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[CPAP] Classic heater ?
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(08-02-2015, 05:08 AM)iSnore Wrote: If you have a heated hose plugged in, you should not see SYSTEM ONE Humidification or be able to access the Classic settings. . . . . . . . .<> . . . . . . . the hose will be 15H if a heated hose is attached and the machine will set this automatically. If it is not a heated hose, you'll see 15 for a 15 mm slimline hose or 22 mm for a standard hose. . . . . . . <> . . . . .

Thanks, I checked and for sure I do not have a heated hose. My current machine settings are working well for me, but I cannot seem to find where to set (or even view) the Pressure (if I ever wanted to experiment).

I do see a pressure of 6 when it first ramps up, but I cannot see it in setup or info. The Veterans Hospital set my pressure when they sent me the card. Is it possible they have locked the pressure setting where I cannot access it ?

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You can get a clinician setup manual by following the instructions here to get one emailed to you http://www.apneaboard.com/adjust-cpap-pr...tup-manual

The clinical menu is accessed by turning the control knob to Setup, then pressing the control knob and ramp button together until you hear two beeps. That will put you in clinical mode and you can read the pressure, humidity and other settings in the setup menu, and information about the machine blower hours, therapy hours, etc in the INFO menu. Don't make changes until you understand what they are, and it's a good idea to write down the settings you see so you can return to the current settings if you do make changes.
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(08-08-2015, 12:05 PM)Sleeprider Wrote: You can get a clinician setup manual by . . . . . <> . . . . . . Don't make changes until you understand what they are, and it's a good idea to write down the settings you see so you can return to the current settings if you do make changes.

Thanks I will check all that out.
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