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HELP! machine died and need a quick solution!!
Hi and welcome to the forum SleepyinMTL! Thanks, you just reminded me to bring my second (backup) machine to Florida for the winter so I don't risk having to buy another if current one has a problem.
APNEABOARD - A great place to be if you're a hosehead!! Rolleyes

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Mine Remstar auto did the same thing coming up
with that e-39 error. I unplug the power and it
looks like the problem cleared. Or at least it's
been working ok the last month.
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I hope you have a machine by now. But 2 months ago I was
using the same model you are and it also coded as e-39 . I unpluged
the power cord and that cleared everything up and now it's working.
I know it's time to send this to the old cpap's home and I have
retired it but it's nice to have a backup around evenif it's old.
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