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How to go from Fixed to Auto Pressure - Dreamstation CPAP Auto
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How to go from Fixed to Auto Pressure - Dreamstation CPAP Auto
I have a Dreamstation AUTO Cpap machine. it was set on auto with a range between
4 and 10.  I somehow got the darn thing to where all I have is a fixed pressure of 8.
I cannot seem to get this back to Auto.

When I press the Ramp and front Button for 5 seconds it turns on but all I get is 
My Setup-My Info-Preheat-My Provider. that is all. I do not get what my manual says
I should be getting, which is:   Therapy Settings-Comfort Settings-Device Settings, etc.

If I click on My Settings I get Ramp Mask Type and Tube Type and several others but 
noting about Therapy Settings which is where I think I need to be.

Anybody know how to get my machine back to where I can get to Auto again? Thanks 
for any help. 


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RE: How to go from Fixed to Auto Pressure - Dreamstation CPAP Auto
You will need to go to the Provider menu. If you don't have the Clinician Guide already, I suggest downloading it.
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RE: How to go from Fixed to Auto Pressure - Dreamstation CPAP Auto
Apnea Board allows provides the setup manuals at no cost, just follow instructions https://www.apneaboard.com/adjust-cpap-p...tup-manual

For your Dreamstation, just follow this simple tutorial and be sure you are in Auto mode with minimum and maximum pressure set where you want https://www.apneaboard.com/dreamstation-...structions
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