Posted by D. H. on January 31, 2003 at 14:10:34:
If the reservoir breaks on any F&P CPAP, you cannot use the CPAP, even without the humidifier. I don't think that F&P makes any CPAP's without built-in humidifiers. If it cracks in certain places, it can be taped up, but if it breaks near one of the connecting points, there's no way to patch it up.
An emergency bypass - to use the CPAP without the humidifier - that could be packed in the CPAP bag for this purpose would be helpful. At home, there's always a spare on hand. When traveling, the reservoir is too bulky to pack a spare.
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