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There is a Fault in your Humidifier! UGH!
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So I awoke to a an Alert on my VPAP Adapt saying, "There is a Fault in your Humidifier" book says to discontinue use and consult DME.

Called DME and they said they will send me a new Humidifier. I asked if I could drive over and pick one up from them, because it will be a long weekend without one?" Guy said he would ask his Supervisor and call me back... well that was 2 hrs ago.

So my question is... Does anyone have any suggestions to help me make it through the weekend without Warm/Humid air, Mainly because I have added 3L/min Oxygen. That tends to dry me out pretty bad... Thanks for any suggestions!?!?

Thanks Chad
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NasoGel® Gel Spray is a drug-free saline based water soluble nasal gel formulated with sodium hyaluronate to provide nasal moisture. NasoGEL® provides moisture to hydrate and lubricate dry and irritated nasal passages caused by dry climate and indoor heat. It helps reduce nasal dryness experienced during air travel, oxygen & CPAP use, as well as dryness symptoms caused by atrophic rhinitis, post radiation therapy and sinus surgery.
NasoGel® Moisturizer helps to alleviate dryness caused by:
• Dry Air
• CPAP machines
• Oxygen therapy
• Sinusitis
• Allergies
• Common Cold
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(01-17-2014, 03:52 PM)JohnNJ Wrote: NasoGel® Gel Spray is a drug-free saline based water soluble nasal gel formulated with sodium hyaluronate to provide nasal moisture. NasoGEL® provides moisture to hydrate and lubricate dry and irritated nasal passages caused by dry climate and indoor heat. It helps reduce nasal dryness experienced during air travel, oxygen & CPAP use, as well as dryness symptoms caused by atrophic rhinitis, post radiation therapy and sinus surgery.
NasoGel® Moisturizer helps to alleviate dryness caused by:
• Dry Air
• CPAP machines
• Oxygen therapy
• Sinusitis
• Allergies
• Common Cold

Thanks JohnNJ... Going to see if I can get that at the local RX Big Grin
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(01-17-2014, 03:52 PM)JohnNJ Wrote: NasoGel® Gel Spray is a drug-free saline based water soluble nasal gel formulated with sodium hyaluronate to provide nasal moisture. NasoGEL® provides moisture to hydrate and lubricate dry and irritated nasal passages caused by dry climate and indoor heat. It helps reduce nasal dryness experienced during air travel, oxygen & CPAP use, as well as dryness symptoms caused by atrophic rhinitis, post radiation therapy and sinus surgery.
NasoGel® Moisturizer helps to alleviate dryness caused by:
• Dry Air
• CPAP machines
• Oxygen therapy
• Sinusitis
• Allergies
• Common Cold

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Remove water tank, unplug from power outlet and detach humidifier and climate line
Plug the machine, attach the humidifier and try with and without climate line
Resmed say not place power cord close to the machine


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(01-17-2014, 05:34 PM)zonk Wrote: Remove water tank, unplug from power outlet and detach humidifier and climate line
Plug the machine, attach the humidifier and try with and without climate line
Resmed say not place power cord close to the machine

Thanks Zonk, I just picked up a Brand new H5i from my supplier and he is going to send me a new ResMed’s AirFit™ P10 nasal pillows mask to trynext week... Pretty Happy, they were very nice and Helpful today! Big Grin
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(01-17-2014, 06:28 PM)ChadIAm Wrote:
(01-17-2014, 05:34 PM)zonk Wrote: Remove water tank, unplug from power outlet and detach humidifier and climate line
Plug the machine, attach the humidifier and try with and without climate line
Resmed say not place power cord close to the machine

Thanks Zonk, I just picked up a Brand new H5i from my supplier and he is going to send me a new ResMed’s AirFit™ P10 nasal pillows mask to trynext week... Pretty Happy, they were very nice and Helpful today! Big Grin

Must not have been Apria

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(01-17-2014, 07:17 PM)me50 Wrote:
(01-17-2014, 06:28 PM)ChadIAm Wrote:
(01-17-2014, 05:34 PM)zonk Wrote: Remove water tank, unplug from power outlet and detach humidifier and climate line
Plug the machine, attach the humidifier and try with and without climate line
Resmed say not place power cord close to the machine

Thanks Zonk, I just picked up a Brand new H5i from my supplier and he is going to send me a new ResMed’s AirFit™ P10 nasal pillows mask to trynext week... Pretty Happy, they were very nice and Helpful today! Big Grin

Must not have been Apria

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Me50.... lol My supplier is Classic Sleep Care out of Agoura Hills, CA they are Very Very Nice and Helpful and they have Great Goodies for there clients in the Office Big Grin
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Hi ChadIAm,
It's GREAT to hear that you have a good DME, that's almost unheard of these days.
Good luck with the new humidifier.
trish6hundred
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(01-17-2014, 07:40 PM)trish6hundred Wrote: Hi ChadIAm,
It's GREAT to hear that you have a good DME, that's almost unheard of these days.
Good luck with the new humidifier.

trish6hundred, Fortunate that they are in a "RICH" area of California... Without good Customer Service they would lose some of there clientele. Plus all of us Californians are stuck up snobs and would cry if we weren't pampered... lol Wink lol
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