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I tried adjusting my machine down a few psi. In the process I set the machine to it's default settings. Is it too late to make any safe adjustments? Thanks
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It's never too late Woolly, unless of course it's bedtime. Then it's too late. If you know what the pressures were, you can set it back the way it belongs. Also check things like Ramp settings.
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Hi Woolly70,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
Good luck to you in getting your pressure set so you can continue your CPAP therapy; hang in there for more answers to your question.
trish6hundred
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