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#61
RE: CPAP Question
Go back to manual climate settings and use a humidity setting of 4, and tube temperature of 80 to 84 (anywhere in that range). This will increase humidity back to what you are accustomed to without rainout.
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#62
RE: CPAP Question
Awesome, thanks! I will give it a try tonight! Hopefully I can figure out why I’ve been having issues the last month!
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#63
RE: CPAP Question
(09-23-2020, 10:55 AM)Sleeprider Wrote: Go back to manual climate settings and use a humidity setting of 4, and tube temperature of 80 to 84 (anywhere in that range). This will increase humidity back to what you are accustomed to without rainout.

Wow.. I feel a lot better this morning, thank you! Does humidity have that large of an effect on results?
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#64
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Apparently for you, it affects comfort. Smile Glad it worked out.
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#65
RE: CPAP Question
(09-24-2020, 09:21 AM)Sleeprider Wrote: Apparently for you, it affects comfort. Smile   Glad it worked out.

So it just comes down to what my body likes while sleeping. Never would’ve thought. 
Glad I asked. 

Thanks again!!!!
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