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Spider nebulizer 2.how to piece together

Hi i need some help to try and get the pieces to fit on my nebulizer can anyone tell me how they go togther .i have the paper showing hoe to put together but its for a diffirent kind of nebulizer ..thank you

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The long tubing should have a green end and a blue end. (If both ends are the same it does'nt matter) Now the little cup that holds the medication...look at the bottom of the cup. It should have a male connector (blue or green) take the end of the tubing that matches the color of the male connection and firmly plug them together. Hold the chamber/cup upright. If your unit has a little plastic diffusor, drop that inside the chamber. now locate the top af the chamber and screw it on. You should have a large whole the size of a nickle on top. This is where you squeeze the medication in. After putting in the medication put the mask(or mouthpeice) Firmly into the place where you put the medication into....and your peices should be assembled. Last thing is to plug the other end of the tubing into the machine itself and then turn on the power.

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