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Versión actual por: Wayne Barnes ,

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I had the same problem and was able to get my Ionic Breeze working by removing the faulty on off switch.
 
When depressed, my switch cycles through the modes Hi, Med, Low, and Off. Two blue wires run from my swith to other circuitry also located in the top portion of the unit. I cut and stripped the wires and tested the switch expecting to get continuity each time the switch was pressed. Of course, nothing happened. I then touched the two blue wires running to the circuitry mentioned above and the unit immediately turned on.
 
Right now i just have the two blue wires thatwires, that require shortingshorting, hanging on the outside of the unitunit and not touching. To change modes I just touch the wires for a moment, then let hang again. I'll either replace the switch with another Ionic Breeze switch, or will buy a switch with similar functionality and figure out a way to mount.
Right now i just have the two blue wires thatwires, that require shortingshorting, hanging on the outside of the unitunit and not touching. To change modes I just touch the wires for a moment, then let hang again. I'll either replace the switch with another Ionic Breeze switch, or will buy a switch with similar functionality and figure out a way to mount.
 
I just love the smell of my Ionic Breeze. Haters can bad mouth these units all they want but when I had bed bugs, they dissappeared when the unit was on and my health has never suffered while my unit(s) were operational.
 
Happy fixing!

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Aporte original por: Wayne Barnes ,

Texto:

I had the same problem and was able to get my Ionic Breeze working by removing the faulty on off switch.

When depressed, my switch cycles through the modes Hi, Med, Low, and Off.  Two blue wires run from my swith to other circuitry also located in the top portion of the unit.   I cut and stripped the wires and tested the switch expecting to get continuity each time the switch was pressed.  Of course, nothing happened.  I then touched the two blue wires running to the circuitry mentioned above and the unit immediately turned on.

Right now i just have the two blue wires that require shorting hanging on the outside of the unit.  I'll either replace the switch with another Ionic Breeze switch, or will buy a switch with similar functionality and figure out a way to mount.

I just love the smell of my Ionic Breeze.  Haters can bad mouth these units all they want but when I had bed bugs, they dissappeared when the unit was on and my health has never suffered while my unit(s) were operational.

Happy fixing!

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