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I know this question is four years old but I had the same problem and hopefully someone who sees this post can try what I did and hopefully it fixes their ionic pro turbo. What I did was take the two screws under the wire cleaning handle then I popped off the cover that covers the screws to remove the panel to get to the control board. Its four screws. Two towards the back and two in towards front of cover. Once you remove the cover you will see a thin rectangular board with two screws and a small rectangular black box underneath it.  Plug it in to the power outlet and carefully push down on the black box with a pen or pencil or anything other than metal. Push down in quick successions and press the power button. Keep doing that til you see the  blue power light come on. I am not sure if its some type of spring operated contactor but it seems that over time it gets stuck and won't spring up enough to make contact inside. Put everything back together and be careful not to bump or drop the ionizer or you will have to open it and do the same thing again. It took me about ten mins to take apart and  put back together. Well I hope this helps someone it fixed mine.

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I know this question is four years old but I had the same problem and hopefully someone who sees this post can try what I did and hopefully it fixes their ionic pro turbo. What I did was take the two screws under the wire cleaning handle then I popped off the cover that covers the screws to remove the panel to get to the control board. Its four screws. Two towards the back and two in towards front of cover. Once you remove the cover you will see a thin rectangular board with two screws and a small rectangular black box underneath it. Plug it in to the power outlet and carefully push down on the black box with a pen or pencil or anything other than metal. Push down in quick successions and press the power button. Keep doing that til you see the blue power light come on. I am not sure if its some type of spring operated contactor but it seems that over time it gets stuck and won't spring up enough to make contact inside. Put everything back together and be careful not to bump or drop the ionizer or you will have to open it and do the same thing again. It took me about ten mins to take apart and put back together. Well I hope this helps someone it fixed mine.[image|1111444] [image|1111442][image|1111443mine.

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I know this question is four years old but I had the same problem and hopefully someone who sees this post can try what I did and hopefully it fixes their ionic pro turbo. What I did was take the two screws under the wire cleaning handle then I popped off the cover that covers the screws to remove the panel to get to the control board. Its four screws. Two towards the back and two in towards front of cover. Once you remove the cover you will see a thin rectangular board with two screws and a small rectangular black box underneath it. Plug it in to the power outlet and carefully push down on the black box with a pen or pencil or anything other than metal. Push down in quick successions and press the power button. Keep doing that til you see the blue power light come on. I am not sure if its some type of spring operated contactor but it seems that over time it gets stuck and won't spring up enough to make contact inside. Put everything back together and be careful not to bump or drop the ionizer or you will have to open it and do the same thing again. It took me about ten mins to take apart and put back together. Well I hope this helps someone it fixed mine.[image|1111444] [image|1111442][image|1111443mine.

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Editado por: S. Perez ,

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I know this question is four years old but I had the same problem and hopefully someone who sees this post can try what I did and hopefully it fixes their ionic pro turbo. What I did was take the two screws under the wire cleaning handle then I popped off the cover that covers the screws to remove the panel to get to the control board. Its four screws. Two towards the back and two in towards front of cover. Once you remove the cover you will see a thin rectangular board with two screws and a small rectangular black box underneath it. Plug it in to the power outlet and carefully push down on the black box with a pen or pencil or anything other than metal. Push down in quick successions and press the power button. Keep doing that til you see the blue power light come on. I am not sure if its some type of spring operated contactor but it seems that over time it gets stuck and won't spring up enough to make contact inside. Put everything back together and be careful not to bump or drop the ionizer or you will have to open it and do the same thing again. It took me about ten mins to take apart and put back together. Well I hope this helps someone it fixed mine.mine.[image|1111444] [image|1111442][image|1111443]
I know this question is four years old but I had the same problem and hopefully someone who sees this post can try what I did and hopefully it fixes their ionic pro turbo. What I did was take the two screws under the wire cleaning handle then I popped off the cover that covers the screws to remove the panel to get to the control board. Its four screws. Two towards the back and two in towards front of cover. Once you remove the cover you will see a thin rectangular board with two screws and a small rectangular black box underneath it. Plug it in to the power outlet and carefully push down on the black box with a pen or pencil or anything other than metal. Push down in quick successions and press the power button. Keep doing that til you see the blue power light come on. I am not sure if its some type of spring operated contactor but it seems that over time it gets stuck and won't spring up enough to make contact inside. Put everything back together and be careful not to bump or drop the ionizer or you will have to open it and do the same thing again. It took me about ten mins to take apart and put back together. Well I hope this helps someone it fixed mine.mine.[image|1111444] [image|1111442][image|1111443]

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Editado por: S. Perez ,

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I know this question is four years old but I had the same problem and hopefully someone who sees this post can try what I did and hopefully it fixes their ionic pro turbo. What I did was take the two screws under the wire cleaning handle then I popped off the cover that covers the screws to remove the panel to get to the control board. Its four screws. Two towards the back and two in towards front of cover. Once you remove the cover you will see a thin rectangular board with two screws and a small rectangular black box underneath it. Once you are able to see it. Plug it Plug it in to the power outlet and carefully push down on the black box with a pen or pencil or anything other than metal. Push down in quick successions and press the power button. Keep doing that til you see the blue power light come on. I aimam not sure if its some type of spring operated contactor but it seems that over time it gets stuck and won't spring up enough to make contact inside. Put everything back together and be careful not to bump or drop the ionizer or you will have to open it and do the same thing again. It took me about ten mins to take apart and put backtogetherback together. Well I hope this helps someone it fixed mine.
I know this question is four years old but I had the same problem and hopefully someone who sees this post can try what I did and hopefully it fixes their ionic pro turbo. What I did was take the two screws under the wire cleaning handle then I popped off the cover that covers the screws to remove the panel to get to the control board. Its four screws. Two towards the back and two in towards front of cover. Once you remove the cover you will see a thin rectangular board with two screws and a small rectangular black box underneath it. Once you are able to see it. Plug it Plug it in to the power outlet and carefully push down on the black box with a pen or pencil or anything other than metal. Push down in quick successions and press the power button. Keep doing that til you see the blue power light come on. I aimam not sure if its some type of spring operated contactor but it seems that over time it gets stuck and won't spring up enough to make contact inside. Put everything back together and be careful not to bump or drop the ionizer or you will have to open it and do the same thing again. It took me about ten mins to take apart and put backtogetherback together. Well I hope this helps someone it fixed mine.

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Aporte original por: S. Perez ,

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I know this question is four years old but I had the same problem and hopefully someone who sees this post can try what I did and hopefully it fixes their ionic pro turbo. What I did was take the two screws under the wire cleaning handle then I popped off the cover that covers the screws to remove the panel to get to the control board. Its four screws. Two towards the back and two in towards front of cover. Once you remove the cover you will see a thin rectangular board with two screws and a small rectangular black box underneath it. Once you are able to see it. Plug it in and carefully push down on the black box with a pen or pencil or anything other than metal. Push down in quick successions and press the power button. Keep doing that til you see the light come on. I aim not sure if its some type of spring operated contactor but it seems that over time it gets stuck and won't spring up enough to make contact inside. Put everything back together and be careful not to bump or drop the ionizer or you will have to open it and do the same thing again. It took me about ten mins to take apart and  put backtogether. Well I hope this helps someone it fixed mine.

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