What do I do if the total flow is too low?
If the flow is too low, you may need to replace the filter
under the Pumani pump. For instructions on how to check the flow and how to
replace the filter, see the User & Repair Manual.
What do I do if the bead in the flow meter is sticking/not moving?
If the Pumani unit is not in use for some time, or is used in a very humid environment, the bead inside of the flow meter can become stuck. To loosen the bead, you will need to take the following steps: 1. Open the unit 2. Identify the ...
What do I do if the oxygen flow meter is not working?
If the bead in the oxygen flow meter is not moving, follow the troubleshooting steps below: Turn on the unit Ensure the oxygen flow meter is fully open Attach external oxygen source Gently knock on the oxygen flow meter If the bead is still not ...
What do I do if the knob on one of the flow meter detaches?
If you loosen a flow meter too much, the knob may detach from the meter. If the knob detaches, you can place the knob back on the meter by turning the knob to the right until it reattaches into the meter.
What do I do if the oxygen tubing detaches from the oxygen port?
The oxygen tubing may detach from the oxygen port if the oxygen flow is much higher than the total flow, or if the flow meters are closed and the oxygen flow cannot be released. To prevent this from happening, make sure the flow meters are open and ...
How does the Pumani bubbleCPAP work?
The Pumani bubbleCPAP contains two main components that provide pressurized airflow to the patient: the pump and the water bottle. There is a pump inside of the unit that provides the airflow to the patient. There is a water bottle located on the ...