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CPAP machines and nightstands??
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(12-24-2012, 11:17 PM)acid1987 Wrote: i have only had my machine since last wednesday but have experienced no rainout. i was told by my DMC to keep the unit lower than my head but that is not possible for me so what i did is put a screw in the wall and tied the tube to it so that the first half of the tune is up and the second half goes to my face. when laying in bed i have just enough hose to allow me to roll in my sleep i believe that this helps me prevent rainout and if it does occur its in the first half of tube and goes back to humidifier

If you don't have rainout, above your head is fine. The most important thing is to be sure you can't pull the machine over and spill water into the machine.
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