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Daikin Air Purifier Service

Daikin air purifier is a great product for enhancing your comfort level at home. With innovative technology and noiseless operation, it enhances the quality of your indoor air. It perfectly eliminates bacteria, allergens, airborne particles, and bad smells from your apartment's air. This appliance comes with electrostatic HEPA filters, active plasma ions and streamer discharge for purified air. It effectively eliminates any harmful particles from the air which increases your living experience. It also comes with an odour sensor. The quality of air affects your health, therefore, clarifying it directly improves your well-being. Your appliance, despite all these qualities, needs regular maintenance for its best performance. Your air cleaning system will last a lifetime if properly cared for and maintained. OneDios provides you with Daikin air purifier service for different issues. You don't even need to contact Daikin air purifier customer care and it takes only a minute with OneDios for you to raise a request.

Types Of Requests In OneDios

OneDios lets you customise the request according to your requirement. Following are the request types available for Daikin air purifier:

Service Request

Service request includes general servicing. Regular maintenance is essential to keep your Daikin air purifier in good working order. A brief account of general servicing is given below:

1. General Servicing

The most critical maintenance chore for ensuring your air purifier's efficacy is to replace or clean its filters regularly. Filters that are blocked or dirty impede airflow and drastically impair a process performance. Testing all parts and replacing air purifier filters are part of the general servicing for Daikin air purifiers. Your air purifier will be inspected and repaired by a qualified technician.

Breakdown Request

Breakdown request includes the issues related to the non-operational state of your Daikin air purifier. There could be some problems faced by customers while working with the appliance and these are mentioned below:

1. Abnormal Odour

If your Daikin air purifier smells nasty after use then it may indicate a problem with your filters. They could be broken or worn out. The purifier can also emit a plastic-like odour. The plastic may begin to emanate an unpleasant odour when it heats up during use, but this should fade away with time. However, if it emits a constant strong burning odour, it could be a significant issue. A Daikin authorised technician will determine the exact cause of the abnormal odour. So, you must book a service with OneDios without contacting Daikin air purifier customer care.

2. Does Not Operate

A clogged filter is one of the most likely causes of your Daikin air purifier not working. When your air purifier cleans the air, it pushes it through a filter that catches mould, pollen, and other irritants. The filter will eventually become blocked and will need to be changed. There could be some other possible reasons for your appliance. After booking a breakdown request in OneDios, a technician will determine the exact reason behind this problem and will rectify it accordingly. Unlike Daikin air purifier customer care, it does not take much time.

3. Other Symptoms

If you are facing some other problem with your Daikin air purifier, then you can select this option. You can select a suitable date for servicing and a highly qualified technician can check the appliance and will repair it accordingly.

4. Stops Immediately

If your Daikin air purifier stops immediately, then it might be a result of internal component damage. A technician can easily trace the exact cause of this issue. Instead of using a Daikin air purifier customer care, use OneDios for quick results.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q.1 What is the maximum amount of space that an air purifier can cover?

Air purifiers are available in several sizes to accommodate a variety of areas. Single-room portable air purifiers typically cover an area of up to 700 square feet.

Q.1 What is the preferred area for my air purifier?

Because most air purifiers are meant to clean single rooms, it's reasonable to put one in the room where you spend most of your day. If you spend a fair amount of time in a home office or the living room with your family, then place your Daikin air purifier in that room.

Q.2 Do air purifiers remove bad smells from the surroundings?

Yes, an air purifier with an activated carbon filter removes bad smells, such as odours caused by smoke, pets, food, waste, and even baby diapers, from the surroundings. Other filters like HEPA filters cannot remove bad odour and only eliminates pollutants from the surroundings.

Q.3 What is the working principle of an air purifier?

To purify the air, an air purifier uses a fan to pull in the air and then filters or cleans it. Some air purifiers are less effective since they do not require a fan.

Q.4 What is an activated carbon filter, and how does it work?

A thick layer of activated carbon makes up the activated carbon filter, which captures volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and gases from the air. It aids in the reduction of a variety of smells. The activated charcoal filter is another name for it.

Q.5 What does the acronym HEPA stand for?

High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) is an acronym for High-Efficiency Particulate Air. A HEPA filter is made up of many types of fibres. It is intended to collect particles more effectively. A HEPA filter can filter out 99 per cent of tiny particles with diameters as small as 0.3 microns.

Q.6 When should an air purifier's filter be replaced?

Depending on usage, the HEPA filter should be replaced every 6 to 12 months. Carbon filters quickly become saturated, therefore thus may need to be replaced sooner than HEPA filters. It also differs between brands and kinds of air purifiers. A filter life indicator is found on almost all air purifiers.

Q.7 How loud does an air purifier make?

There are several fan speed options on an air purifier. The higher the fan speed, the more noise it makes, and the lower the fan speed, the quieter it is. It varies, though, depending on the manufacturer and model.