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I have an older air purifier with indicator light bulb(s) and these light bulb(s) no longer work within the unit. What should I do?

You can disregard the indicator light bulb(s) within the machine, as long as the unit works just fine. It's possible for these bulbs to simply burn out over time. If you can sense clean fresh air in your home and do not notice dust (or other airborne particle) accumulation, then you know your machine is working. On the other hand, if you cannot sense or tell the machine is working, then there's most likely a mechanical problem within your unit as a result of which the light bulb indicator(s) do not work. If this is the case with your machine, please visit the repairs page of our web site to see if you unit is still repairable and available options including repair cost.