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Resmed S9 Unexplained Pressure Drop
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Does ResScan show the same glitch?
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The data and the SD card were corrupted.  

Several days ago the humidity dropped to near 40%. Below this level requires me to use the S9’s detachable humidifier.  When I connected it, I noticed the S9 had a problem recognizing the ClimateLine hose . . . Yes it had one, no it didn’t, yes it did, no it didn’t . . .and so on for several attempts until it decided there was one.  At that time I thought that was strange, but I moved on to more pressing things like, “Do I really want to hang the Christmas lights and should I have another cup of coffee?”.    I have learned my lesson, “If it looks or acts odd, stop and check further.”  A simple CPAP shutdown and a reformat of the card corrected the problem.  Now, only Summary data exists for that day’s info.  All detailed data was lost. The only evidence that it occurred is in the images I posted.

Also, ResScan only provided Summary data for that day.

Thanks for all the input!  Now, do I want to hang those Christmas lights?
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Glad you got that sorted out, Red. Smile

Did you tell Santa you want a new Cpap machine?
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Make sure those lights are nice and bright. You want to make sure Santa can find your house.
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Bah Humbug!
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