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How do i get the red beeping sound off the oxygen concentrator

My oxygen concentrator has been beeping with a red light signal. I would try and make sure the oxygen was being afloat like make sure there are no kinks in the oxygen cord. Then I would trun it off then turn it back on....then it would go beeping again in like ten minutes. Please I NEED YOUR HELP. THANKS!!

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