11-23-2014, 02:51 PM
(This post was last modified: 11-23-2014, 03:33 PM by justMongo.)
Last week, near midday, I left the room and returned to find my LCD screen lit; and the blue lamp on in the tank.
Today, while sitting at the computer, I heard a double click... I looked over and again my LCD screen is lit; and the blue lamp on in the tank.
I've not seen any interruptions in my sleep data.
So, I guess it comes down to either the power brick, which is warm; or the surge protector it's plugged into. I suspect the latter.
wish me luck.
(And, I think I should buy a spare power brick -- which supplier on the list is best for the US market??)
Anyone know the difference between the 369102 and the 36821 ResMed power brick?
Zonk: You're the go to person... do you know?
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11-23-2014, 03:45 PM
(This post was last modified: 11-23-2014, 03:52 PM by surferdude2.)
You're on the right track since a power interruption will trigger the unit to come alive. I suspect any source for that PS from a CPAP supplier will cost twice the price of a similar or better unit made for a computer. I'd be tempted to make my own power cord adapter and use a run of the mill PS. I think the power cord (dc side) can be bought but I don't remember where at. Maybe Google it.
Good luck, Dude