PHILIPS AC0819 Air Purifier User Manual

PHILIPS AC0819 Air Purifier User Manual & troubleshooting

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Important

Safety

Read this user manual carefully before you use the appliance, and save it for future reference.

Danger

  • 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 fragrances around the appliance.

Warning

  • Check if the voltage indicated on the appliance corresponds to the local power voltage before you connect the appliance.
  • 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 adaptor, the power cord, or the appliance itself is damaged.
  • Only use the approved 2-pin plug adapter (KA1801A-2400750EU) provided with the appliance.
  • This appliance can be used by children aged 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.
  • Children shall not play with the appliance.
  • Do not block the air inlet and outlet.
  • Do not place any items on top of the air outlet, or in front of the air inlet.
  • 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 the use of an extractor hood or fan while cooking
  • Always place and use the appliance on a dry, stable, level, and horizontal surface
  • Leave at least 20cm free space around the appliance and leave at least 30cm free space above the appliance
  • Do not sit or stand on the appliance. Do not place anything on top of the appliance
  • Do not place the appliance directly below an air conditioner to prevent condensation from dripping onto 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 an irreversible human hazard and/or jeopardize other lives. Do not use the filter as fuel or for a similar purpose
  • Avoid knocking against the appliance (the air inlet and outlet in particular) with hard objects
  • 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 turn off the air purifier first, then unplug the adapter from the wall outlet, when you want to move, cleaning appliance, replacing the filters, or carry out other maintenance
  • 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, or in a room with major temperature changes.
  • The appliance does not remove carbon monoxide (CO) or radon (Rn). It cannot be used as a safety device in case of accidents with combeustion processes and hazardous chemicals.

Your air purifier

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Product overview (fig. 1)

A. Control panel
B. Air quality sensor
C. NanoProtect filter Series 2 (FY0194)
D. Base
E. Air outlet
F. Power on/off button
G. Power socket
H. 2 Pin plug adapter (KA1801A-2400750EU)

Controls overview (fig. 2)

I. Air quality light
J. Mode switch/Filter reset button
K. Filter replacement alert

Using the air purifier

Understanding the air quality light

The color of air quality light corresponds to the ambient air quality. The brightness of air quality light reflects the current running mode.

PM2.5 level Air quality light color Air quality level
≤12 Blue Good
13-35 Blue-purple Fair
36-55 Purple-red Poor
>55 Red Very poor
Installing the filter

Remove all packaging of the filter before use.
Note: Make sure the air purifier is unplugged from the electrical outlet before installing the filter.
1. Rotate the base anti-clockwise to remove it from the appliance (fig 3).
2. Pull the filter out from the appliance (fig 4).
3. Remove all packaging materials of the air purification filter (fig 5).
4. Put the filter back into the appliance (fig 6).
5. Reattach the base and rotate it clockwise to fasten the base (fig 7).

Connecting power

Note: Risk of electric shock! When you unplug the AC power cord, always pull the plug from the socket. Never pull the cord (fig 8).
Connect the power adapter to:
• First, the power socket on the appliance.
• Then, the wall outlet.

Turning on and off

Note:
• For optimum purification performance, close doors, and windows.
1. Press the power button on the back of the air purifier to switch it on.
» The air purifier operates in the auto mode by default.
2. Press the power button again to switch off the air purifier.

Changing the mode setting

You can choose Auto mode, Turbo mode, or Sleep mode by pressing the mode switch buttonPHILIPS AC0819 Air Purifier User Manual  & troubleshooting 7 (fig.9). The brightness of air quality light reflects the
current running mode:
• Sleep mode-lowest brightness.
• Auto mode-mid level brightness.
• Turbo mode-highest level brightness.
Auto mode
In Auto mode, the appliance selects the fan speed in accordance with the ambient air quality.
Turbo mode
In Turbo mode, the air purifier operates on the highest speed.
Sleep mode
In Sleep mode, the air purifier operates quietly at a low speed.

Cleaning

Note:
• Never use abrasive, aggressive, or flammable cleaning agents such as bleach or alcohol to clean any part of the appliance.

Cleaning schedule
Frequency Cleaning method
When necessary Wipe the surface of the appliance with a soft dry cloth
Clean the air outlet cover
Every two months Clean the air quality sensor with a dry cotton swab
 Every four weeks Clean the surface of the filter
Cleaning the body of the air purifier

Regularly clean the inside and outside of the air purifier to prevent dust from collecting.
1. Use a soft, dry cloth to clean both the interior and exterior of the air purifier.
2. The air outlet can also be cleaned with a dry, soft cloth.

Cleaning the air quality sensor

Clean the air quality sensor every two months for optimal functioning of the appliance.
Note:
• If the air purifier is used in a dusty environment, it may need to be cleaned more often.
• If the humidity level in the room is very high, condensation may develop on the air quality sensor and the air quality light may indicate a poorer air quality even though the air quality is actually good. If this occurs, clean the air quality sensor or use the air purifier on a manual speed setting.

  1. Switch off the air purifier and unplug from the power socket.
  2. Clean the inlet and outlet of the air quality sensor with a soft brush (fig 10).
  3.  Open the air quality sensor cover (fig 11).
  4. Clean the air quality sensor, the dust inlet, and the dust outlet with a damp cotton swab (fig 12).
  5. Dry all parts thoroughly with a dry cotton swab.
  6.  Reattach the air quality sensor cover (fig 13).
Cleaning the surface of the filter

Wipe the surface of the filter with a soft wet cloth or clean the surface of the filter with a vacuum cleaner (fig 14)
Note:
• if you use a high-power/ industrial vacuum cleaner, it may damage the filter.

Replacing the filter

Understanding the healthy air protection the lock

This appliance is equipped with a healthy air to protect lock to make sure that the NanoProtect filter is in optimal condition when the appliance is operating. When the filter is almost expired, the filter replacement alert ( PHILIPS AC0819 Air Purifier User Manual  & troubleshooting 8) lights up red, which indicates that it needs to be replaced. If you do not replace the filter in time, the filter replacement alert (PHILIPS AC0819 Air Purifier User Manual  & troubleshooting 9 ) will flash. The appliance will stop operating and get locked.

Replacing the filter

Note:
• The filter is not washable or reusable.
• Always turn off the air purifier and unplug from the electrical outlet before replacing the filter.

  1.  Rotate the base anti-clockwise to remove it from the appliance (fig 3).
  2.  Pull the filter out from the appliance. Discard the used filter (fig 4).
  3.  Remove all packaging materials of the new filter (fig 5).
  4. Put the filter into the appliance (fig 6).
  5. Reattach the base and rotate it clockwise to fasten the base (fig 7).
  6.  Put the plug of the air purifier in the power socket.
  7.  Press the power PHILIPS AC0819 Air Purifier User Manual  & troubleshooting 10button to switch on the appliance.
  8. Press and holdPHILIPS AC0819 Air Purifier User Manual  & troubleshooting 11 for 3 seconds to reset the filter lifetime counter.
  9.  Wash your hands thoroughly after replacing the filter.
Filter reset

You can replace the filter even before filter replacement alert (PHILIPS AC0819 Air Purifier User Manual  & troubleshooting 12) displays on the screen. After replacing a filter, you need to reset the filter lifetime counter manually.
1. Press the power button PHILIPS AC0819 Air Purifier User Manual  & troubleshooting 13to turn on the appliance.
2. Within 10 seconds after power on, press and hold the mode switch button PHILIPS AC0819 Air Purifier User Manual  & troubleshooting 14for 5 seconds to reset the filter lifetime counter.

Storage

  1.  Turn off the air purifier and unplug from the power socket.
  2.  Clean the air purifier, air quality sensor, and the surface of the filter (see chapter ‘Cleaning’).
  3.  Let all parts air dry thoroughly before storing.
  4.  Wrap the filter in air-tight plastic bags.
  5. Store the air purifier, filter in a cool, dry location.
  6. Always thoroughly wash your hands after handling a filter.

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 alert is on but you have not replaced the corresponding filter. As a result, the appliance is now locked. In this case, replace the filter and reset the filter lifetime counter.
The airflow that comes out of the air outlet is significantly weaker than before. • The surface of the filter is dirty. Clean the surface of the filter (see the chapter “Cleaning”).
The air quality does not improve, even though the appliance has been operating for a long time. • Check if the packing material is removed from the filter.
• Make sure that the filter is properly installed.
• The air quality sensor is dirty or wet. Clean the air quality sensor (See the chapter “Cleaning”).
• Room size is large or the outdoor air quality is poor.
For optimum purification performance, please close the doors and windows when operating the air purifier.
• There are indoor pollution resources. For instance, smoking, cooking, incense.
• Filter reaches the end of life. Replace the filter with a new one.
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 the filter, contact your Philips dealer or an authorized Philips service center. The filter may produce a smell after being used for a while because of the absorption of indoor gases. It’s recommended that you reactivate the filter by putting it in direct sunlight for repeated use. If odor still exists, replace the filter.
The appliance is extra loud. • Check if the packing of the filter is removed.
• The appliance will run in high speed when the air quality is poor, which will cause higher noises. When using the appliance in a bedroom at night, choose the Sleep speed.
• if anything drops into air outlet, it may also cause abnormal loud sounds. Immediate turn off the appliance, turn appliance upside down, to get foreign objectives out of the appliance.
The appliance still indicates that I need to replace a filter, but I already did. • Perhaps you did not reset the filter lifetime counter. Switch on the appliance. Then press and hold the mode switch button (PHILIPS AC0819 Air Purifier User Manual  & troubleshooting 15 ) for 3 seconds until PHILIPS AC0819 Air Purifier User Manual  & troubleshooting 16disappears.
The appliance keeps
off, but air quality light blinks for
one minute.
• The appliance has malfunctioned. Contact the Consumer Care Center in your country.

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 can find its phone number in the worldwide guarantee leaflet). If there is no Consumer Care Center 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).

Notices

Electromagnetic fields (EMF)

This Philips appliance complies with all applicable standards and regulations regarding exposure to electromagnetic fields.

Recycling

PHILIPS AC0819 Air Purifier User Manual  & troubleshooting 17 This symbol means that this product shall not be disposed of with normal household waste (2012/19/EU).
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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