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My Remstar Plus Series M has C Flex. It is turned OFF. How do I turn it ON? Thanks

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(11-02-2015, 06:28 PM)Franko Wrote: My Remstar Plus Series M has C Flex. It is turned OFF. How do I turn it ON? Thanks


You will need to go into the Clinicial menu and select CFLEX and either 1,2 or 3, with 3 giving the most exhale relief.

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I can set the 1,2,3 level. It will not remove the OFF indicator and then go to ON. It worked earlier today. I just acquired this unit and needed to increase the pressure setting. Somehow it backfired on me!

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If your sure that CFLEX is enabled from the providers menu, then you should be able to choose a setting.
This machine is an older machine and could need repair.
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Hi Franko,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
Much success to you with your CPAP therapy.
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