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New member needs help with Devilbiss dv 54 sleepcube autoadjust
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New member needs help with Devilbiss dv 54 sleepcube autoadjust
PHello to all,  have joined today and it's great to have somewhere to source information. I am having some trouble accessing the set up menus on my machine(not new but new to me). I have tried hold the ramp button and down button on and press the on button.  ANy help would be appreciated thanks
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RE: New member needs help with Devilbiss dv 54 sleepcube autoadjust
G'day Wayoutbush. Welcome to Apnea Board.

You can get the clinician's manual for your machine via the CPAP Setup Manuals link at the top of this page. Be sure to read the instructions carefully so that the elves can send you the correct manual for your machine.
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RE: New member needs help with Devilbiss dv 54 sleepcube autoadjust
Welcome to Apnea Board, Wayoutbush. Good luck with your new to you machine.
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RE: New member needs help with Devilbiss dv 54 sleepcube autoadjust
Hi Wayoutbush,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
Good luck with CPAP therapy.
trish6hundred
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RE: New member needs help with Devilbiss dv 54 sleepcube autoadjust
Thanks guys for your response.  Have sent email requesting manuals.  Cheers Wayoutbush
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RE: New member needs help with Devilbiss dv 54 sleepcube autoadjust
Thanks everyone. Received the two manuals. I still can not get the machine to go into clinical setup. The main problem I am having is I have had a resmed clap for about 10 years on a setting of 14.5. I want to go to auto but am finding the lower setting of 4  is not enough air.   Any ideas? Thanks
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RE: New member needs help with Devilbiss dv 54 sleepcube autoadjust
Have learnt a lesson. The machine will not enter clinical set up if it is being powered on the 12 volt adaptor. Received mains powered lead yesterday. Straight into clinical set up. Adjusted settings. 7.6 hours solid sleep. Cheers
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RE: New member needs help with Devilbiss dv 54 sleepcube autoadjust
Thanks for that tidbit of info, 

if I can only recall it the next time i need it.
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Hey WikiEditor! Can we start a page on "Weird Things You May Need To Know"? or "Things They Forgot To Put In The Manual"?

just sayin'
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