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My resmed machine or tubing keeps making a popping sound any ideas to what is happening please thanks

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The sound is caused by discharges - either in one of the preamplifier tubes on on the wiring to them, caused by short bouts of auto-oscillation.
Replace the preamplifier tubes, add some small filtering capacitors on their grilles and check the electrolytic capacitor in the power source/transformer section - they might have dried out due to age. The last one might also be why the light also flickers - the capacitors have lost part of the charge and no longer compensate the sudden spike of current.

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Yes I have an idea get the thing to a shop and have the electronics scanned for fault codes.

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My nose keeps getting congested . I have the pillow maskAir curve10.


Hello, Joan -

Clarificaton: You are asking about the pillow mask for your AirCurve 10 CPAP machine and are wondering why your nose still is congested?

The AirCurve 10 is manufactured by ResMed. One of the support pages on the ResMed website (homepage: https://www.resmed.com/us/en/consumer.html
has some Frequently Asked Questions on getting used to your machine:
https://www.resmed.com/us/en/consumer/support/devices/getting-used-to-your-device.html

From that web page:
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I'm experiencing a dry throat or nasal congestion while using my device. What are my options?

A. Try using a humidifier. Using a PAP machine or other sleep apnea therapy device can sometimes lead to drying and congestion of the throat, nose, and mouth because the airflow generated by the machine is often greater than what your body is accustomed to humidifying on its own. Humidifiers and heated tubes can increase the amount of humidity in the "inspired air" (the air which surrounds you before you inhale it) and may help counteract these symptoms and help make therapy more comfortable.
Talk to your healthcare professional about a nasal decongestant. Nasal allergies and congestion may result in "mouth breathing"' during the night, which dries the throat and mouth and can negatively affect your sleep apnea therapy. Talk to your doctor to find out if using a nasal decongestant or antihistamine may help alleviate this issue.
Talk to your doctor or equipment supplier about chinstraps. Sometimes, during sleep apnea treatment, people unknowingly open their mouths during the night, resulting in a dry throat and mouth. Using a chinstrap may help keep your mouth closed while you sleep.
Talk to your doctor about switching to a full face mask. Chronic nasal allergies or other nasal problems such as a deviated septum can make breathing through your nose difficult. A full face mask, which lets you breathe through your mouth during the night, could be the answer.
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Of course you have to make sure the mask and other parts for the machine are scrupulously cleaned on a regular basis, following the user manual.

Best wishes.

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I just got my resmed AirSense10.I got the set-up figured out,except for how to connect the air supply to the Resmed10. Can you help me?


The small tubing is for connecting to an oxygen concentrator or oxygen tank You might not have that requirement.

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I need top cover for my humidifier part number 324866-301 does anyone know where I can find one?


Shop for Humidifiers' top cover on Google

CPAP.com - H4i Heated Humidifier Top Cover Lid and Seal

www.cpap.com/.../resmed-h4i-heated-humidifier-top-cover-seal.html
People Who Bought H4i™ Heated Humidifier Top Cover Lid and Seal Also Bought. ... This is the plastic cover used with the Resmed Humidiare H4i Heated Humidifier. ... People Who Viewed H4i™ Heated Humidifier Top Cover Lid and Seal Also Viewed.

HumidAire 3i Heated Humidifier Top Cover Lid and Seal

www.cpap.com/.../H3i-Heated-Humidifier-Top-Cover-and-Seal.html
This is the plastic cover used with the Resmed H3i Heated Humidifier. It also includes the plastic gasket below the tube connector.

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My landrover 3.5 v8 keeps cutting out and making popping sound


Yes I have an idea get the thing to a shop and have the electronics scanned for fault codes.

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Hitachi rear projection model 57f59a makes loud popping sound from time to time


Yes and it is common---the set uses 3 picture tubes and where the high voltage (well over 10,000 volts) goes into the side of each tube via a spark plug type wire (with good reason) they completely seal the rubber clip that inserts the wire into the side of the tube.

You are describing almost perfectly when one of the tubes arcs around the anode (what the opening is called--2nd Anode to be precise)

Two things are going to happen--when it pops it can instantly burn the coating off of the offending tube's screen resulting in a burn mark--usually dead center and if red tube arcs the mark will be yellow(only red and visable in that area of the screen.

This damage is permanent once it happens-----Second is that it will arc hard enough to blow some other part out in the set.

let me know if questions.

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Starting a wash, tub overflows and keeps filling...


Sounds like there's a water level sensor problem. The water level sensor works by reacting to the air pressure in a tube connected to the tank. You need to open up the control panel. You may need to remove some screws, but on some machines you can "pop it" by prying it up with a putty knife. You'll find that the water sensor is the back of the knob that controls the water level. If it's a digital machine the sensor will be somewhere else but connected to a clear plastic tube. The first thing you should check is to unplug the tube from the sensor, and blow in it to make it's not just clogged with lint. If the tube flows freely, you'll need to replace to the water level sensor. This is pretty easy to do.

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TV Pops & turns off


There are no tubes; generally the pop happens because of high voltage. It is being shorted out and the pop is either the flyback transformer or the horizontal transistor oscillator. these two are reponsible for creating the high voltage cycle for your television; when either of them or their circuitry is shorted out you hear that "pop" which is the emergency cut off circuitry coming into play to protect the rest of the television.

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