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Post: #11
RE: Filter change time!
I know there was a thread about tis . I wonder how it came out? what side of the s9 filter faces out? rough or smooth? AND I think that is a really nice thing to do. Remind us elderly people to change the filter
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12-24-2012 12:25 PM
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Post: #12
RE: Filter change time!
Hi HILLTOPPER,
In my S9AutoSet, I use two (2,) filters. The rough filter lays next to the machine, (it goes in first,) and the smooth, (hypo-allergenic)filter goes in on top of the rough filter, (away from the machine,) I hope that makes sense.

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12-24-2012 02:04 PM
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HILLTOPPER Offline

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Post: #13
RE: Filter change time!
Thank you. I just have the one filter one side rough & the other smooth. Maybe I need the hypo one?
12-24-2012 02:07 PM
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Post: #14
RE: Filter change time!
(12-24-2012 02:04 PM)trish6hundred Wrote:  Hi HILLTOPPER,
In my S9AutoSet, I use two (2,) filters. The rough filter lays next to the machine, (it goes in first,) and the smooth, (hypo-allergenic)filter goes in on top of the rough filter, (away from the machine,) I hope that makes sense.

Is using 2 filters at the same time a good idea?
Are you not restricting the air flow to the machine?

But if you continue to use 2 filters at the same time, I would put the hypo-allergenic filter in first (closest to the machine).
That way the "rough filter" (the ResMed "Standard" filter) would filter out the larger particles leaving the finer ones to be caught by the hypo-allergenic filter.

The way you are doing it now, there is nothing that the hypo-allergenic filter does not catch that is left for the Standard filter to catch.
12-24-2012 02:23 PM
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Post: #15
RE: Filter change time!
Hi Steu, Thanks for the suggestion about changing the filters around. I used to use a Respironics machine and could use two filters in it. In the S9, I have not noticed any reduction in airflow with using two filters. However, if it is better to use only one, I can start doing that, no problem.
Thanks again for the tip.

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12-24-2012 02:38 PM
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Post: #16
RE: Filter change time!
My Escape came with 2 filters installed but the cover kept falling off. I finally gave up and just use one.

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12-24-2012 05:10 PM
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Post: #17
RE: Filter change time!
Yeah, that's the way my s9 came and, if memory serves me correctly, the rough filter lays against the machine and the smooth (hypo-allergenic,)filter lays on top of that.
I have been able to manage it but it is kind of tricky.

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12-24-2012 05:26 PM
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Post: #18
RE: Filter change time!
Mine were exactly the same. Have I mentioned my DME are idiots?

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12-24-2012 05:28 PM
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Post: #19
RE: Filter change time!
Ha-Ha, yeah, but it doesn't hurt to be reminded again, (Ha-Ha.)

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12-24-2012 05:33 PM
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Post: #20
RE: Filter change time!
(12-24-2012 05:26 PM)trish6hundred Wrote:  Yeah, that's the way my s9 came and, if memory serves me correctly, the rough filter lays against the machine and the smooth (hypo-allergenic,)filter lays on top of that.
I have been able to manage it but it is kind of tricky.

Did your S9 AutoSet really come with 2 filters already in the machine?

The specs for that machine state that it only has 1 filter.

Mine came with only the "Standard" filter.
But, I now use only the Hypo-allergenic filter (the ResMed brand one - not the Generic ones most DMEs now provide) because my group plan paid the same amount for either one.

I haven't bought any filters since I became enrolled in Medicare, so I am not sure if Medicare pays the same amount for either filter.
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12-24-2012 05:49 PM
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