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Can anyone tell me how to adjust pressure.  I saw post that machine has square in back and to pop out and adjust dial. There is no dial.
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(03-22-2017, 01:09 PM)Sanilac04 Wrote: Can anyone tell me how to adjust pressure.  I saw post that machine has square in back and to pop out and adjust dial. There is no dial.


Hi Sanilac04,
I found two sets of instruction.  Not quite the Model you list, but the directions may be the same for your machine.

Fisher & Paykel HC 234: Enter programming mode by holding down the "Ramp" (top) button and the "Next" (Right arrow/bottom button) for three seconds. When you get into the pressure set mode you will first be able to set adjust altitude, which is indicated by a drawing of a mountain range on your screen. You can change or ignore this setting and then push the "Next" (Right arrow/bottom button) to advance to pressure setting which will be indicated by the characters "cm h20 " on the screen. Use the Up and Down keys to change the pressure setting. Lastly, push the bottom button again to exit programming mode.

Fisher & Paykel HC 220 & 220LE: On the side of the machine where the power switch is, you should be able to see a little small cut-out shape like a square, or hidden door. Simply push and pull down and it should slide off, under that there is a black dial that you turn up or down to change the pressure. (note: the right dial, not the left). Right in front of the adjuster knob is an LCD window that will give you the current pressure setting.
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Hi Sanilac04,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
Good luck to you as you continue your CPAP therapy, and also with getting your pressure set.
trish6hundred
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Thanks so much. I think I figured it out.
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