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ResMed S9 Tubing to Respironice Full Face Mask
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I had a 10 ft. tube. It developed a hole in it. I had a Roscoe SBT-CPAP10 that I bought some time ago as a backup. When I tried installing it I found that it did not have the required adapter to fit my Respironics Full Face Mask. I was able to patch the leaky one up until I can contact my DME on Monday. The ten foot hose that I had that leaked was supplied by a DME that no longer exists so I can't get a part number for it. Does anyone know of a 10 ft. tubing that will connect to the quick disconnect on the Respironics full face mask? Thanks, Bob.
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(08-25-2013, 10:50 PM)BobF Wrote: When I tried installing it I found that it did not have the required adapter to fit my Respironics Full Face Mask.

Hi BobF,

I think all CPAP hose ends which connect to the mask are standard (are all the same).

If an adapter is required, maybe the adapter is actually part of the mask which has remained stuck in the old hose?

Perhaps you can work the old hose off of the adapter so you can use the adapter with the new hose?

Take care,
--- Vaughn
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(08-25-2013, 11:07 PM)vsheline Wrote:
(08-25-2013, 10:50 PM)BobF Wrote: When I tried installing it I found that it did not have the required adapter to fit my Respironics Full Face Mask.

Hi BobF,

I think all CPAP hose ends which connect to the mask are standard (are all the same).

If an adapter is required, maybe the adapter is actually part of the mask which has remained stuck in the old hose?

Perhaps you can work the old hose off of the adapter so you can use the adapter with the new hose?

Take care,
--- Vaughn

Hi Vaughn. You are right. The adapter is part of the mask. I was able to work the adapter off the old hose. I am going to buy a couple of spare hoses on Monday. Thanks a lot. I thought that the hose end adapter was molded onto the hose. Regards, Bob.

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