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INSTALLATION, OPERATION ANDSERVICE INSTRUCTIONSMODELSASAS-10ASC, ASAS-11ASC, ASAS-12ASC, ASAS-18ASCGSAS-10ASC, GSAS-11ASC, GSAS-12ASC, GSAS-18ASCELECTRONIC AIR CLEANERSIMPORTANT: PLEASE READ MANUAL BEFORE OPERATING UNITFeatures Lifetime Filter System never needs replacing Electronically removes dust, mites, pollen, pet dander, tobacco smoke, cooking smoke and grease, mold, fungi, bacteria, and more down to 0.01 micronLight Weight Aluminum Collecting Cells are durable and easy to maintainCell Guides ensure proper placement of collecting cellsActivated Carbon Filters remove unpleasant odorsGalvanized Steel Cabinet for solid vertical or horizontal installationDurable Scratch-Resistant powder coat paint finish resists corrosionElectronic Air Proving Switch for quick wiringDual Indicator Lights show Air Cleaner is working properly at a glanceFOR QUESTIONS REGARDING INSTALLATION, OPERATION & SERVICE,CALL THE AIR CLEANER HOTLINE TOLL-FREE1-800-267-8305

IMPORTANT: Please read entire instructions beforeinstalling the Electronic Air Cleaner.WARNINGBefore beginning any installation or modification,be certain that the main line electrical disconnectswitch is in OFF position. Electric shock couldresult. Tag disconnect switch with suitablewarning labels.CONTENTSSAFETY CONSIDERATIONS2WHAT THE ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANER DOES2BENEFITS2HOW IT ion Location With Humidifier3Installation Location With Air Conditioner3Electronic Air Cleaner Installation3Wiring5SYSTEM CHECK5OPERATION5WHITE DUST5MAINTENANCE5Cell and Prefilter Cleaning5Activated Carbon Filter Replacement6SERVICE6-10Testing Air Proving Switch (APS)6Replacing An Air Proving Switch (APS)7Testing For High Voltage AT Power Board7Replacing Performance Light7Replacing A Power Board7Testing The 24 V Transformer7Replacing The 24 V Transformer8Testing Voltage Of Power Board8Testing Voltage At Cell9Setting Approx. Voltage With High Voltage Meter9Testing Cell For Bad Contacts9Removing Power Box9Removing High Voltage Contact Tray9Replacing A Tungsten Ionizing Wire10TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE11WARRANTY12SAFETY CONSIDERATIONSRead and follow instructions carefully. Follow alllocal electrical codes during installation. All wiring mustconform to local and national electrical codes. Improperwiring or installation may damage Air Cleaner.Understand the signal words WARNING andCAUTION which are present in the Installation,Operation & Service Instructions.WARNING and CAUTION signifies a hazard whichcould result in property damage, personal injury ordeath.Note: This unit is Certified for Shock and ElectricalFire Hazard only.Installation and servicing of Electronic AirCleaners can be hazardous. Only trained andqualified service personnel should install, repair, orservice Electronic Air Cleaners.Homeowners or untrained personnel canperform the basic maintenance functions ofcleaning and replacing filters.When working on air cleaning equipment,observe precautions in the manual, labels attachedto the unit, and other safety precautions that mayapply. Follow all safety codes. Wear safety glassesand work gloves.WHAT THE ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANER DOESYour High Efficiency Electronic Air Cleaner hasbeen designed to remove atmospheric and householddust, coal dust, insecticide dust, mites, pollen, moldspores, fungi, bacteria, pet dander, cooking smoke andgrease, tobacco smoke particles, and more down to0.01 micron (.01 micron 1/2,540,000 of an inch). BENEFITSHelps provide relief for allergy or asthma suffering.Helps prevent damaging black dust from stainingwalls and furnishings, reducing the amount of timeand money spent cleaning and redecorating.Helps eliminate unpleasant odors (with use ofoptional Carbon Filters).Helps protect heating/cooling equipment,prolonging the operating efficiency.HOW IT WORKSThe High Efficiency Electronic Air Cleaner operateson the principle of electrostatic precipitation. Millions ofairborne pollutants are carried through the return airducts of the heating/cooling system and treatedthrough four stages of filtration.The prefilters (2) remove all large visible particlessuch as lint. Smaller particles then pass through a twostage electrostatic collecting cell (2). First, particles aregiven a powerful positive electrical charge by theionizing wires. Second, charged particles move into thecollecting area where they are attracted to a series ofgrounded plates. Pollutants are held in this section likea magnet until washed away during cleaning. Lastly,clean air passes over activated carbon filters (3) forodor removal (optional).The Electronic Air Cleaner, available in four modelswith air flow capacities of up to 1200, 1400 and 2000CFM (2040, 2380 and 3400 m³/hr), is adaptable to allresidential forced air heating or cooling systems.

Table 1 — SPECIFICATIONSMODELA/ GSAS-10ASCA/ GSAS-11ASCA/ GSAS-12ASCA/ GSAS-18ASCHouse Size Area 2400 ft² 222.96 m² 3000 ft² 278.70 m² 3000 ft² 278.70 m² 3000 ft² 278.70 m²Airflowup to 1200 cfmup to 2039 m³/hrup to 1400 cfmup to 2379 m³/hrup to 1400 cfmup to 2379 m³/hrup to 2000 cfmup to 3398 m³/hrDuct Size16 x 20 in40.5 x 51.0 cm16 x 25 in40.5 x 63.5 cm20 x 20 in51.0 x 51.0 cm20 x 25 in51.0 x 63.5 cmUnit Weight28.0 lbs12.9 kg30.0 lbs13.5 kg33.0 lbs15.3 kg38.0 lbs17.5 kg120 v 60 hzInput Voltage120 v 60 hz120 v 60 hz120 v 60 hzPower Consumption30 Watts30 Watts30 Watts30 WattsUpgrades IncludedCarbon Filters (C)Air Switch (AS)Carbon Filters (C)Air Switch (AS)Carbon Filters (C)Air Switch (AS)Carbon Filters (C)Air Switch (AS)4 Collecting Cell Plates1 Dirty Air5 Carbon Filters (3)Fig. 12 Prefilter6 Clean Air to Heating/CoolingSystem3 IonizingSectionCOMPONENTSCabinet: Constructed of heavy gauge galvanizedsteel to resist corrosion and provide trouble-freeinstallation. Holes are provided to facilitate mounting tothe ductwork or air handling equipment.Power Box: Removable. Contains the power switch,performance indicator light, safety interlock switch,high voltage power board and air proving switch.The power board is uniquely equipped with a variableresistor (potentiometer) to adjust high voltage output.Output has been pre-set for optimum efficiency. Asvoltage varies in extreme conditions of dryness,humidity or proximity to hydro towers, raising orlowering potentiometer allows for proper voltageoutput.Air Proving Switch (APS): Integrated. Automaticallycycles Air Cleaner on and off with the system fan. TheAPS will detect airflow (fan on) and energize AirCleaner.High Voltage Tray: Contains the contacts and wires tosupply high voltage to the collecting cells.Collecting Cells: Consist of an ionizing section and aplate section. The arrow on the cell must point towardthe system fan.Prefilters: Constructed of aluminum mesh, to preventlint and large particles from entering the collectingcells.Carbon Filters: Remove odors. Must be replacedevery six months - not washable. Maximum of (3)carbon filters can be used at same time.Performance Indicator LightON/OFF SwitchPrefilters (2)Power BoxCabinetDoorFig. 2Collecting Cells (2)ActivatedCarbon FiltersINSTALLATIONLocationThe Air Cleaner must be installed in the return airduct, as close to the fan compartment as possible. Thislocation provides the most even airflow across thecollecting cells and allows the Air Cleaner to keep thesystem motor and blower clean. When choosinglocation, there must be adequate room to wire the AirCleaner and remove prefilters, collecting cells andpower box.Note: Once Air Cleaner has been installed, do notallow the placement of any device such as a new hotwater heater, water softener, gas pipe, or electricalcable to be put 2 ft. in front of or within 6 in. (15 cm)from top of Air Cleaner, in order to allow removal offilters and Air Cleaner parts, which are necessary formaintenance or servicing.Installation Location With HumidifierA humidifier should be installed in the furnacewarm air duct. However, it may be installed in thereturn duct without causing problems to the AirCleaner. Care must be taken to ensure that thehumidifier does not leak, as this may cause arcing anda mineral deposit to build up on the collecting cells.An atomizing type humidifier should be installeddownstream from the Air Cleaner. If the atomizing typehumidifier is installed upstream, high humidity, saltsand minerals may decrease the efficiency of thecollecting cells and cause service problems.If the atomizing type humidifier must be installedupstream, the following precautions should be taken:1. Atomizing type humidifier must be installed as farfrom the Air Cleaner as possible.2. Collecting cells must be washed frequently toprevent a mineral deposit build-up.Installation Location With Air ConditionerWhenever possible, the Air Cleaner should beinstalled upstream of the cooling coil. This location willclean the air before it reaches the evaporator coil.Electronic Air Cleaner Installation1. Remove existing equipment filter. Thoroughlyclean fan compartment and ductwork where AirCleaner is to be installed.2. Open access door. Slide prefilters and collectingcells out of cabinet.

Fig. 3 — DIMENSIONSPerformance IndicatorLightPower SwitchAIR FLOWLeft to Right orRight to LeftAir Proving SwitchÎHandleDoorDIMENSIONS — in 5)23 1/4(59.0)13 1/8(33.5)20 3/4(53.0)1 1/4(3.0)23 3/4(60.5)2 0)13 5/8(34.5)24(61.0)1(2.5)26 1/2(67.5)2 1/8(5.5)ASAS-12ASCGSAS-12ASC25 7/8(66.0)22(56.0)21 1/4(54.0)18(46.0)18 3/4(47.5)1 1/4(3.0)21 3/4(55.0)2 3/8(6.0)ASAS-18ASCGSAS-18ASC25 7/8(66.0)22(56.0)26(66.0)18(46.0)23 1/2(59.5)1 1/4(3.0)26 1/2(67.5)2 3/8(6.0)Fig. 4 — AIR CLEANER INSTALLATION LOCATIONAllow 24 in (600 mm) clearance for cleaning air cleaner. Allow 6 in. (150 mm) clearance for power box removal.3. Place cabinet in ductwork. Holes are provided toattach cabinet to ductwork or equipment. Ifadjoining ductwork is flanged, install the screws sothat screw heads are inside cabinet. This will helpprevent damage to prefilter and carbon filtersduring removal for cleaning. NEVER put screws orrivets into the removable power box.When the air duct does not fit Air Cleaner opening,a gradual transition is recommended to reduce airturbulence through Air Cleaner and to increase itsefficiency. There should not be more than 20º ofexpansion used on each side of transition fitting.Do not reduce ductwork to a smaller Air Cleaner orit will increase velocity of airflow.4. If Air Cleaner is installed adjacent to an elbow orangle fitting, turning vanes are recommended toimprove air distribution across the collecting cells.5. After Air Cleaner has been secured, seal seamsairtight with duct tape or caulking to prevent dustfrom entering the system.6. Replace prefilters, collecting cells and carbonfilters. Make sure arrow on cell is pointing towardsthe fan. The cell handle may need to berepositioned if the airflow is in a different directionthan the left to right set up. The handle should facethe door. Close access door.

WiringWiring should only be performed by qualifiedpersonnel only. All wiring must comply with allapplicable codes and standards. The voltage of thepower source must match the voltage indicated on theAir Cleaner. The Air Cleaner should operate ONLYwhen the system fan is running. Make sure the AirCleaner is properly grounded.WARNINGElectrical shock can cause injury or death. Be certainmain line disconnect switch is off before wiring.Wire the Air Cleaner directly to the 120 V powersource. The APS will power the Air Cleaner when thereis sufficient airflow to activate the sensor. See Fig 5 &6.Note: The power switch will be lit even if there is noairflow.SYSTEM CHECKPerform the following system check before operation.1. Replace prefilters, collecting cells and carbonfilters. Close access door.2. Turn Air Cleaner power switch ON. Ensure systemfan is operating. Both the power switch light andperformance indicator light should be lit. The powerswitch light indicates the Air Cleaner has unitvoltage. The performance indicator light shows thatthe Air Cleaner is operating.Note: There may be some arcing or snapping soundsfrom the collecting cells. This is normal when the unit isnew. In about 2 weeks, as the sharp edges of the cellsbecome smoother, the arcing will disappear.OPERATIONThe Air Cleaner will run as long as there is airflowthrough the ducts. The Air Cleaner will not run if thesystem fan is off. For proper operation, follow thesesimple steps:1. Run heating/cooling system fan continuously, andon low speed if available.2. Remove furniture or carpets which block return airgrilles throughout your house, so that air movesfreely to the furnace/ air conditioner.3. Check for proper operation of the system fan.WHITE DUSTFig. 5Models ASAS-10ASC/GSAS-10ASC, ASAS-11ASC/GSAS-11ASC(with Air Proving Switch)After installation of the Air Cleaner, you may noticesome white dust on tabletops and shelves. Most largeparticles such as lint, are too heavy to remain airborneand tend to settle quickly, never reaching the aircleaner.This white visible dust is normally referred to as“clean dust.” As the Air Cleaner is removing the darkand staining particles from the air, the lint will also becleaner.Lint dust is most noticeable on dark furnishings; inhomes containing new carpeting; and where there is alot of household traffic from occupants and pets. Toreduce lint dust, use continuous fan operation and keepreturn vents unrestricted to create an efficient airflow.Note: The Air Cleaner does NOT produce more lint ordust.MAINTENANCEIt is important to follow a scheduled maintenance formaximum performance of the Air Cleaner.CAUTIONMake sure to turn Air Cleaner and system fan OFFbefore performing any maintenance or removing anycomponents.Fig. 6Models ASAS-12ASC/GSAS-12ASC, ASAS-18ASC/GSAS-18ASC(with Air Proving Switch)Cell And Prefilter CleaningThe collecting cells and prefilters must be cleaned on aregular basis for the Air Cleaner to function at its peak

efficiency. The frequency of cleaning will vary from onehouse to another. On average, the cells should becleaned every 3 months.1. Remove access door, collecting cells andprefilters.2. Place cells in a laundry tub. Rinse with hot waterand spray completely with DAX Detergent (or anon-chlorine, non-corrosive, non-abrasive liquidhousehold detergent. Allow detergent to run downboth sides of plates and ionizing wires. Let standfor 5 minutes.3. Rinse cells well with hot water (maximum 120 F/49 C). Repeat washing process 2-3 times.4. If dirt remains, fill up laundry tub with water andDAX Detergent (1/2 cup), and dunk cells up anddown until water is dirty. Let cells soak in thesolution for 30 minutes. Then rinse cells well withhot water (maximum 120 F/49 C).5. Tilt cells on 45 angle on their short side, witharrows pointing sideways. Allow to dry completely,approximately 10-24 hours.6. To wash prefilters, spray with DAX Detergent, rinseand let dry. Do not wash in the same water ascollecting cells.7. Place cells and prefilters back into cabinet. Closedoor and turn power switch ON. If the performancelight does not come on or arcing occurs, turn AirCleaner OFF, remove cells and allow more dryingtime.Fig. 7 — DAX Detergent and Carbon Filters areavailable from your installer or dealer.DAX32 oz Spray BottlePart #9900CAUTIONDamage to cells may occur if improperly handled orwashed. Do not wash cells in a dishwasher. Neveruse any object to clean between the cell plates, asthis may cause damage to plates or ionizing wires.Never place cell in oven to dry. The edges of the cellmay be sharp - handle with care.Activated Carbon Filter ReplacementCarbon filters help remove odors from the air. If theAir Cleaner has been equipped with optional carbonfilters, they should be replaced every 3 - 6 months.Filters are NOT washable. Replacements are availablethrough your installer or dealer. To replace filters,perform the following functions:1.2.3.4.5.Turn Air Cleaner power switch OFF.Turn off system fan.Open access door.Remove collecting cells from Air Cleaner.Pull out used carbon filters. If the carbon filters donot slide out easily, tilt them on a 45 angle andthey will fall out.6. Put new carbon filters into Air Cleaner. Spacefilters evenly across the discharge opening of AirCleaner. Never put more than 3 carbon filters inthe Air Cleaner, as this may cause a problem withairflow.Replacement Carbon Filters:A/ GSAS-10, A/ GSAS-11 Set of 3Part #1156-3A/ GSAS-12, A/ GSAS-18 Set of 3Part #1856-3SERVICEWARNINGElectronic Air Cleaners use high voltage (lowamperage). Only trained personnel should performservice. Use caution. Electric shock can cause injuryor death.Testing Air Proving Switch (APS)The APS sensor must protrude through the plasticbushing to work effectively. The sensor is verysensitive and operation may be affected by coldbasement temperatures, an air exchanger, or a freshair duct connected to the cold air return just upstreamof the Air Cleaner.The APS uses a Triac in its output circuit, whichaffects the voltage sine wave. Using a regular digitalvoltmeter will give a false reading. To check the outputfrom the APS, use a true RMS (root mean square)meter to measure the output at terminals 1 and 4 of theAPS. The output should be between 105 and 115 VAC,depending on the airflow across the sensor.A neon lamp may be used to test the output of theAPS. Place the leads of the lamp across terminals 1and 4 of the APS, or across the 120 V input of thesingle output power board. If the lamp lights, thevoltage is sufficient for operation.When the Air Cleaner is turned on without airflow,the APS sensor heats up and after 30 seconds, opensthe circuit to turn off the power board. When the fanstarts up (the sensor is cooled), the circuit will close,the power board is turned on, and the performancelight will come on.The light on the power switch will be lit even whenthe APS is open. If the power board fails to come onwith the fan on, check that the sensor is properly setdown, through the plastic bushing, in front of the powerbox. To check the APS for proper operation, turn theunit on and activate. The power board should come onimmediately, and then turn off in 30 seconds as thesensor heats up. To check sensor, blow directly on itlightly. This should activate the power board within 10seconds. Service the sensor carefully. The sensorleads are 120 V.

Replacing An Air Proving Switch (APS)Before replacing the APS, turn off the power to theAir Cleaner at the source.1. Disconnect wiring from terminals 1, 2, 3, and 4 onthe APS. See Fig. 5 and 6.2. Release circuit board from plastic spacers bypinching end of spacer and pulling board out.3. Install new APS on plastic spacers. Ensure sensorprotrudes slightly through plastic bushing.4. Connect wiring to terminals on APS. Wiring frompower source is connected to terminals 2 and 3.Wiring to power board is connected to terminals 1and 4.5. Test the new APS.Testing For High Voltage At Power BoardA high voltage meter capable of measuring up to10,000 VDC is required to test the voltage.1. The Air Cleaner should be ON with the doorclosed. The unit fan should be running. The AirCleaner should be on at least 5 minutes to allowvoltage to stabilize.2. Remove cover from power box.3. Connect the ground of the high voltage meter to anunpainted surface in the power box.4. Check terminals HV1 and HV2 (where applicable)on the power board to determine if voltage ispresent.5. If no voltage present, remove both cells from theAir Cleaner and replace access door.a. Check the voltage at HV1 and HV2 (whereapplicable) again.b. If voltage is present, the problem is with one ofthe cells or the copper contact on the highvoltage tray.c. With a flashlight, look into the cabinet to checkcondition of the copper contacts.d. If the contacts are not bent, replace one celland retest voltage. If cell is OK, test the othercell. If the problem is with a cell, seeTroubleshooting Guide.e. Check the APS to make sure that it isfunctioning correctly.f. Check the transformer to make sure power isbeing supplied to the Air Cleaner.6. If there is voltage present, but the performancelight does not come on, replace light.7. High voltage can be adjusted with high voltagepotentiometer if required.Replacing Performance LightBefore replacing performance light, turn off powerto the Air Cleaner at the source.1. Remove the power box cover.2. Disconnect the performance light wiring connectedto the LED terminals on the power board.3. Push the light out through the front of the powerbox.4. Push the new light into the power box.5. Connect the wiring to the LED terminals on thepower board. See Fig. 5 and 6.6. Replace cover.7. Return power to Air Cleaner. Test light.Replacing A Power BoardBefore replacing power board, turn off power to theAir Cleaner at the source.1. Remove the power box cover.2. Disconnect wiring from the LED, HV1 and 120VAC power board terminals (A/ GSAS-10 and A/GSAS-11) or LED, HV1, HV2 and 24 V terminals(A/ GSAS-12 and A/ GSAS-18) and ground. SeeFig 5 & 6.3. Remove the 2 hex nuts from the power board.4. Release the power board from the 2 plastic boardspacers, by pinching the end of the spacers andpulling the board out.5. Push new board onto spacers. Make sure spacersclick into place to hold down board.6. Screw on 2 hex nuts saved from Step 3. Ensurethe star washer is in place over the steel spacer forproper grounding.7. Reconnect wiring to LED, HV1 and 120 VAC (A/GSAS-10 and A/ GSAS-11) terminals or LED,HV1, HV2, and 24 V terminals (A/ GSAS-12 and A/GSAS-18) and ground on the new power board.8. Replace power box cover.9. Return power to Air Cleaner. Test power board.Note: Although the power board has been set beforeshipping, it may be necessary to reset the voltage tothe correct load for optimum efficiency. Refer toTesting Voltage At Power Board section for moreinformation.Testing The 24 V Transformer(A/ GSAS-12 and A/ GSAS-18 Only)1. The Air Cleaner should be ON. The system fanshould be running. The access door should beclosed.2. Remove power box cover.3. Disconnect the leads of the 24 V transformer fromthe power board. See Fig. 6.4. Measure voltage across leads with a voltmeter.Voltage should read 24 - 27 VAC.5. If no voltage present, check the operation of theAPS.6. Before replacing transformer, check the resistanceof the power board input. Input should read above40 Kohm. If resistance is below 40 Kohm, thepower board may be the cause of the transformerfailure.7. Reconnect leads to power board.8. Replace power box cover.

Replacing The 24 V Transformer(A/ GSAS-12 and A/ GSAS-18 only)Before replacing 24 V transformer, turn off powerto the Air Cleaner at the source.1. Remove power box cover.2. Disconnect the secondary leads from thetransformer to the 24 V terminals on the powerboard. See Fig. 6.3. Cut the primary leads (to the APS) close to thetransformer.4. Remove the 2 hex head nuts from the transformerstuds.5. Remove transformer.6. Place new transformer over studs and re-install 2hex head nuts to lock into place.7. Connect secondary leads (white) to the 24 Vterminals on the power board.8. Wire nut primary leads from APS (cut in Step 3) toprimary leads from transformer.9. Replace power box cover.10. Turn on power to the Air Cleaner and test.Testing Voltage Of Power BoardVoltage on the power board may drop belowrequired level when installation area is too damp, toocold, or if there is a leakage of water from a humidifier.Voltage on power board may be too high wheninstallation area is too dry or too hot, or home is inclose proximity to hydro towers or situated in remotefarm land areas. By adjusting the HV ADJpotentiometer, the voltage can be set to optimum level.A high voltage meter capable of measuring 10,000VDC is required. To test and adjust voltage level,perform the following procedure:1. Turn the Air Cleaner OFF.2. Remove the power box cover.3. Connect the ground of the high voltage meter to anunpainted surface in the power box.4. Turn ON the Air Cleaner and wait 5 minutes beforechecking voltages to allow voltages on cells tostabilize.5. Measure the voltages at HV1 and HV2 (whereapplicable) on the power board. See Fig. 86. Adjust the HV ADJ potentiometer until the voltagereading matches the voltage in Table 2.7. Turn OFF the Air Cleaner.8. Remove the high voltage meter.9. Replace the power box cover.10.Turn ON the Air Cleaner.High Voltage ProbeProbeFig. 8 — Testing Voltage At Power BoardSafety InterlockGroundedAreaProbeScrewdriverTable 2 — Power Board Voltage SettingsModelMaximum Voltages onPlates (K VDC)Maximum Voltage onIonizer (K VDC)ASAS-10ASC, ASAS-11ASCGSAS-10ASC, GSAS-11ASC6.2 - 6.5 (HV1)6.2 - 6.5 (HV1)ASAS-12ASC, ASAS-18ASCGSAS-12ASC, GSAS-18ASC4.8 - 5.2 (HV1)7.2 - 7.8 (HV2)Fig. 9 — Testing Voltage At Cell

Testing Voltage At Cell1. Open access door to Air Cleaner. Air Cleaner willshut off.2. Insert a thin shafted screwdriver 2 to 3 inches intothe hole in the round end plate insulator. See Fig.9.3. Attach the ground of the high voltage meter on to agrounded area of the cell.4. Place the tip of the high voltage probe on the shaftof the screwdriver. Press down the safety interlock.Power to Air Cleaner will come on.5. Wait until the voltage stabilizes, then take areading. Adjust the HV ADJ potentiometer until thevoltage reading matches the voltage in Table 2. Ifthe voltage fails to stabilize or jumps up and downby more than 100 V, there may be a bad contact inthe cell or a bad contact between the cell contactsand the high voltage contacts on the contact tray.6. Let up on the safety interlock. Remove highvoltage meter.7. Remove screwdriver and close access door.Setting Approximate Voltage Without High VoltageMeterA high voltage meter should be used. If one is notavailable, this method can be used. This will only setan approximate voltage. After using this method, thevoltage should be reset with a high voltage meter assoon as possible.1. Remove power box cover.2. Turn the HV ADJ potentiometer fully clockwise. AirCleaner may arc or snap at this point.3. Turn the HV ADJ potentiometer counterclockwiseslowly until the arcing and snapping stops.4. Replace power box cover.Testing Cell For Bad ContactScrewdriverFig. 10 — Testing For Bad Contacts1. Open access door to Air Cleaner.2. Place a screwdriver between plates of the cell, orplace a small screwdriver into the hole in the endplate insulator and short with another screwdriverto cell end plate. See Fig. 10.3. Press safety interlock switch to start Air Cleaner.There should be an initial snap when the plates areshorted, then no sound. If a hissing occurs, thenthere is a bad contact. Look along the top of thecell, with the short still in place. If there is a smallarc between the cell top and copper contact, thenthat is the bad contact. Pull cell out and gently pullcopper contact down.If an arc is not seen and there is a bad contact,then the problem may be the internal contact of thecell. With an ohmmeter, check continuity betweenthe top disc contact and the first plate. the readingshould be close to 0 ohms. If not, bend the contactto touch the plate. On dual voltage units (three disccontacts), there are two internal contacts, one oneach side. Test each contact.4. Let up on safety interlock.5. Remove screwdrivers.6. Close access door.Removing Power Box1. Turn the main system switch off or disconnect thepower source.2. Remove the power box cover.3. Disconnect the source wires to the Air Cleaner.Cap off the wires so the system can still beoperated.4. Disconnect high voltage leads from power board.5. Remove three nuts holding the power box to thecabinet. Do not remove the nut at the center front,located between the switch and the light. This nutholds the high voltage tray onto the power box.Removing High Voltage Contact Tray1. Turn off power to Air Cleaner.2. Remove cells, prefilters and carbon filters from AirCleaner.3. Remove the high voltage wires from the powerboard.4. Remove the four screws securing the contact trayto the cabinet. Two screws are located at the rearof the cabinet, behind the power box. The othertwo screws are located behind the door at the frontof the cabinet. Support the tray as you remove thescrews. As you lower the tray, feed the highvoltage wire(s) down through the plastic wirebushing.5. To reinstall the contact tray, reverse the procedure.When reconnecting the high voltage wire(s) to thepower board, attach the wire with clear or nosleeving to HV1. The wire with the blaack sleeve (ifused) is connected to HV2 on the power board.6. To reinstall high voltage contact tray, reverseabove procedure.

Replacing A Tungsten Ionizing WireReplacement wires are cut to the correct lengthand have eyelets at each end for easy replacement.1. Turn OFF power to Air Cleaner.2. Remove cell from Air Cleaner.3. Remove all parts of broken wire, as well as springand S-hook. If necessary, cell may be usedtemporarily with one wire missing until areplacement is received.4. Using needle-nose pliers, place spring hook in thehole of the ionizing bar near cell top.5. Place eyelet of wire over the S-hook and place Shook into hole on ionizing bar on other side of cell.Keep wire tight to ensure S-hook remains in hole.6. Using the needle-nose pliers, grab the end of thespring and stretch towards loop in wire. Placeeyelet in wire over spring hook and release spring.See Fig. 11.7. Install cell in Air Cleaner.8. Return power to Air Cleaner.9. Test cell for proper operation.SpringIonizing BarWireFig. 11 — Replacing An Ionizing Wire

Table 3 — TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDEPROBLEMPROBABLE CAUSEREMEDYSystem fan is not on.Turn system fan on.Wiring improperly connected.Check wiring.Defective power switch.Check power switch for continuity with multimeter. Replace if defective.Defective safety interlock.Remove door and press safety interlock with a screwdriver. If lightscome on, bend interlock lever towards front and close door.Power (120 V) is not provided to device.Check power wiring with multimeter.Power lig

ASAS-10ASC, ASAS-11ASC, ASAS-12ASC, ASAS-18ASC GSAS-10ASC, GSAS-11ASC, GSAS-12ASC, GSAS-18ASC ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANERS . Helps prevent damaging black dust from staining walls and furnishings, reducing the amount of time and money spent cleaning and rede