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[Pressure] If you can Help
#1
Hi

I'm new to this site but not new to Sleep Apnea
I have a Medical Industries America Inc. Model 902 RemRest and I'm looking to see if anyone has a manual or knows how to increase the pressure. I'm currently at 14PSI and just feel its not enough. I've had the machine since 2006 works great and its spot on so I'm giving it a shot to see.

Thanks
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#2
Welcome

These machines don't last forever. At ten years, I'd be thinking seriously about taking advantage of the technological improvements.
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#3
Hi Ernest,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
I'm not familiar with your machine, hang in there for answers to your questions and much success to you as you continue your CPAP therapy.
trish6hundred
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#4
Hi, Ernest. Welcome to Apnea Board. There's a link at the top of the page called "CPAP Setup Manuals." If you look on that page and do a search for "RemRest", you can take a look and see if that's what you need.

(07-07-2016, 11:55 PM)Ernest Wrote: Hi

I'm new to this site but not new to Sleep Apnea
I have a Medical Industries America Inc. Model 902 RemRest and I'm looking to see if anyone has a manual or knows how to increase the pressure. I'm currently at 14PSI and just feel its not enough. I've had the machine since 2006 works great and its spot on so I'm giving it a shot to see.

Thanks

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(07-07-2016, 11:55 PM)Ernest Wrote: Hi

I'm new to this site but not new to Sleep Apnea
I have a Medical Industries America Inc. Model 902 RemRest and I'm looking to see if anyone has a manual or knows how to increase the pressure. I'm currently at 14PSI and just feel its not enough. I've had the machine since 2006 works great and its spot on so I'm giving it a shot to see.

Thanks


Hi Ernest,

Evo RemRest 900 Series: Turn on the machine, then turn off the machine. Immediately after that, simultaneously press both arrow buttons. While holding those 2 buttons down hit the power button to take you to the setup mode. Scroll through the menu using the arrow buttons until you get to the particular setting you want. To change the pressure use the up and down arrow buttons to change the levels. When done press the mode button to apply settings and then power off machine.

You can order the manual here:
http://www.apneaboard.com/adjust-cpap-pr...tup-manual
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#6
WOW that is the most complicate I have seen, surprised you do not have to stand on one foot while chewing on the other Smile
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#7
PoolQ,
Good minds think alike. I was thinking to myself as I read Opal's reply, "Do the Hokie Pokie and Turn Yourself Around". Too-funny
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#8
like I actually copied the instructions from the "setup manuals" link above.

I've never heard of that machine, hope it works.

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