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Res Med S9 Autoset Problems
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(01-10-2014, 09:27 AM)jgolim Wrote: What I did noticed is that the green power led (on-off switch) on the S9 is off during the night. Does anyone know if this is how it's supposed to be?

Gerard

(01-11-2014, 04:23 PM)Tez62 Wrote: nmbugs, the green is basically in stand by mode and blue is when its on, all the lights do go off after a couple of minutes so people aren't woken by lights. It's one of the feautres I really like and was the first thing I asked, that and I wanted the quietest machine possible as I'm sensentive to light and sound. I think yours sounds like it is working fine.

Tez, yes I understand. I was replying to Gerard, sharing my experience especially since me50 and PsychoMike said their light stayed on all the time. I think all the lights going off takes us Newbie's by surprise. I wish my resp therapist who set me up told me about it so I didn't think the machine was malfunctioning at first Oh-jeez Grin

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#22
No worries, glad yours is working well Smile
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#23

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Just a thought: Is it possible to green Standy Indicator light is only present if you have SmartStart (the auto on/off feature) active?
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I don't use Smart Start and the green light is on my power button
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