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AirSense 10 AutoSet - Clock 12 hours off?
#1
Is it possible that the internal clock on the AirSense 10 AutoSet could be 12 hours off? Mine seems to think that Midnight is actually Noon? I think I remember reading somewhere that it counts a "day" from Noon to Noon since most people sleep before and after midnight each night?
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#2
Yes, it's quite likely - the clock uses a 24 hour system so if somebody set it to say 2:30 in the afternoon instead of 14:30 then it would be 12 hours out.

To access the clinical menu, press and hold the Home button and dial for 3 seconds
Go to the Settings menu
Set the clock to the correct local time (24 hour system)
To exit the clinical menu, press and hold the Home button and dial for 3 seconds and select "Exit clinical menu"
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#3
Yes it is. But the clock reads from 00:00 to 23:59 when looking at the display to set it.
So, it a little hard to make a mistake in setting it. Noon is 12:00
And the CPAP day starts and ends at 12:00
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#4
(04-11-2016, 06:50 AM)justMongo Wrote: So, it a little hard to make a mistake in setting it.

not for people that don't think in 24hour time.
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#5
Hi All,

Thank you for the suggestions! The time was indeed off by 12+ hours and is now set correctly!

I did have one issue that may not mater, but the date was also off. It was one day fast. When I tried to set it back one day, it said that the date could not be set in the past....so much for time travel...
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