I agree with what has been said. Clean as best you can without shorting out the electronics. Let it air dry. Then install a new filter and let it run for several hours. Install another new filter. Try it. If it is still smokey, chuck it.
It sounds like there may be no pressure or flow measuring device that you can read. If this is the case and you want to try it, I would definitely fit a manometer to it so you can read the pressure so you will at least have some idea what you are doing.
One thing you could also try is to get one of those "moldy closet" things. Put it and the cpap in a sealed bag and see if that helps. But only if the closet de-stinker doesn't have a perfumy smell of its own. Covering one smell with another just makes it worse. Heck, a plastic bag and several boxes of Arm and Hammer might work, too!
You could contact a company that cleans things after a fire or flood and see what they recommend. It's what they do for a living so they probably have a few tricks up their sleeves.
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Anyone know where I can find a water chamber for my GoodKnight 318? Short story shorter, My husband melted mine. Thanks!!
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You nmight look at the suppliers list at the top of each page here on the board and see if any of them have what you are looking for.
Hang in there for suggestions and best of luck to you.