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[Equipment] ResMed S9 VPAP Auto beeping
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I have the ResMed S9 VPAP Auto and was wondering how I can lower or shut off the beeping when htere is a leak. this happens twice a night and my wife is about to put me on the couch. HELP!Oh-jeez
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#2
Hmm, that is strange as mine doesn't do that. I highly recommend you download the user manual from the links section here on the forum.
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The only thing I can offer is what d_mac said - obtain your Clinician Setup Manual by following the instructions on this page

http://www.apneaboard.com/adjust-cpap-pr...tup-manual

There might be some way to turn off the beep- most likely to find it in the manual.

If anyone else knows for sure, please reply.

Huh
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Didn't someone a short while ago ask about this? I think it was a Respironics though. In that case, it could not be turned off since the beep was how it gave out errors, too.

You can always find the sound port (usually a small hole) and put tape over it.
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(04-24-2012, 03:49 PM)PaulaO2 Wrote: Didn't someone a short while ago ask about this? I think it was a Respironics though. In that case, it could not be turned off since the beep was how it gave out errors, too.

You can always find the sound port (usually a small hole) and put tape over it.

none of my respironics have ever beeped an alarm for leaks and i have had some big ones. not generation 1, 2 or 3. system one does have a mask warning which i have turned off. i suspect resmed has the same setting.
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#6
Can you turn leak alert off in clinical menu or patient setup menu ?
Whats the leak rate? I don,t use nasal pillows but suppose if goes inside the nostrils may be wrong size cushion and you can always try a nasal mask see how it goes.
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