Hello and welcome to JustAnswer,
i have tried to find an answer for you and the best i could do was this....
I don't expect that this is a satisfactory answer and do not expect you to click 'accept' but it is a place to start.
also, calling the provider of your CPAP... the local office woudl be another good way to get this straightened out.
if you would like me to i will open this up for others.
Thanks anyway, I guess I have to purchase another from a third party per Fisher Paykel support. Because this is a medical device, they do not share technical info with patients for self monitoring or settings control, even if I own the machine and will be required to use it for the rest of my life.
would you like me to opt out and see if anyone else can help you?
No, that's OK - unless you have a CPAP expert on hand. I'll have to go to a third party vendor for support. It's a medical and insurance industry sham, where a middle man get's an unnecessary piece of the revenue and patients don't have the right to care for themselves.