after use and before you clean it.
19. Do not use in a room with major temperature changes as this may cause
condensation inside the appliance.
20. To prevent interference, place the appliance at least 2 m away from
electrical appliances that use airborne radio waves such as TVs, radios and
radio-controlled clocks.
21. The appliance is only intended for household use under normal operating
conditions.
22. Do not use the appliance in wet surroundings or in surroundings with high
ambient temperatures, such as the bathroom, toilet or kitchen.
23. The appliance does not remove carbon monoxide (CO) or radon (Rn). It
cannot be used as a safety device in case of accidents with combustion
processes and hazardous chemicals.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
WARNING! Read these electrical safety instructions thoroughly
before connecting the product to the mains supply.
Before switching the product on, make sure that the voltage of your electricity supply is
the same as that indicated on the rating plate. This product is designed to operate on
230VAC 50Hz. Connecting it to any other power source may cause damage.
This product may be fitted with a non-rewireable plug. If it is necessary to change the
fuse in the plug, the fuse cover must be refitted. If the fuse cover becomes lost or
damaged, the plug must not be used until a suitable replacement is obtained.
If the plug has to be changed because it is not suitable for your socket, or due to
damage, it should be cut off and a replacement fitted, following the wiring instructions
shown below. The old plug must be disposed of safely, as insertion into a mains socket
could cause an electrical hazard.
WARNING! The wires in the power cable of this product are
coloured in accordance with the following code:
Blue = Neutral
Brown = Live
If the colours of the wires in the power cable of this product do not correspond with the
markings on the terminals of your plug, proceed as follows.
• The wire which is coloured Blue must be connected to the terminal which is
marked N .
• The wire which is coloured Brown must be connected to the terminal which is
marked L .
Plug must be BS1363/A approved.
Always fit a 13 Amp fuse.
Live
Neutral
(Brown)
(Blue)
Ensure that the outer sheath of the cable is firmly held by the clamp
We strongly recommend that this machine is connected to the mains supply via a
Residual Current Device (RCD)
If in any doubt, consult a qualified electrician. DO NOT attempt any repairs yourself.
This symbol indicates that this is a Class II product, and does not
require an earth connection.
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OVERVIEW
THE FILTRATION SYSTEM
The air purifier uses a multi-stage filtration system to achieve high air quality:
STAGE 1: PRE-FILTER
The pre-filter has been treated with antibacterial substances and captures
large particles such as human and pet hair etc.
STAGE 2: MULTI-FUNCTION (ANTIBACTERIAL/ANTI-FUNGAL) FILTER
The second stage filter captures small particles such as pollen. Also using
antibacterial and anti-fungal properties, it can remove bacterial and fungal
spores.
STAGE 3: HIGH PERFORMANCE HEPA FILTER
The high-performance composite HEPA filter with anti-bacterial coating
effectively removes fine dust and cigarette smoke, while the antibacterial and
anti-mould functions of the organic antibacterial materials eliminate germs
and mould.
STAGE 4: ACTIVATED CARBON FILTER
The activated carbon filter can effectively absorb volatile organic
compounds (VOCs), reducing odors and harmful gases.
STAGE 5: PLASMA FILTER
This is an ionization filter which generates electrically charged air or gas
ions. These ions attach to airborne particles which are then
electrostatically attracted to a charged collector plate, removing them
from the air in the room.
THE CONTROL SYSTEM
The control system automatically adjusts the operation in response to
pollutant changes detected in the air. The visual display on the front of the
appliance changes colour to indicate the air quality detected: blue being the
cleanest level, ranging through green to red, indicating poor air quality.
The light sensitive Auto mode operation re-sets the appliance to run quietly at
night and adjusts airflow while people are sleeping. It then adjusts to Day
mode when light is detected.
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DESIGN FEATURES
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DESIGN FEATURES
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DESCRIPTION
1
Control Panel
2
Air Quality sensor outlet
3
Air Quality sensor panel
4
Air Quality sensor inlet
5
Light Sensor
6
Remote control receiver
7
Air Quality display
8
Air inlet (around four sides)
9
Remote controller
10
Handle
11
Plasma filter
12
Air outlet
13
Power cable storage facility
14
Mains power cable
15
Panel on/off interlock switch
16
Activated carbon filter
17
HEPA filter
18
Multi-functional filter
19
Pre-filter
20
Removable front panel
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INSTALLING THE FILTERS
The appliance comes with all filters fitted inside, but you must remove the
packaging from each one before using the appliance. Remove the filters,
discard the packaging and re-fit to the appliance as follows:
NOTE: Make sure you insert each filter in the correct position.
1. Gently pull the top of the front
panel towards you before lifting
the hooks at the bottom of the
panel away from the bottom of
the appliance.
2. Remove the pre-filter by gripping
the two flanges and pulling the
filter towards you.
3. Remove all packing material from
the new filters.
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4. Refit the activated carbon filter
into the appliance.
NOTE: Ensure that the side with the
tab is pointing towards you.
5. Refit the HEPA filter into the
appliance.
NOTE: Ensure that the side with the
tab is pointing towards you.
6. Refit the multi-functional filter
back into the appliance.
NOTE: Ensure that the side with the
tab is pointing towards you.
7. Refit the pre-filter back into the
appliance.
NOTE: Ensure that the side with the
two projections are pointing
towards you.
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8. To re-attach the front panel, insert
the bottom hooks into the bottom
of the appliance, then press the
panel against the body of the
appliance.
• The appliance will not operate
without the front panel in its
correct position.
ACCESSORY STORAGE
POWER CABLE STORAGE
1. Push down the arrowhead on the
flap to open the compartment
and remove the power cable.
2. Extend the cable and close the
flap with the cable passing
through the gap provided in the
flap.
3. Always store the cable in the
compartment when not in use.
REMOTE CONTROL STORAGE
1. Remove the remote control from
its magnetic storage
compartment if required. It should
be stored here when not in use.
• The remote controller uses a
single CR2032 battery which
can be replaced as shown by
the diagram printed on the
back of the unit.
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CONTROL PANEL OPERATION
When the appliance is plugged into the power socket,
the POWER button (A) lights up in red.
Press the POWER button to start the appliance and the
light will change to blue. Press again to return to the
standby mode.
When the appliance is running, press the appropriate
indicator to select the following:
• HIGH SPEED (B). The fan will run at high speed.
• MID-SPEED (C) .The fan will run at mid speed.
• LOW-SPEED (D). The fan will run at low speed.
• SILENT-MODE (E). The unit will run at its slowest
speed as for night-time running.
• AIR QUALITY (F). The appliance will run at a speed
determined by the Air Quality Sensor. The Plasma
generator will be on by default. If the Air Quality
indicator flashes, the filters are becoming blocked
and will need replacing.
• PLASMA generator (G) will be operating by default
when the unit is running at one of the 3 selected
speeds.
• Item H is the light sensor. Select AUTO MODE using
the remote control and the appliance will detect
the level of background light to select DAY or NIGHT mode
automatically.
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REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION
All the controls on the machine
control panel are replicated on the
remote control unit with the addition
of the Auto-Mode (J). Press this
button to select AUTO-MODE.
When the Air Quality indicator
flashes, the filters are becoming
blocked and need replacement.
(See Maintenance on pages 17-19).
After replacing all the filters, press the
RESET button (K) on the remote
control for 2- seconds and the filter
service interval time will be re-set.
OPERATING MODES
When the appliance is first plugged in, you will hear a beep, indicating that
the appliance is operating normally.
If required, set the appliance running at high speed for fast initial cleaning of
the air before adjusting the control to a slower speed.
NORMAL OPERATING MODE
When the appliance is on, it will enter the NORMAL operating mode by
default. Press the fan speed button (H, M, L, SILENT) as required. The operating
status will be as follows:
• Press the fan speed button to adjust the fan speed as required, the
related fan speed light will be on.
• The Plasma filter will be operating by default. Press the ‘PLASMA’ button
to set the plasma filter on or off.
• The Air Quality indicator will be on by default. Press the ‘AIR QUALITY’
button to set the Air Quality indicator on or off.
AUTO MODE
Set the appliance in Auto mode by using the ‘AUTO’ button in the remote
control.
• The high, mid, or low fan speed indicator will all flash in turn, showing that
the appliance is running in AUTO mode.
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When set in AUTO mode, the appliance will switch to NIGHT or DAY Mode
automatically, (DAY Mode by default) according to the light level in the room.
When the light in the room is beginning to fade for more than 3 minutes, the
appliance will switch to Night Mode. Likewise, when the light has become
brighter for more than 5 minutes, the appliance will switch back to the Day
Mode.
In DAY Mode, the operating status will be as follows:
• The Plasma filter will be ON by default. Press the ‘PLASMA’ button to set
the Plasma filter on or off.
• The Air Quality indicator will be on by default. Press the ‘AIR QUALITY’
button to switch the air quality indicator on or off.
• According to the air quality detected, the fan speed will be adjusted
automatically. When the air quality is poor, the fan will run at high speed;
if fair quality mid speed and if good, will run at low speed.
In NIGHT Mode, the operating status will be as follows:
• The Plasma filter will be ON by default. Press the ‘PLASMA’ button to set
the plasma generator on or off.
• The air quality indicator will be OFF by default. Press ‘AIR QUALITY’ button
to press this button to make the air quality indicator on or off.
• The appliance will switch to silent mode automatically.
AIR QUALITY INDICATION
AIR QUALITY INDICATION
Colour
Air Quality
Blue
Very Good
Green
Fair
Red
Poor
In order to display the air quality in a precise way, the air quality is divided into
32 grades and each is displayed by corresponding colours. With changing air
quality, the air quality indicator will change colour accordingly.
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ADJUSTING THE AIR QUALITY SENSOR SENSITIVITY
The appliance allows you to adjust the sensitivity of the air quality sensor for
the benefit of people with allergies or asthma. When it is set to a higher
sensitivity level, the appliance starts cleaning the air at lower pollution levels to
make the air cleaner. There are four sensitivity levels:
• Common
• Standard
• Sensitive
• Extra Sensitive
The pollution sensor is set to ‘standard’ sensitivity but you can adjust the
sensitivity of the air quality sensor in the following way:
1. If the appliance is already plugged in, unplug and wait for a few minutes.
before plugging back in.
2. In STANDBY mode, press AIR-QUALITY + HIGH-SPEED buttons. After the
buzzer sounds twice, the air quality sensor sensitivity has been set to extra
sensitive. This should be indicated by the corresponding indicator flashing
five times and confirmed immediately after pressing the power button to
turn on the appliance.
3. In STANDBY mode, press AIR-QUALITY+MID-SPEED buttons. After the buzzer
sounds twice, the air quality sensor sensitivity has been set to sensitive level.
4. In STANDBY mode, press AIR-QUALITY+LOW-SPEED buttons. After the buzzer
sounds twice, the air quality sensor sensitivity has been set to standard
level.
5. In STANDBY mode, press AIR-QUALITY+SILENCE buttons. After the buzzer
sounds twice, the air quality sensor sensitivity has been set to common
level.
• The sensitivity level can be confirmed by the corresponding indicator
flashing five times immediately after pressing the power button to turn
on the appliance.
NOTE: The appliance automatically starts operating at the pre-set
sensitivity level when switched on again.
SENSITIVITY SETTING INQUIRY
In STANDBY mode, press the air quality indicator button to check the sensor
sensitivity setting. Exit after the corresponding sensitivity indicate light flashes
five times or exit by pressing other buttons (except for the reset button).
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MAINTENANCE
WARNING: ALWAYS UNPLUG THE APPLIANCE BEFORE PERFORMING ANY
CLEANING OR MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS.
CLEANING
Regularly clean the body of the appliance to prevent dust from collecting.
1. Wipe away dust with a soft dry cloth from the body and air inlet area of the
appliance.
IMPORTANT: Never immerse the appliance in water or any other liquid.
Never use aggressive or flammable cleaning agents such as bleach or
alcohol to clean any part of the appliance.
IMPORTANT: Only the pre-filter is washable. The other filters should be
replaced if heavily contaminated or indicated by the machine.
PRE-FILTER
1. If the pre-filter is very dirty, use a soft brush to brush away the dust while it is
dry. You can alternatively remove the dust with a vacuum cleaner.
2. Remove the pre-filter as shown on page 10 & wash under a running tap.
3. Air-dry the pre-filter and make sure it is completely dry. 4
4. Re-fit the pre-filter into the appliance.
AIR QUALITY SENSOR
Clean the air quality sensor every 2 months for optimum functioning of the
appliance. Clean it more frequently if you use the appliance in a dusty
environment.
NOTE: When the humidity level in the room is very high, it is possible that
condensation can develop on the air quality sensor. As a result,
the AIR QUALITY light on the control panel may indicate that the
air quality is poor even though the air quality is good. In this case,
it is necessary to clean the air quality sensor.
1. Remove the air quality sensor cover.
2. Clean the air quality sensor, the air inlet and air outlet with a lightly
moistened cotton swab.
3. Dry them with a dry cotton swab.
4. Reattach the air quality sensor cover.
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FILTER REPLACEMENT
This appliance is equipped with a feature to ensure that the filters are in good
condition when the appliance is operating. When one of the filters is almost full
and has to be cleaned or replaced, the ‘Air Quality’ light starts to flash. If you
do not replace the Multi-function, HEPA and Activated Carbon filters, the
appliance stops operating and is locked off.
FIRST ALERT TO CHANGE THE FILTERS
The filter function will be relatively poor near the end of its working life. The air
quality light will flash to remind the user to change the filters.
SECOND ALERT TO CHANGE THE FILTERS
If you do not replace the filters in time after the first alert, approximately 3
weeks later the Air Quality light will flash and the buzzer sound every 30
minutes to remind you to replace the filters.
FILTER REPLACEMENT LOCK
If you do not replace the filters in time during the first and second alerts, the
appliance will be locked off. After operating for approx 3 weeks, the
appliance will stop working and the Power light and Air Quality light will flash
with a continuous beep.
• How long it takes before the appliance is locked out depends on the
room air quality after the filter replacement alert.
• When the appliance is locked out, you will hear a beep when you press
any button. You can shut down the appliance by pressing and holding
the on/off button.
If the appliance is locked out:
1. Switch off the appliance and unplug it.
2. Replace the appropriate filters as follows:.
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REPLACING THE FILTERS AND RESETTING THE APPLIANCE
REPLACING THE FILTERS
Remove and re-fit the filters as shown on page 10.
RESETTING THE APPLIANCE
1. After filter replacement, plug in and turn back on.
• The ‘Power On’ sound will be heard when the appliance reaches
STANDBY status.
2. Press the RESET button on the hand controller for 2 seconds. When the
buzzer sounds once, the service scheduling of the filters has been cleared
and re-set. The Air Quality light will be ON, indicating that the re-set has
been successful.
NOTE: The RESET button at the Air Quality Sensor inlet can clear the filter
service schedule and restart it at any time. Do not press the Reset
button when the filter replacement light is not flashing.
NOTE: Only replace the filters when the ‘Air Quality’ light flashes. If you
replace the filters before the ‘Air Quality’ light starts flashing, the
service schedule will not be reset but will continue counting the
lifetime of the previous filters. As a result, the ‘Air Quality’ will start
flashing and the appliance be locked off far too soon.
REPLACEMENT FILTERS
Replacement filters are available from your local Clarke dealer as:
• YEAP24004 - Front Pre-filter
• YEAP24005 - Multi-Function filter
• YEAP24006 - HEPA filter
• YEAP24043 - Activated Carbon filter
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Solution
No operation.
One or more of the filters have not been
replaced, such that the appliance is now
locked and must be reset following the
installation of the new filter(s).
No air coming from the outlet.
Appliance is not switched on or plugged in.
The fan speed does not
change when the AUTO mode
is activated.
If the room becomes dark, the night mode
is automatically activated when the
appliance is in AUTO mode. In this case, the
fan speed is set to a low level. To re-set the
fan speed, select it manually using the Low,
Medium and High buttons.
Weak airflow coming from the
air outlet.
The pre-filter may be dirty and require
cleaning. See page 17.
Packing material attached to the filters
which should have been removed.
Air quality does not improve
although the appliance has
been running for some time.
Check all the filters have been installed in
the appliance and are correctly installed in
the following order: 1) Activated Carbon, 2)
HEPA filter, 3) Multi-function filter, 4) Pre-filter.
The Air Quality Sensor is damp. The humidity
level in the room is very high and is causing
condensation. Confirm that the sensor is
clean and dry. See maintenance on p 17.
The room in which you are using the
appliance is too large (over 24m2), which is
the maximum recommended room size.
The colour of the Air Quality
display remains the same.
The air quality sensor is dirty and requires
cleaning. See Maintenance on p17.
Insufficient ventilation in the room. Open a
window to improve ventilation.
The appliance is noisy.
Packing material still attached to the filters.
Check that it is all removed.
The appliance still indicates
that the filter needs replacing
but this has already been
done.
The filter re-set button was not pressed after
changing the filters.
With the appliance running, press the reset
button on the controller, or the reset button
at the air inlet of the air quality sensor for 2
seconds.
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Problem
Solution
If the system has been re-set, the buzzer will
sound and the light on the air quality sensor
will indicate that the reset has been
successful.
COMPONENT PART LIST
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Front Panel
23
Air Quality Sensor Cover
2
Front Panel Frame
24
Air Quality Sensor Sponge
3
Magnetic Tablet 1
25
Magnet
4
Pre-Filter
26
Side Handle
5
Multi-Function Filter
27
Remote Controller
6
HEPA Filter
28
Rear Panel Assembly
7
Control Board Cover
29
Power Cable Cover
8
Magnetic Tablet 2
30
Clamp
9
Magnet Holder
31
Clamp Spring
10
Magnet
32
Clamp Cover
11
Micro-switch
33
Power Cable Box
12
Keys Contact
34
Fan
13
Keys Cover
35
Motor Bracket
14
Control Keys
36
Fan Motor
15
Control Keyboard
37
Air Channel
16
Control Key panel
38
Plasma Generator
17
Front Panel Assembly
39
Base
18
Dust Sensor
40
Rubber Foot
19
Air Quality Sensor Plate
41
Main Control Board
20
Air Quality Sensor Box
42
Air Quality Indicating Lights
21
Motor Wires Clamp
43
Activated Carbon Filter
22
Front Panel Securing Clamp
44
Switch Clamp
Filters shown in bold text are available as replacements shown on page19.
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COMPONENT PARTS
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
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