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How do I reset my SoClean after replacing the filter?

Resetting your SoClean after replacing the filter is a quick and simple process. First, unplug the SoClean from power. Then, locate the reset button located on the back of the SoClean, using the tip of a paperclip to press and hold the reset button for 10 seconds.

After 10 seconds, release the reset button and plug the SoClean back into power. Lastly, power on the SoClean and the machine will then detect the new filter and complete the reset process. That’s all you need to do to reset your SoClean after replacing the filter.

Do you have to reset SoClean after filter change?

No, you don’t have to reset SoClean after a filter change. However, if your disposable filter has been replaced with a new filter, you should start a new cycle in SoClean to ensure that the device is ready to start delivering clean, sanitized air to your space.

To begin a new cycle, start by pressing the power button located on the base of the device. Then, press the hour/minute button until the timer displays the desired cleaning time, typically 12 hours for normal use.

Finally, choose either the manual or automatic cycle, depending on your preference. The SoClean will then run for the 12-hour cycle, creating clean, sanitized air in your space.

How do I change the filter on my SoClean machine?

Changing the filter on your SoClean machine is a quick and easy process.

First, shutdown the power to your unit. Unplug the power cord from the power outlet and unplug any accessories, such as the Ozone Check tube.

Next, locate the Filter Cover located at the back of the unit near the power cord. Slide the Filter Cover Slide off and pull out the product filter.

Look for the cut line located on the filter. Line up this cut line with the indicator arrow on the product filter. Discard the used filter, then take the new product filter and ensure it is seated properly, with the indicator arrow pointing towards the cut line.

Push the Filter Cover back in place, ensuring it is secure, then plug in any accessories, such as the Ozone Check Tube. Last, plug the power cord back into the Power outlet.

Now, your SoClean machine is ready for use with your fresh filter.

Why does my SoClean machine flash red and green?

The SoClean machine may flash red and green for a few reasons. This could indicate a power issue or short in the connection wire. It may also mean that the SoClean machine’s filter needs to be replaced, or that the machine isn’t getting sufficient water flow.

Finally, it could mean that a software update is needed, or that there is a problem with the water supply line. If the issue persists, it is recommended that you contact customer service for assistance.

Is there a class action lawsuit against SoClean?

At this time, there is no known class action lawsuit against SoClean. SoClean has been in business since 2012 and has been providing high quality products to its customers. They have consistently received positive reviews and feedback from customers, and have been named a top choice in CPAP cleaning systems by many customers and CPAP experts.

However, if there are enough people who have experienced a problem with a SoClean product that could potentially be covered by a class action lawsuit, they may be able to file a class action lawsuit.

People who believe they may have a valid claim should contact a qualified attorney for further advice.

Why was SoClean discontinued?

SoClean was discontinued because it was not very popular with consumers due to its complicated design and many customer complaints regarding its effectiveness. The product was marketed as a way to reduce airborne allergens, but many customers found that it actually increased their allergy symptoms.

Additionally, the device was difficult to use, often requiring several attempts to be cleaned properly. Furthermore, SoClean was expensive and bulky, which hindered its popularity among consumers. Ultimately, the lack of customer satisfaction combined with its complexity led to the decision to discontinue the product.

What is the lifespan of a SoClean machine?

The average lifespan of a SoClean machine is 5-7 years, depending on usage and maintenance. However, since the CPAP cleaner is designed to run and maintain itself, it is expected to last for a number of years with minimal maintenance.

To enhance the lifespan, replacement filters and parts should be purchased and replaced according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Additionally, users should periodically deep clean the interior of the SoClean machine in order to prolong its life.

Why does my SoClean flash yellow and red when I remove my mask?

When you remove your mask from the SoClean, it will flash yellow and red because it is in the process of purging the chamber of any collected contaminants. During the purging process, the SoClean releases a solution of activated oxygen (ozone) through the mask port.

The ozone is meant to clean the internal components of the SoClean from any bacteria and germs that have festered due to the humid conditions in the chamber. This process often takes several minutes and the yellow and red lights should turn off once the purging has finished.

Can I use my CPAP if SoClean is yellow?

Yes, you can still use your CPAP if SoClean’s light is yellow. A yellow SoClean light simply means that there may be an issue with its maintenance or operations. It is important to check that all components are properly connected, properly powered, any obstructions causing power loss, etc.

If everything seems to be in order, you can use the CPAP as usual. If the issue persists, contact SoClean to resolve the issue.

Why does ResMed not recommend SoClean?

ResMed does not recommend the SoClean device because its use may cause damage to ResMed devices and their other products leading to poor air quality and impaired performance. SoClean uses a gas-phase disinfectant, ozone, which is highly reactive and can cause corrosion of exposed metals and other materials.

The use of this gas-phase disinfectant can cause permanent damage to the internal components of ResMed devices, leading to a decrease in air quality and potentially impairing the performance of the device.

Additionally, ResMed devices are tested and tested again to ensure peak performance without the need for additional cleaning products, making SoClean unnecessary. Ultimately, ResMed has determined that using SoClean is not the best option when caring for your device, and encourages users to maintain their device according to the instructions and guidelines provided in the user guide.

Is SoClean 2 being recalled?

No, SoClean 2 is not currently being recalled. The SoClean 2 Air Purifier is a productsafety approved, effective, and environmentally friendly disinfectant device. The device uses ozone to break down and sanitize germs and other contaminants while keeping air in your home fresh.

The SoClean 2 Airpurifier has been vigorously tested to ensure it meets all applicable industry standards, and is rigorously certified to comply with all applicable safety codes. Additionally, SoClean has established a 30-day no-questions-asked money back guarantee so you can feel confident that you are making a reliable purchase.

Is there a recall on SoClean CPAP machines?

At this time, there is not an active recall for SoClean CPAP machines. However, the U. S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does provide safety information and recalls for medical devices, so it is important to check the FDA website’s recall listings periodically.

In addition to any active recalls, the FDA provides instructions on how to use and maintain medical devices. It is important to read through both the instructions provided by the manufacturer and the information provided by the FDA when operating any medical device.

It is also important to remember that SoClean machines are only intended to clean and sanitize CPAP equipment, and they should not replace regular cleaning and maintenance of the machine by following the manufacturer’s instructions.

Regular cleaning is needed to keep CPAP machines in good working order and to prevent any potential health hazards associated with using a dirty machines.

How often should you change the SoClean filter?

It is recommended that the SoClean filter be replaced every 6 months. This is to ensure that the filter is effective and to extend the life of the machine. Additionally, the filter should be cleaned monthly by removing the filter from the machine and rinsing it with warm soapy water.

It is then important to let the filter air dry completely before putting it back in the machine.

Is ozone from SoClean harmful?

No, ozone from a SoClean device is not harmful. SoClean devices contain ozone to sanitize CPAP equipment. Ozone is not harmful when used within safe concentrations, and the ozone levels created by a SoClean are well within those safe ranges.

In fact, some studies have found ozone to be an effective, safe way to sanitize and improve the performance of CPAP equipment. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine also endorses using ozone to help sanitize the air in standard CPAP devices.

With regular use, a SoClean device can help keep CPAP equipment free from germs, molds and viruses.

How often will Medicare replace a CPAP machine?

Medicare generally covers the replacement of a CPAP machine every five years; however, they also may grant a replacement before that time if the device is malfunctioning or falls short of meeting medical expectations.

This means that a replacement machine can be requested sooner than five years if certain criteria are met. Medicare will cover the replacement for the same item if the equipment was prescribed by the physician and is needed for achieving a therapeutic resolution to the beneficiary’s condition.

Medicare also requires that the requesting beneficiary must have an existing Medicare Part A and Part B before the replacement will be authorized. Additionally, the requesting doctor must certify that the replacement is medically necessary and will benefit the beneficiary’s health.