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Sleep report time period
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I am using a ResMed S9 Auto with a rather new AirFit P10. I would like to evaluate my nightly leakage but when I unplugged my machine and replugged it in the time period reverted to 1 month instead of one day. I know there is an reset option to do this but I have gotten no suggest from the dealer or Resmed. Can someone give me the steps to change the time period for the sleep report.

Much obliged

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Welcome to the forum.

Press the "Info" button. Rotate the big knob on the right from Sleep Quality to Sleep Report. Press the big knob twice, once to select the reporting period and the second time to enter the edit mode. The reporting period will turn orange when you're in the edit mode. Rotate the knob to select the reporting period. When finished press the knob again to exit the edit mode and the entry will turn blue. You can now exit.
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Hi iwolgca,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
Hang in there for more responses to your post and much success to you with your CPAP therapy.
trish6hundred
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Thanks That was a quick and perfect answer. My question got answered and my problem solved, once and for all.
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