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ResMed A10 turning itself off, then back on.
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ResMed A10 turning itself off, then back on.
I've a 2 month old ResMed A10 that has just started turning itself off, then back on. Anyone have this problem?
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RE: ResMed A10 turning itself off, then back on.
Hi Rolando,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
Hang in there for answers to your questions, good luck to you withCPAP therapy.
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RE: ResMed A10 turning itself off, then back on.
You either have Smart start selected on or you have a loose connection at the power source. That could be at the wall, power brick, or machine. Also it could be a loose connection inside the machine.
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RE: ResMed A10 turning itself off, then back on.
A major leak in conjunction with the Smart Start feature might trigger this. Especially if you have the A10 set to a nasal pillow setting and using a FFM.
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RE: ResMed A10 turning itself off, then back on.
My first thought was loose connection. I checked them all repeatedly. I've turned off Smart Start. It does seem that when there is a brief stop in breathing pressure (like an Apnea!) that will cause the machine to turn off.
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RE: ResMed A10 turning itself off, then back on.
Rolando,
If you can't find the reason for this, consider returning your machine for a replacement.
There should be a 2 year warranty.
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