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I have a 2006 Chevy Colorado. When I have the Oxygo set to 5 liters then it will not charge at all in the truck. It will sometimes hold it's current charge, but will not build a charge. I have to lower the setting to 4 liters to get it to build a charge. I'm using the factory supplied car charger. It charges just fine at home with the home charger not matter what setting I have it on.
The problem is not new. I remember hearing this from many people in the early 2000s who couldn't power their home concentrators in their vehicles when traveling. This was before POCs, so if you… read more
The olegraymare, the evaluation procedures vary somewhat by site and how they view each of the components also varies by site. You'll be better off asking the site you want to explore what their… read more
I've not had them, but the results seem to depend to a great extent on where you have the procedure done and the expertise of the individuals doing the evaluations. The more rigorous the evaluation… read more
I 'am going to look into getting Zephyr valves to see if it can possibly enable me to walk more than 2-3 miles a day , has anyone tried them? If so what is positive and negative about them? All responses will be cherished.