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Sleepyhead time log
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Although I go to bed a little after 10PM, and get up around 4AM,bed time is shown as starting in the 1800 range, or 6PM. Is there something I need to change to have the time stamp correct? Thanks!
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Set the internal clock in the s9 Autoset machine.
Ask for the clinician manual for instructions on how to set the clock.
The link is in the private files area. It's done by email request.

It's important to have it set correctly -- one reason is that a CPAP day starts and ends at 12:00 (noon).
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(10-18-2014, 06:24 AM)justMongo Wrote: Set the internal clock in the s9 Autoset machine.
Ask for the clinician manual for instructions on how to set the clock.
The link is in the private files area. It's done by email request.

It's important to have it set correctly -- one reason is that a CPAP day starts and ends at 12:00 (noon).

Thanks for the reply. I will do that. Kind of tells me the DME just barely got it out of the box before I showed up, because every else was in default mode, regardless what was on prescription. Headed for daytrip to NC mountains; fix that when I return. Thanks, again.
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