Emerson air purifiers remove dust, pollen, particles and odors from the air inside your home to help you breathe easier. Filters inside Emerson air purifiers can efficiently remove particles as small as 0.5 microns. Filters and other parts in your air purifier eventually wear out. Sears PartsDirect has the replacement filters and repair parts you need to keep your Emerson air purifier running efficiently.
Turn off the air purifier and unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet to completely disconnect electrical power.
Remove the front grille and clean all slots in the grill to remove dust, dirt and debris. Reinstall the front grill on the air purifier.
Clean the outside of the air purifier cabinet using a soft cloth moistened with plain water. To remove stubborn stains, use a soft cloth moistened with mild detergent such as dish detergent. Wipe the area with a soft cloth moistened with plain water to remove detergent residue. Dry all surfaces with a soft cloth.
Don't attempt to clean the pre-filter or HEPA filter. Those filters aren't washable and attempting to wash the filter will cause damage.
Plug the air purifier power cord back into the electrical outlet to restore power and turn on the air purifier.
Operating tips for Emerson electronic air purifiers
Run your air purifier constantly for the best efficiency. Set the fan switch on your homes central air conditioner or furnace thermostat to the on position so the central unit's fan constantly circulates air through the air purifier.
Clean or change the pre-filter regularly to maintain air flow through the air purifier. Wash the collector cell when the monitor indicates that the cell needs cleaning. Replace the post-filter every six months of usage.