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[Symptoms] Fatigue
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Hi glad to help. Your should download your clinical manual here. http://www.apneaboard.com/adjust-cpap-pr...tup-manual

Just press the control knob and home button for 3-seconds and you will be able to enter Clinical Settings. The first option in Therapy is the mode. Change from CPAP to Auto. That will give you options for minimum and maximum pressure settings. I'm sure this willl greatly improve your results. Let me know if you have any questions.
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#22
Good afternoon,

I just wanted to thank everyone for their time, help and advise. The suggestion to raise the level from 4 to 8-14 was dead on. My numbers now range from 2-4 events. I have changed doctors since then and she analyzed the data and made the proper adjustments. PS. my doctor stated that she often uses your site and finds it very helpful.   I am so much better! Thank you again!!
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#23
Awesome!!!!!!
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