Philips AC3257/20 Owner's manual

Philips AC3257/20 Owner's manual
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User Manual
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Contents
1 Important 2
2 Your air purifier 5
Safety 2
Product overview (fig. a) 5
Controls overview (fig. b) 5
3 Getting started 6
4 Using the appliance 7
5 Cleaning 9
Installing filters 7 Troubleshooting 12
8 Guarantee and service 14
9 Notices 14
Order parts or accessories 14
Electromagnetic fields (EMF) 14
Recycling 15
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Understanding the air
quality light 7
Turning on and off 7
Changing the fan speed 7
Setting the timer 8
Setting the child lock 8
Using the light on/off function 8
Cleaning schedule 9
Cleaning the body of the
appliance 9
Cleaning the air quality sensor 9
Cleaning the pre-filter 10
6 Replacing the filter Understanding the healthy
air protect lock Replacing the filter Filter force reset Filter type change 10
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Important
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Safety
Read this user manual carefully before
you use the appliance, and save it for
future reference.
Danger
• Do not let water or any
other liquid or flammable
detergent enter the
appliance to avoid electric
shock and/or a fire
hazard.
• Do not clean the
appliance with water,
any other liquid, or a
(flammable) detergent to
avoid electric shock and/
or a fire hazard.
• Do not spray any
flammable materials
such as insecticides or
fragrance around the
appliance.
Warning
• Check if the voltage
indicated on the
appliance corresponds to
the local power voltage
before you connect the
appliance.
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If the power cord is
damaged, you must have
it replaced by Philips, a
service center authorized
by Philips, or similarly
qualified persons in order
to avoid a hazard.
Do not use the appliance
if the plug, the power
cord, or the appliance
itself is damaged.
This appliance can be
used by children aged
from 8 years and above
and persons with reduced
physical, sensory or
mental capabilities or
lack of experience and
knowledge if they have
been given supervision or
instruction concerning use
of the appliance in a safe
way and understand the
hazards involved. Child
shall not play with the
appliance. Cleaning and
maintenance shall not be
made by children without
supervision.
Do not block the air inlet
and outlet, e.g. by placing
items on the air outlet or
in front of the air inlet.
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Make sure that foreign
objects do not fall into the
appliance through the air
outlet.
Caution
• This appliance is not
a substitute for proper
ventilation, regular
vacuum cleaning, or use
of an extractor hood or
fan while cooking.
• If the power socket used
to power the appliance
has poor connections,
the plug of the appliance
becomes hot. Make
sure that you plug the
appliance into a properly
connected power socket.
• Always place and use the
appliance on a dry, stable,
level, and horizontal
surface.
• Leave at least 20cm free
space behind and on both
sides of the appliance
and leave at least 30cm
free space above the
appliance.
• Do not place anything on
top of the appliance.
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Do not sit or stand on
the appliance. Sitting or
standing on the appliance
may lead to potential
injuiry.
Do not place the
appliance directly below
an air conditioner to
prevent condensation
from dripping onto the
appliance.
Make sure all filters
are properly installed
before you switch on the
appliance.
Only use the original
Philips filters specially
intended for this
appliance. Do not use any
other filters.
Combustion of the filter
may cause inreversible
human hazard and/or
jeopardize other lives . Do
not use the filter as fuel or
for similar purpose.
Avoid knocking against
the appliance (the air inlet
and outlet in particular)
with hard objects.
Always lift or move the
appliance by the handle
on top of the appliance.
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Do not insert your fingers
or objects into the air
outlet or the air inlet to
prevent physical injury
or malfunctioning of the
appliance.
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.
Do not use the appliance
near gas appliances,
heating devices or
fireplaces.
Always unplug the
appliance after use
and before cleaning
or carrying out other
maintenance.
Do not use the appliance
in a room with major
temperature changes,
as this may cause
condensation inside the
appliance.
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To prevent interference,
place the appliance at
least 2 meters away from
electrical appliances that
use airborne radio waves
such as TVs, radios, and
radio-controlled clocks.
The appliance is only
intended for household
use under normal
operating conditions.
Do not use the appliance
in wet surroundings or in
surroundings with high
ambient temperatures,
such as the bathroom,
toilet, or kitchen.
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.
If you need to move the
appliance, disconnect the
appliance from the power
supply first.
Do not move the
appliance by pulling its
power cord.
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Your air purifier
Congratulations on your purchase, and
welcome to Philips!
To fully benefit from the support that
Philips offers, register your product at
www.philips.com/welcome.
Product overview (fig. a)
A
Control panel
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Air quality light
C
Air quality sensors
D
NanoProtect filter HEPA Series 3
* (FY3433)
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NanoProtect filter Active Carbon*
(FY3432)
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Pre-filter
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Front panel
Controls overview
(fig. b)
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On/Off button
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Child lock button
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Light on/off button
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Display screen
L
Fan speed button
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Timer button
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Reset button
*Hereinafter referred to as air
purification filter
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3 Getting started
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Put the pre-filter back into the
appliance (fig. h).
Note
Installing filters
The appliance comes with all filters
fitted inside. Remove the packaging
of the filters before you can use the
appliance. Remove all filters, unpack
them, and place them back into the
appliance described as follows.
Note
•• Make sure that the side with the tag is
pointing towards you.
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Pull the bottom part of the front
panel to remove it from the
appliance (fig. c).
Press the two clips down and pull
the pre-filter towards you (fig. d).
Remove all filters (fig. e).
Remove all packaging materials of
the air purification filters (fig. f).
Put the unpacked air purification
filters back into the appliance
(fig. g).
Note
•• Put the thick filter in the appliance first,
and then the thinner filter.
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•• Make sure that the side with the two
clips is pointing towards you, and that
all hooks of the pre-filter are properly
attached to the purifier.
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To reattach the front panel, mount
the panel onto the top of the
appliance first (1). Then, gently push
the panel against the body of the
appliance (2) (fig. i).
4 Using the
appliance
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Note
•• After the appliance is switched off by
the on/off button
, if the plug is still
in the power socket, the appliance will
operate under the previous settings
when it is switched on again.
Understanding the air
quality light
PM2.5
level
Air quality
light color
Air quality
level
≤35
Blue
Good
36-75
Blue-Purple
Fair
76-115
Purple-Red
Poor
>115
Red
Very poor
The air quality light automatically goes
on when the appliance is switched on,
and lights up all colors ien sequence.
In a short time the air quality sensors
select the color that corresponds to the
ambient air quality.
Turning on and off
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Put the plug of the appliance in the
power socket.
Touch
to switch on the appliance
(fig. j).
»» The appliance operates under
the Auto-purification mode by
default.
»» After measuring the air quality
for a short time, the air quality
sensor automatically selects the
color of the air quality light.
»» After measuring the particle
matters in the air, the appliance
shows the PM2.5 level on the
screen (fig. k).
Touch and hold
for 3 seconds to
switch off the appliance.
Changing the fan speed
There are several fan speeds available.
You can choose the Auto-purification
mode, allergen mode, speed 1, 2, 3, 4
or 5.
Auto-purification mode
In Auto-purification mode, the
appliance selects the fan speed
according to the ambient air quality.
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Touch the fan speed button
to
select the Auto-purification mode
(A) (fig. l).
Allergen mode
The specially designed allergen mode
can effectively remove common
allergens such as pollen, pet dander
and dust mite etc.
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Touch the fan speed button
select the allergen mode (AL)
(fig. m).
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Sleep mode
In sleep mode, the appliance operates
quietly under speed 1. One minute after
the sleep mode is selected, the power
and light on/off indicators are dimmed,
and all the other lights are off.
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Touch the fan speed button
to
select the sleep mode (speed 1)
(fig. n).
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Touch the fan speed button
repeatedly to select the fan speed
you need (fig. o).
Setting the timer
With the timer, you can let the
appliance operate for a set number of
hours. When the set time has elapsed,
the appliance will automatically switch
off.
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Touch the timer button
repeatedly to choose the number
of hours you want the appliance to
operate (fig. p).
»» The timer is available from 1 to
24 hours.
To deactivate the timer, touch the timer
button
repeatedly until
displays
on the screen.
Setting the child lock
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Touch and hold the child lock
button
for 3 seconds to activate
child lock (fig. q).
»» "L" displays on the screen for
3 seconds.
»» When the child lock is on,
all the other buttons are not
responsive.
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Touch and hold the child lock
button
for 3 seconds again to
deactivate child lock (fig. r).
»» "UL" displays on the screen for
3 seconds.
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Using the light on/off
function
With the light on/off button, you can
switch on or off the air quality light,
the display screen and the function
indicators if needed.
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Touch the light on/off button
once, the air quality light will go out.
Touch the light on/off button
again, the display screen and the
function indicators will go out. The
power on/off
and light on/off
indicators will still be on, but the
lights will be dimmed.
Touch the light on/off button
for
the third time, all lights will be on
again.
5 Cleaning
Note
•• Always unplug the appliance before
cleaning.
•• Never immerse the appliance in water
or any other liquid.
•• Never use abrasive, aggressive, or
flammable cleaning agents such as
bleach or alcohol to clean any part of
the appliance.
•• Only the pre-filter is washable. The air
purification filter is not washable nor
vacuum cleanable.
Cleaning schedule
Frequency
Cleaning method
When necessary
Wipe the surface
of the appliance
with a soft dry
cloth
When F0
displays on the
screen
Clean the prefilter
Every two
months
Clean the air
quality sensors
Cleaning the air quality
sensor
Clean the air quality sensor every
2 months for optimal functioning of the
purifier. Clean them more frequently
if you use the purifier in a dusty
environment.
Note
•• When the humidity level in the
room is very high, it is possible that
condensation develops on the air
quality sensor. As a result, the air
quality light may indicate that the air
quality is bad even though it is good.
In this case you have to clean the
air quality sensor or use one of the
manual speed settings.
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Clean the air quality sensor inlet
and outlet with a soft brush (fig. s).
Remove the air quality sensor cover
(fig. t).
Clean the air quality sensor, the
dust inlet and the dust outlet with a
lightly moistened cotton swab
(fig. u).
Dry them with a dry cotton swab.
Reattach the air quality sensor
cover (fig. v).
Cleaning the body of the
appliance
Regularly clean the inside and outside
of the appliance to prevent dust from
collecting.
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Wipe away dust with a soft dry cloth
from the body of the appliance.
Clean the air outlet with a soft dry
cloth.
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Cleaning the pre-filter
Filter alert light
status
Follow this
F0 displays on the
screen (fig. w)
Clean the prefilter
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Pull the bottom part of the front
panel to remove it from the
appliance (fig. x).
Press the two clips down and pull
the pre-filter towards you (fig. y).
Wash the pre-filter under a running
tap. If the pre-filter is very dirty, use
a soft brush to brush away the dust
(fig. z).
Air dry the pre-filter.
Note
•• Make sure that the pre-filter is
completely dry. If it is still wet, bacteria
may multiply in it and shorten the
lifetime of the pre-filter.
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Put the pre-filter back into the
appliance (fig. {).
6 Replacing the
filter
Understanding the
healthy air protect lock
This appliance is equipped with the
healthy air protect lock to make sure
that the air purification filters are in
optimal condition when the appliance
is operating. When the filters are almost
expired, the filter code displays on the
screen to indicate that you need to
replace the filters.
If the filters are not replaced in 14 days,
the appliance will stop operating and
get locked.
Replacing the filter
Note
•• The air purification filters are not
washable nor vacuum cleanable.
Note
•• Make sure that the side with the two
clips is pointing towards you, and that
all hooks of the pre-filter are properly
attached to the purifier.
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To reattach the front panel, mount
the panel onto the top of the
appliance first (1). Then, gently push
the panel against the body of the
appliance (2) (fig. |).
Touch and hold the reset button
for 3 seconds to reset the pre-filter
cleaning time (fig. }).
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Filter alert light
status
Follow this
A3 displays on the
screen (fig. ~)
Replace
NanoProtect
filter HEPA Series
3
C7 displays on the
screen
Replace the
NanoProtect
filter AC
A3 and C7 display
on the screen
alternately
Replace both
filters
1
Take out the expired air purification
filter according to the filter code
displayed on the screen, and gently
put the expired filter into the trash
bin (fig. ).
Filter type change
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Note
•• Do not touch the pleated filter surface,
or smell the filter as it has collected
pollutants from the air.
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4
Remove all packaging material of the
new filter (fig. f).
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3
Place the new filter into the
appliance (fig. g).
Touch and hold the reset button
for 3 seconds to reset the filter
lifetime counter (fig. €).
Note
•• Cleanse your hands after changing the
filter.
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4
for 3 seconds to enter the filter force
reset mode (fig. ).
»» Code (A3) of the NanoProtect
filter HEPA Series 3 displays on
the screen.
Touch and hold
for 3 seconds to
force reset the filter lifetime of the
NanoProtect filter HEPA Series 3
(fig. €).
Code (C7) of the Nanoprotect filter
AC displays on the screen after the
lifetime of the NanoProtect filter
HEPA Series 3 filter HEPA has been
reset (fig. ‚).
Touch and hold
for 3 seconds to
force reset the filter lifetime of the
NanoProtect filter AC and exit the
filter force reset mode (fig. ƒ).
Touch
to select the filter code of
the new filter you will use (fig. „).
Touch and hold
for 3 seconds
to confirm the filter code of the new
filter (fig. …).
Note
•• After you have selected the filter code
of the new filter using the
button,
if you do not touch any other buttons
in 10 seconds, the appliance will
automatically confirm the filter code of
the new filter.
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Filter force reset
1 Touch and simultaneously
Touch
and
simultaneously
for 3 seconds to enter the filter type
change mode (fig. ).
»» Code (A3) of the NanoProtect
filter HEPA Series 3 displays on
the screen.
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Code (C7) of the Nanoprotect filter
AC displays on the screen after the
first filter type has been changed
(fig. ‚).
Touch
to select the new filter
code of the second filter (fig. †).
Touch and hold
for 3 seconds to
confirm the filter code of the second
filter and exit the filter type change
mode (fig. ‡).
Note
•• After you have selected the filter code
of the new filter using the
button,
if you do not touch any other buttons
in 10 seconds, the appliance will
automatically confirm the filter code of
the new filter.
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Troubleshooting
This chapter summarizes the most common problems you could encounter with the
appliance. If you are unable to solve the problem with the information below, contact
the Consumer Care Center in your country.
Problem
Possible solution
The appliance
does not work
even though it is
plugged in..
The filter replacement code has been displaying on the screen
but you have not replaced the corresponding filter yet. The
appliance will be locked if you keep using the expired filter. In
this case, replace the filter and reset the filter lifetime counter.
The appliance
does not work
even though it is
switched on.
The airflow that
comes out of
the air outlet
is significantly
weaker than
before.
The air quality
does not improve,
even though the
appliance has
been operating for
a long time.
The color of the air
quality light always
stays the same.
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The appliance is working but the buttons are not
responsive. Check if the child lock is on.
The filter replacement code has been on continuously but
you have not replaced the corresponding filter, and the
appliance is now locked. In this case, replace the filter and
reset the filter lifetime counter.
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The pre-filter is dirty. Clean the pre-filter
(see chapter "Cleaning").
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One of the filters has not been placed in the appliance.
Make sure that all filters are properly installed in the
following order, starting with the innermost filter: 1)
NanoProtect filter HEPA Series 3; 2) NanoProtect filter AC;
3) pre-filter.
The air quality sensor is wet. The humidity level in your
room is high and causes condensation. Make sure that the
air quality sensor is clean and dry (see chapter "Cleaning").
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The air quality sensor is dirty. Clean the air quality sensor (see
chapter "Cleaning").
Problem
Possible solution
The appliance
produces a strange
smell.
The first few times you use the appliance, it may produce
a plastic smell. This is normal. However, if the appliance
produces a burnt smell even if removing filters, contact your
Philips dealer or an authorized Philips service center. The
appliance may also produce an unpleasant smell when the
filter is dirty. In this case, clean or replace the filter concerned.
The appliance is
extra loud.
If the appliance is too loud, you can change the fan speed to a
lower fan speed level. When using the appliance in a bedroom
at night, choose the sleep mode.
The appliance still
indicates that I
need to replace a
filter, but I already
did.
Perhaps you did not reset the filter lifetime counter. Plug in the
appliance, touch to switch on the appliance, and touch and
hold the reset button
for 3 seconds.
Error code "Er"
displays on the
screeen.
The hall sensor is not working properly. Remove and then
reattach the front panel. If the error code "Er" still exists,
contact the Consumer Care Center in your country.
Error codes "E1",
"E2", "E3" or "E4"
displays on the
screeen.
The appliance has malfunctions. Contact the Consumer Care
Center in your country.
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8 Guarantee and
service
If you need information or if you have
a problem, please visit the Philips
website at www.philips.com or contact
the Philips Consumer Care Center in
your country (you find its phone number
in the worldwide guarantee leaflet). If
there is no Consumer Care Centre in
your country, go to your local Philips
dealer.
Order parts or
accessories
If you have to replace a part or want to
purchase an additional part, go to your
Philips dealer or visit
www.philips.com/support.
If you have problems obtaining the
parts, please contact the Philips
Consumer Care Center in your country
(you can find its phone number in the
worldwide guarantee leaflet).
9 Notices
Electromagnetic fields
(EMF)
This Philips appliance complies with all
applicable standards and regulations
regarding exposure to electromagnetic
fields.
Compliance with EMF
Koninklijke Philips N.V. manufactures
and sells many products targeted at
consumers, which, like any electronic
apparatus, in general have the ability
to emit and receive electromagnetic
signals.
One of Philips' leading Business
Principles is to take all necessary health
and safety measures for our products,
to comply with all applicable legal
requirements and to stay well within the
EMF standards applicable at the time of
producing the products.
Philips is committed to develop,
produce and market products that
cause no adverse health effects. Philips
confirms that if its products are handled
properly for their intended use, they
are safe to use according to scientific
evidence available today.
Philips plays an active role in the
development of international EMF
and safety standards, enabling Philips
to anticipate further developments in
standardization for early integration in
its products.
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Recycling
Do not throw away the product with
the normal household waste at the
end of its life, but hand it in at an
official collection point for recycling.
By doing this, you help to preserve the
environment.
Follow your country's rules for the
separate collection of electrical and
electronic products. Correct disposal
helps prevent negative consequences
for the environment and human health.
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