Detach/separate resmed units to fit in travel bag?

by Debbie
(Washington, DC)

HELP!! I just received my C-Pap machines and wasn't told how to separate the two parts of the unit so they can fit in the travel bag!! Please explain!!!

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Jun 26, 2012
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Don't Feel Bad
by: CpapHelpDesk

You are not alone. Many people have been in your shoes. Thanks for explaining how you found the solution :)Thank you for sharing.
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Jun 26, 2012
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Found The Solution
by: Debbie

Couldn't figure out how to separate the two units to be able to pack them in the travel bag, and no u-tube video; no answers on the Internet were provided.

So if anyone is a stupid as I was, here's the answer, which I figured out myself: just press the indented black circle on the back of the unit where the water goes, and voila! the units separate!! (It would have helped if somewhere, either in the literature, it was explained -- or, if there was an arrow on that circle, or it said "press," (which I was afraid to do, at first).

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