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[Pressure] How to change pressure - Respironics Solo
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Does anyone have info on reducing the pressure on a Respironics Solo Model # M622062E ?
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(07-18-2012, 12:04 AM)slgoltz Wrote: Does anyone have info on reducing the pressure on a Respironics Solo Model # M622062E ?
Here is the link to the user manual
http://www.respironics.com/UserGuides/Us...SoloLX.pdf
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Hi slgoltz and Welcome! to the forum.! I'm not able to help you with your question but keep checking back as I'm sure someone will be able to help you, bedst of luck.
trish6hundred
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Zonk sent me a link with the following instructions on how to change pressure on a Respironics Solo LX machine. Here's the info:


Instructions for entering Setup Menu of Respironics Solo LX:


1. Place the Solo LX device on a readily accessible surface. Plug in the power cord to the wall outlet. Unplug the power cord from the rear of the device.

2. Hold down the "Pressure" and "Ramp" buttons simultaneously while plugging the power cord back into the rear of the device. Release the buttons.

3. Read the current pressure setting on the display. Press the "Ramp" button to increase the pressure setting.

4. Hold down the "On/Off" button when finished and press the "Ramp" button once. Release the "On/Off" button.


slgoltz:
Please let us know if this works for you - I'd like to update our CPAP Setup Manual Page with these instructions if we can verify that they actually work.


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SuperSleeper
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Welcome to the Forum!!! We are glad you joined us!!! Welcome

SS was kind enough to answer your request. Don't be a stranger!!!
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Yes it works .
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