Sorry if post has been addressed, but unable to find answer. I recently had to buy a used machine (less than 30 min) to replace my Puritan Bennett 425 BiPap. It's served me well. However, it sounds like it has had a part come loose. Same seems to be happening with my PB CPap 420 which I use for travel. I am pretty handy, retired engineer, but never had machine apart until this situation. It appears the blower motor has shaken loose. Not sure if I should just push back in place, bond it back, replace, leave alone, etc. Machine has always had a slight rattle.
1. Anyone had theirs apart and repaired it?
2. Technical/assembly manual available?
3. Anyone have a good repair service they know, trust, recommend?
Thank you in advance for your your reply and advice.
Hi Milestogo, WELCOME! to the forum.! Just keep checkin' back in to this board and someone will have an answer to your questions shortly. Best of luck to you.
No, I've not taken one apart. If I still had my S7, I would have done so with it, just to see what was in there.
As far as I know, there's no technical/repair manual available. Even more suppliers don't repair them, they just send them to the manufacturer or they replace it. We live in a disposable society.
Do a Google search for CPAP repair and see what pops up.
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