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Why does my SoClean machine flash red and green?

The SoClean machine typically flashes red and green when it is running a cycle of its sanitization process. During this process, ozone is released into the machine to help eliminate germs and bacteria in the water.

The red light generally indicates the cycle is starting, while the green light usually means it has finished. It is important to remember to not open the SoClean machine while it is running, as the ozone can be harmful.

Additionally, make sure the lid is securely closed prior to operating the SoClean machine. If the flashing red and green lights persist even after you make sure the lid is securely closed, it may mean the filter needs to be replaced, so check the filter and replace it if necessary.

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

When you remove your mask from your SoClean machine, it is normal for the lights to flash yellow and red. This is the SoClean’s way of telling you that the cleaning cycle has been interrupted. It’s a visual indication that you will need to continue running the cleaning cycle until the green light is illuminated to indicate that the cycle is complete.

The flashing yellow and red lights are a safety measure put in place to prevent the machine from running in an incomplete or interrupted cycle and potential damage to the device. It is recommended that you wait until the lights stop flashing before plugging or unplugging your mask, or turning the machine off, as this can cause the cleaning cycle to become interrupted.

How do you reset a SoClean filter warning?

Resetting a SoClean filter warning is relatively simple and straightforward. First, you should start by unplugging your SoClean CPAP machine and then remove the canister. After the canister has been removed, press and hold the on/off power button on the machine for at least 3 seconds.

This will turn the machine off, which will then reset the filter warning. Once the warning has been reset, you can reassemble your SoClean CPAP machine and resume treatment. It is important to note that the filter warning may remain until the cartridge has been replaced, so make sure to check the expiration date on the filter cartridge for the best performance.

Additionally, if the filter warning does not reset after the reset attempt, you will need to contact SoClean customer service for additional assistance or a replacement unit.

How do I know when to change the filter on my SoClean machine?

It is recommended to change the filter on your SoClean machine every 6 to 12 months, or when the filter indicator light turns on. You will know when to change the filter when the filter indicator light turns on or when the red replacement filter reminder light remains on, even after resetting the machine.

The red reminder light may also flash back on after a few weeks. When changing the filter, make sure to replace it with an approved filter that is compatible with your machine, as indicated by the filter code located on the label of the filter itself.

Additionally, if your machine is not working properly, it may be a sign that the filter needs to be changed. If you are still unsure, contact the customer service team of the SoClean manufacturer to verify the filter replacement.

What is the lifespan of a SoClean machine?

The lifespan of a SoClean machine will depend on several factors, including proper usage and maintenance, but is generally quite long. On average, a SoClean machine can last 5-10 years, depending on the model and how it is cared for.

The SoClean machines are made with the highest quality components and materials, so with proper care and maintenance, the machine could still be functioning after 10 years or more. If a machine is not properly maintained, it may need to be replaced earlier than expected.

To ensure your SoClean machine lasts as long as possible, it is important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for care and maintenance, as well as read any warnings and cautions included with the product.

Has SoClean 2 been recalled?

No, the SoClean 2 has not been recalled as of 2021. The product still remains a popular device among those who require CPAP machines. The SoClean 2 is designed to eliminate harmful bacteria, mold, and allergens from CPAP machines and equipment, and is approved by the FDA as a Class II Medical Device.

However, if you have any questions or concerns about the product, it is recommended that you contact the SoClean customer service team for assistance.

Is there a class action lawsuit against SoClean?

At this time, there is no known class action lawsuit against SoClean. SoClean has faced a few legal actions in the past, but none of them were class action lawsuits. In 2017, SoClean was accused of misleading consumers about its product in a false advertising lawsuit.

Ultimately, the court dismissed the case and the plaintiff was ordered to pay legal fees. In 2018, SoClean was sued by competitor ResMed for alleged patent infringement. That case was eventually settled out of court and the details of the settlement have not been made public.

SoClean has faced no class action lawsuits in its history.

Can a SoClean machine make you sick?

No, a SoClean machine cannot make you sick. The SoClean machine is designed to automatically clean and sanitize the components of aCPAP machine, which is often used to treat sleep apnea. In the process, the SoClean machine is designed to kill 99.

9% of the germs, bacteria, and other contaminants that may be present in the CPAP equipment. This means that when you use your CPAP machine, your risk of becoming ill from germs and bacteria is significantly reduced.

Additionally, the SoClean machine is designed to be used with CPAP cleaning supplies that have been approved by the FDA and certified as safe for use. Therefore, you can be assured that the SoClean machine will not make you sick.

What does the red light mean on SoClean 3?

The red light on the SoClean 3 signifies that it has gone into standby mode. This occurs after being left inactive for a few minutes. To restart it, simply press the On/Off Button located at the top right corner of the device.

The red light will switch off and the green light will come on and the device will be ready to use. If the red light continues flashing, please check the power adapter connection and try again. If it still does not turn on, please contact the SoClean customer service team for assistance.

Why was SoClean 2 discontinued?

SoClean 2 was discontinued in 2018 due to numerous production and functional issues. Because of these, the company was unable to resolve the problems and provide a satisfactory product to its customers.

Specifically, production issues included difficulty in calibrating the device, inadequate levels of customer support, and supply chain and fulfillment problems.

Functional issues included the device’s ventilation system not performing as intended, the device not reaching high enough temperatures, and the device’s ability to be programmed effectively.

These production and functional issues resulted in the decision to discontinue the SoClean2 machine in 2018. The company continues to offer other products within its product line that focus more on simplified designs and customer experience.

Why does ResMed not recommend SoClean?

ResMed does not recommend SoClean as a cleaning solution because the device was not designed with the SoClean technology in mind. ResMed machines use a HEPA filter to remove particles. The SoClean device does not offer this protection and therefore does not guarantee high levels of cleanliness.

This can be a concern for those with respiratory conditions or weakened immune systems. Additionally, the chemical cleaning solutions used in SoClean may degrade the plastic components of the machine and reduce its longevity.

For these reasons, ResMed does not recommend using SoClean for maintenance of their products.

Is ozone from SoClean harmful?

No, the ozone from SoClean is not harmful. SoClean uses a safe and controlled amount of ozone to sanitize CPAP equipment. Ozone (O3) is an all-natural sanitizer and deodorizer that kills 99. 9% of bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens on contact.

SoClean uses a built-in safety feature that stops ozone production whenever it detects a disassembly of the device. Additionally, all SoClean devices are ETL listed to UL 867, which is a safety standard that limits the amount of ozone produced to safe levels.

In addition, SoClean is designed to operate in a well-ventilated area, so that no ozone remains in the room once the device is done running.

Can I use my CPAP if SoClean is yellow?

Yes, you can still use your CPAP even if the SoClean light is yellow. The yellow light indicates that the chamber is warm, which is normal and not a cause for concern. The SoClean is designed to heat the air entering the CPAP in order to properly disinfect the humidification chamber and mask.

Although this process takes time, the chamber should be kept at a safe temperature for use. If the light is still yellow after more than 10 minutes, then you should turn off the machine and contact your healthcare provider for further advice regarding its use.

How often should I change my SoClean 2 filter?

It is recommended that the filter on a SoClean 2 be changed every six months. The filter helps ensure that your SoClean 2 is operating optimally and that the air being pulled in and circulated by the unit is free from dust, debris, and other contaminants.

Taking this into account, it is important to properly maintain the filter in order to extend the life and improve performance of your SoClean 2. As you will be using the unit roughly twice every day, it is easy to forget to check the filter so it is helpful to mark the date on your calendar when the filter was last changed.

This will ensure that you are never too far overdue in changing it out, allowing you to get the most out of your SoClean 2.

Does the SoClean 2 tell you when to change filter?

No, the SoClean 2 does not tell you when to change the filter. The manufacturer recommends changing the filter every 6 months, depending on your usage. SoClean recommends changing the filter when the filter pressure gauge, which is located on the bottom of the machine, reaches a reading of 0.

4 bar or greater, and also whenever it begins to make more noise than normal. Additionally, if you notice an increase in water vapor or an increase in odor, these are signs that the filter needs to be changed.

Ultimately, it is up to the user to determine when the filter needs to be changed.