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Old 2017-02-22, 5:44pm
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When considering whether or not to buy a compressor, keep in mind that they don't last as long as the concentrators do. I would recommend you research how many hours you can expect a homefill to work. For some reason 2000 hours keeps running through my head. If that is the case, at 519 hours, that compressor still has a lot of hours of use.

I am currently in the process of setting up my homefill. I have an EX-15 concentrator and my mom gifted me a homefill that has 87 hours on it. I just bought two used K tanks for $300, and all of the items necessary to hook it all up which cost me approximately $100. I am waiting for all the pieces to arrive in the mail to set it all up and start filling my tanks.
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