Inogen One G4 Maintenance

Portable oxygen concentrators require maintenance and service to ensure they operate correctly. Regular maintenance of your Inogen One G4 will keep the unit performing at the highest level and will extend the life of the unit.

By following these basic maintenance tips, you can rest assured that your Inogen G4 will last for years to come.

Some of the items we cover:

  • The importance of keeping your unit and vents dust and debris free
  • Handle the Inogen G4 with care
  • Don't overcharge your batteries
  • Use your Inogen G4 at least 10 Hours per month
  • Two months before taking a trip, ensure everything works flawlessly
  • Once a month run on battery only and AC or DC only
  • Why you should change your cannula monthly
  • Cycle all of your batteries for even use
  • Maintenance Checklist
  • If you are experiencing issues, please call Customer Support

Routine Maintenance for the Inogen One G4

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About Doug Leister: Doug joined American Medical Sales and Rentals in June of 2018 to continue to improve on our highly rated customer experience. Doug has over ten years of Operations and Customer leadership and is passionate about building a culture designed to deliver an effortless experience. Doug works closely with our oxygen specialists to ensure that our technical knowledge and customer experience provides on our vision "To Make Life with Oxygen Therapy Easier." He was familiar with oxygen before he hit the door as he found us through a family member who is a long time customer and is extensively trained on oxygen therapy products from leading manufacturers such as Inogen, Respironics, Chart, Invacare, ResMed and more. He periodically writes columns to help educate our customers about oxygen therapy and respiratory issues.

2 thoughts on “Inogen One G4 Maintenance”

  • Beverly J Blair
    Beverly J Blair January 22, 2019 at 6:53 am

    The display on my Enogen One G4 has started to fog over, what is causing this to happen?

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    • Margaret Goodman
      Margaret Goodman January 24, 2019 at 2:50 am

      This can happen by moisture or dirt getting in there somehow. As long as you can read the screen and your oxygen saturation levels are good, you should be ok. If you are concerned about it, however, you can contact the place where you purchased the machine, and they may request that you send the unit in to have it looked over.

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