(03-21-2014, 04:12 PM)Bama Rambler Wrote: Let us know the model number on the bottom of the unit. (Remove the humidifier tank first if you have one.)
How did you measure the pressure to know it was only producing 6 cmH2O?
Does the LCD screen show 6 or does it show 12 as it's supposed to?
I didnt measure, sorry i was just guessing lol. The screen shows a 12 like it should.
I cant seem to find a model number anywhere.
here is a rundown of the bottom.
1001 murry ridge lane murrysville, pa 15668 USA
*little book with an 'i' in it*
Complies with RTCA/DO=160F section 21 category M
ETL Classified (intertek listed symbol)
conforms to UL Std. 60601-1
Certified to CAN/CSA STd. C22.2
Use only with powersupply: REF 1058190
This is a medical device.
(03-21-2014, 04:15 PM)JWR Wrote:
(03-21-2014, 04:05 PM)jenniepepsi Wrote: I would rather not take it to get serviced, as they told me it would be VERY expensive, since i own my machine and dont go through a health supply service or whatever it is.
My machine has held up for the last 5 years. ive taken it apart, serviced it myself, kept it clean.
but over the last week, it is blowing weak. and i mean, WEAK. like at a 6 pressure.
I sleep with 12 and with the machine at 6 i wake up feeling like im suffocating.
Does anyone have any ideas for me to try before i spend the money getting it professionally serviced or replaced.
Sounds like the blower is getting weak, find a cheap donor machine on craigslist and give it a transplant. If you've been inside it already you should have no problem changing out the blower. Or get a newer machine from supplier 2 on the list.
Thank you. Ill check on craigslist, and its obvious and easy to replace the blower