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Filters for Resmed
#1
Angry 
I am on the Sunshine coast of Australia, can someone advise where I can get replacement filters for my Resmed machine.

The one in it is 6 months old and I think it should be replaced http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/images/.../angry.gif
Happy sleeping
From Worthog in Brightwater (Mountain Creek)Oh-jeez
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#2
Hi worthog
I got mine from Supplier #13
very close to you at the Gold Coast
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#3
stick the filter in the washing machine and clean it, its made off strong materials also you can pick them up for for about $10 for 12 on ebay theres plenty to chose from. Hope this helps
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#4
Thanks Zonk, just ordered them
Thats a good scotch reply from Dreamcatcher
Happy sleeping
From Worthog in Brightwater (Mountain Creek)Oh-jeez
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#5
I got mine from Supplier #13. They have both Resmed and Generic filters for the S9.

Considering the price equates to $2.50 a month (even less for generic filters), I replace mine monthly.
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#6
Quote:Thats a good scotch reply from Dreamcatcher

Scotch is a drink ??? Thinking-about Too-funny

I think I get what you mean you mean a Scottish reply so lets put that into the right context and re-write the sentence.

Thats a good Scottish reply from Dreamcatcher, especially as he is an Englishman. Too-funny Laugh-a-lot Dielaughing
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#7
I no longer use the washable (per DC) filters in my machine, having elected to use the hypoallergenic variety which seem to do a very good job for me. I got mine from Supplier #1. These are particularly helpful as I am surrounded by animals (pets, of course), dander, hair and all. Pets also the reason my machine cannot sit on the floor. Filter life there is measured in minutes.
Breathing keeps you alive. And PAP helps keep you breathing!
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#8
Quote:Pets also the reason my machine cannot sit on the floor. Filter life there is measured in minutes.

Ain't that the truth! I have an alarm on my iPod Touch to tell me to change the filters the beginning of each month and to check them on the 15th. I got other maintenance on my computer (and dog meds) on those days so adding one more to the list wasn't difficult. Between the dust and the fuzz, the filters rarely last the entire month.

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(05-09-2012, 06:08 AM)Dreamcatcher Wrote:
Quote:Thats a good scotch reply from Dreamcatcher

Scotch is a drink ??? Thinking-about Too-funny

I think I get what you mean you mean a Scottish reply so lets put that into the right context and re-write the sentence.

Thats a good Scottish reply from Dreamcatcher, especially as he is an Englishman. Too-funny Laugh-a-lot Dielaughing

But ask yourself why it is called Scotch? Could it be that (at least originally) it referred to whiskey made it Scotland and was thus a shortened term for Scottish (Scotch) whiskey?

That's a question because I don't know the answer. But what I do know is that, in the nineteenth century, Scottish folk were often referred to as the Scotch.

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#10
When it comes to our health, and most of us will be on CPAP for life or at the least several years I would recommend the hypoallergenic. The price difference is well worth better health. Also the peace of mind having the best filter currently available is a plus and should help you sleep better!Big Grin It does me!!!
Tim
Finger Lakes Region, NY
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