1.What does red light mean on EverFlo oxygen concentrator?
The Red LED is off and, The Audible Alarm is beeping periodically. The device has detected a high oxygen flow condition. Turn the flow rate down to your prescribed level. Wait at least 2 minutes.
2.What does the yellow light on an oxygen concentrator mean?
There should not be any leak or block to the oxygen flow from the machine to the user. If however the Yellow LED is on and you can hear the beep, it means the machine is not working normally. This is an indication of low oxygen and hence the alarm.
3.Why is my EverFlo oxygen concentrator beeping?
If the yellow light stays lit and the audible alarm continues beeping periodically, it means the airflow to the device is impeded or blocked.
4.How long does Philips EverFlo last?
EverFlo is part of the Right Fit, a complete portfolio of oxygen products and programs inspired by patients and built for business. No homecare provider filter change for two years.
5.How do I clean my EverFlo oxygen concentrator filter?
It is not serviceable. Do not ever attempt to clean it by running water through it. You simply throw it away, and replace it with a new one. If your machine has the accessory foam filter, simply remove it from its holder, rinse clean in your sink, and let it air dry thoroughly before reinstalling it.
6.How often do you change EverFlo filter?
How Often Should You Change the Respironics EverFlo Oxygen Concentrator’s Filter? The Respironics EverFlo filters are low maintenance. So, you only have to change them every two years. You can easily purchase new intake air filters online.
7.How many filters does an EverFlo oxygen concentrator have?
EverFlo has just two filters. The external filter can be changed in minutes without special skills or tools and the internal micro disk filter is simply checked during routine maintenance procedures.
8.What should I do if canister to compressor tubing is failure?
Verify there are no leaks, repair, and leaks in tubing and hoses.
Verify the tubing between the canister and Compressor is connected, and reconnect or replace the tubing.
Verify the tubing is not kinked or pinched, reposition the tubing
9.What should I do if the solenoid valve is failure?
Verify the Valve Solenoid is working, and replace the Valve Body.
Verify wiring harness from the Valve Solenoid to Main PCA is connected, Reconnect the wiring harnesses and retest.
If the problem continues, install the old valve body and new pilot valves.
10.What should I do if the sieve canister is leaking?
Verify there are no leaks in Sieve Canister, replace the Sieve Canister Assembly.