I see you have no insurance to help with the expenses of having a machine. Have you checked the marketplace if you are in the US?
Since your machine is older and there have been a lot of advances since you got your machine or since your machine was manufactured, it may be less expensive to look at the supplier list and purchase a machine from one of them. They also have gently used machines.
You can call American Sleep Apnea Association • 1717 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Ste. 1025 • Washington, DC 20006 phone 888/293-3650 • fax 888/293-3650 to see if they know of resources to help you.
I am sure others will have suggestions for you
Welcome to the forum.. No great answers, and I know how you feel - no insurance here either.
But doing without, is not a good answer either!
Since you didn't give a location, this may or may not work for you. Watching Craig's list, I have seen various CPAP machines selling for less than $100 bucks.
*I* am not a DOCTOR or any type of Health Care Professional. My thoughts/suggestions/ideas are strictly only my opinions.
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