Introduction

This guide will show the user how to remove the outer casing of the Bionaire BAP 600.

Tools

No tools required.

Parts

No parts required.

Rotate base counterclockwise, supporting top with opposite hand.
  • Rotate base counterclockwise, supporting top with opposite hand.

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Pull base away from housing exposing air filter.
  • Pull base away from housing exposing air filter.

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Grab the edge of the filter housing and pull the filter away from the rest of the device.
  • Grab the edge of the filter housing and pull the filter away from the rest of the device.

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Gently pull apart each fold of the filter to check for abrasions or other anomalies.  Clean with a dust rag if necessary.
  • Gently pull apart each fold of the filter to check for abrasions or other anomalies. Clean with a dust rag if necessary.

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Remove all 6 screws from the LED housing.
  • Remove all 6 screws from the LED housing.

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After the 6 screws are removed, remove the LED housing from the bottom of the device by lifting it off.
  • After the 6 screws are removed, remove the LED housing from the bottom of the device by lifting it off.

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Using two fingers lift the translucent LED cover from the inside. Repeat this step for the second tab.
  • Using two fingers lift the translucent LED cover from the inside. Repeat this step for the second tab.

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After lifting 45 degrees, pull the translucent tab away from thee housing. Repeat this step for the second LED cover.
  • After lifting 45 degrees, pull the translucent tab away from thee housing. Repeat this step for the second LED cover.

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Locate the tab about 1 inch below the top vent. Insert a flat  tool laterally past the tab and press in toward the center of the device. As the tab is being held down, pull the two halves of the egg apart to keep the shell open.
  • Locate the tab about 1 inch below the top vent. Insert a flat tool laterally past the tab and press in toward the center of the device. As the tab is being held down, pull the two halves of the egg apart to keep the shell open.

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Locate the second tab on the back of the device approximately 2 inches above the power cord.
  • Locate the second tab on the back of the device approximately 2 inches above the power cord.

  • Insert the flat tool at a slight angle toward the left of the power cord. Depress the tab and pull the two halves of the shell apart.

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Locate the bottom tab on the front side at the same height as the bottom tab on the back side.
  • Locate the bottom tab on the front side at the same height as the bottom tab on the back side.

  • Depress the tab using a flat tool at a slight angle and pull the halves apart.

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Locate the last tab about one inch below the top on the front side.
  • Locate the last tab about one inch below the top on the front side.

  • Depress the tab using the flat tool at a slight angle and finish pulling the removable half of the shell off.

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Locate the screw housing opposite of the control board, and remove the screw.
  • Locate the screw housing opposite of the control board, and remove the screw.

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Locate the control board and grab it by the top and bottom firmly. Pull the board straight out being careful not to flex the circuit while removing.
  • Locate the control board and grab it by the top and bottom firmly. Pull the board straight out being careful not to flex the circuit while removing.

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Locate the screw that was being hidden by the control board and remove it to release the second half of the shell.
  • Locate the screw that was being hidden by the control board and remove it to release the second half of the shell.

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Remove the released half of the shell to finish removing the entire outer shell of the device.
  • Remove the released half of the shell to finish removing the entire outer shell of the device.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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