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[Equipment]  How to view statistics on M Series Auto CPAP with A-Flex
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My hubby has this machine - getting pretty old, and he has not been seeing his doc for follow up, etc.Oh-jeez Wondering if it is possible to view stats on this machine, and if so, how? On the screen, I see setup option, and available here on site are instructions on adjusting settings, but I'm more interested in seeing if we can check the stats.

In addition, the machine has suddenly started spitting in the middle of the night from the humidifier. ??

Thanks for any advice!
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welcome to the board
just checked the manual which is available by direct download (section two). you need to set the feature: ON - to shows AHI/Leak stats on the screen http://www.apneaboard.com/adjust-cpap-pr...tup-manual

the water in the hose called rainout .... turn down humidity setting a notch or two also you can add a hose cozy which is basically fleece material wrapping which helps insulate the hose
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Thanks so much, zonk! I found a more basic manual for the machine - I must have missed section 2 there. That's just what I was looking forl

The water problem is not in the hose - it's spitting out onto the bedside table - not in terrific amounts - either a 2 cm puddle or a bit of spray - just weird. It's never done this before.
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Hi renatae and WELCOME! to the forum.!
As far as your problem with the water spraying out of the M series machine is concerned, I think there are some rubber seals on the water tank (which goes into the humidifier,)that might need to be replaced.
Best of luck to you.
trish6hundred
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Thanks Thank you, Trish, for the welcome and advice! I really appreciate everyone on this forum and their helping, caring attitudes!

You are probably right about the seals - in fact, that's what my hubby said today. He really needs some replacement things for his unit!



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