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Airsense Autoset 10, "Error: power connector in rear is not plugged in"
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Thank goodness I got in today. Fortunately I've raised a stink enough times that when I complain about something, I get in quickly. I don't mean to be such a grouch, but sometimes that's the only way to get things done! Smile

Anyway I have a brand new machine (verified 0 usage hours) and am looking forward to breaking it in tonight. Last night was my first night sleeping with absolutely no therapy in about 10 months - not surprisingly I woke up feeling like garbage, but at least I collected some baseline SPO2 data, which I've been meaning to do (just not on a Mon night, at the very beginning of the work week).
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(04-11-2016, 11:12 PM)sdb7802 Wrote: The power plug is a three conductor plug: an outer shell (+24V), an inner shell (common), and a slender center pin (+3.3V). If you've got a voltmeter you can check the voltages.

Correction: outer shell (common), an inner shell (+24V)

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