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cpap troubles
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Help. I just returned from a friends home 4 hours away to realize I forgot my cpap. I really do not want to have to drives all the way back right now. I have an older cpap a good knight 420 S but it has the wrong setting on the pressure does anyone know how I can reset the pressure to use it until, I can get my other one back? Any help will b appreciated. I taking it to where I did the sleep study and saw the doctor they said they couldn't do it so they called the company where I get my supplies and they said they couldn't set it I would need to buy a new one. Surprise like I am made of money r something. Please help if possible. Sorry so long of a post
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#2
Puritan Bennett GoodKnight 420 Series: Make sure the CPAP machine is plugged in, then find the secret button beneath the "Go" in the word GoodKnight which appears just above the LCD screen. Press the secret button and the Information Access button simultaneously for 2 or 3 seconds. The CPAP machine will now be in the provider setup mode. Press the Information Access button to cycle through the list of adjustable settings, and use the arrow buttons to make adjustments.

Clinical manuals available via Email, scroll down to section three for 'Puritan Bennett manuals'
http://www.apneaboard.com/adjust-cpap-pr...tup-manual

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#3
Zonk is the man. I bet it's in the list of machines the forum provides info for but he can make it quick and easy. I can't believe that the "professionals" would not help out. Money hungry asshats, or corporate policy (of greed).
Good luck,
Doc J
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#4
Hi grammy,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
Best of luck getting that machine set up 'till you get your other one back.
trish6hundred
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#5
Hi Grammy,

Welcome to the forum! We hope the information provided has worked for you. Please keep us posted.
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#6
Go, Grammy, Go! And welcome to the forum. Sounds like zonk has you on the right track.
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