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Cpap alarm
My new cpap machine resmed airsense has an alarm that goes off for one minute every night at 1:11am no matter if I'm at home or away. Any suggestions as to what this could be and how to fix it. Thank you
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Do you have the clinical manual? If not go to the link above and request the appropriate manual. You may find the answer there.
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There are alarms that can be set in the menu of the machine.
One may be set. Normally these are used to remind people to change filters, et cetera.
They all need to be turned off. Why one would go off at 1:11AM is a mystery.

Do get the manual; and go through and look at the alarms.
You request it by email using the instructions here: http://www.apneaboard.com/adjust-cpap-pr...tup-manual
You can probably just turn off an alarm that's been set.
If it turns out none are set -- return it as defective.
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Hi Scott Kelland,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
Good luck to you with CPAP therapy.
I sure hope you are able to get that annoying alarm turned off.
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