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Help: Devilbiss IntelliPAP Auto Adjust
I have the machine above with a humidifier I purchased 3 months ago.

yesterday morning I knocked machine over upside down (not even realizing I had knocked it over getting out of bed half asleep) our power was out at the time due to nor'easter. I went to bathroom and bam all of a sudden power came back on in that moment my machine came on making a horrible noise that's when I realized I had knocked it over. (what are the chances)

I dried off machine, hose and mask. Did not think anymore of it until last night when I plugged it back in... Machine is blowing air forcefully but when I breath out it continued to blow air in not changing much. I had a code of device defaulted.
I have unplugged and but near heater vent to dry :/ I'm panicked I don't have the money to replace or fix. Does anyone have any idea about this machine????
Bummer JG... I hate it when that happens.....

It can definitely be big problems when the machines hit the deck, especially when water enters the machine. The fact that it's still running sounds promising though, so keep your fingers crossed.

Start from the basics: Download the Clinician manual from the links at the top of the page. Once you are satisfied the machine is thoroughly dried out, enter the settings area for the machine and reset the pressure or other settings to your needs. It's possible it just got it's brains rattled a little between the power surge and the being applied to the floor abruptly. I hope so.

Good luck!
Hi Jgerrish81,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
I'm sorry to hear about your machine, hopefully, when it drys out, it will work.
Hang in there for more suggestions.

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