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PMI Probasic Pressure setting
#1
Any information on resetting the pressure on the PMI Probasic Zzzz travel machine? I know it is loud, and no issue there but the pressure is high and out of warranty....
I am thinking of a new traveller, but would like to work with this one first
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#2
Hi rmeints, welcome to the forum.

I'm not sure if this is the correct machine - Probasics ZZZ-PAP? The instructions are:

Note:
Detailed instruction for "Compliance Meter ™" and the "Therapy Pressure" are separated because of concerns with renting service management and accidental wrong setting by others. Please tear off this page from manual before delivering this product to end-user.

You have been warned Smile

To Set the Prescribed Therapy Pressure
1. Press "MENU" to select [P XX.XcmH2O] menu while in the standby screen.
2. Hold the "UP" and "DOWN" button, and then simultaneously press the "MENU" button for one second. Meanwhile, the LCD screen [P XX.XcmH2O] should start blinking to allow you to adjust the therapy pressure from 4 to 18 cm H2O.
3. Press "UP" or "DOWN" button to increase or decrease the pressure setting in increments of 0.5 cm H2O.
4. After selecting the prescribed pressure, press "MENU" to confirm.
5. Press “START/STANDBY” button to go back to standby screen or leave the device to automatically go back to standby screen 5 seconds later.



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#3
That's perfect! I do appreciate it, hoping in a hotel I may be able to slow the freight train I hear at night when I travel!
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#4
Hi rmeints,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
Best of luck to you.
trish6hundred
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#5
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Thanks loads, Living on the edge I dropped the setting on this machine 1.5 to 10.5, the noise of course drastically reduced, pressure was fine and I slept crazy good.
Thanks
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