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filter material or good filters? Where?
I ordered my replacement stuff from the cpap people and I got these lame see through filters for the air intake. The ones I had before were great, you couldn't see through them and we have a dusty house with cats. I know these new filters won't filter out the crap in our air here in the house. any suggestions?
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04-28-2015 10:59 PM
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RE: filter material or good filters? Where?
You could check supplier 1 or 18. I'm sure they'll have the filter you need. As far as I know the filters aren't interchangeable.
04-28-2015 11:01 PM
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(04-28-2015 11:01 PM)truetopath Wrote:  You could check supplier 1 or 18. I'm sure they'll have the filter you need. As far as I know the filters aren't interchangeable.

I corrected my post, it's an s9. Apap.
04-28-2015 11:05 PM
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I think what I need is the hypoallergenic filter, these other ones they sent are cheap see through POS.
04-28-2015 11:10 PM
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RE: filter material or good filters? Where?
I have the s9 autoset, and my filters are not see through. If you have the a10 now you can check the suppliers I listed above and you should be able to get the real filters.
04-28-2015 11:11 PM
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(04-28-2015 11:11 PM)truetopath Wrote:  I have the s9 autoset, and my filters are not see through. If you have the a10 now you can check the suppliers I listed above and you should be able to get the real filters.

I'm not seeing any suppliers listed above. all I see are 1 or 18?
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At the top of the page is a tab named supplier list, check out number 1 and 18 on that list. We can't write website names on here.
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(04-28-2015 11:57 PM)truetopath Wrote:  At the top of the page is a tab named supplier list, check out number 1 and 18 on that list. We can't write website names on here.

thank you!
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No problem, good luck to you!
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(04-28-2015 11:10 PM)sddarkman619 Wrote:  I think what I need is the hypoallergenic filter, these other ones they sent are cheap see through POS.

They send you the generic ones, make sure you order ReesMed S9 air filters (made by ResMed), the description can be confusing.
Both S9 and AirSense 10 uses the same filters. Hypoallergenic filters might catch finer particulars but the standard air filers are good all rounder
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