I also agree with chill on the water.
I haven't a clue on the Bluetooth. If you are talking about connecting to DreamMapper, I have an occasional problem connecting to the app that requires a reboot of my DreamStation too. I've started using SleepyHead instead.
"....respiration,—a troublesome practice, but one which custom has rendered necessary to our easy existence...." Oliver Twist, Charles Dickens- 1837
I use FlashPAP to load data from a FlashAir III wifi sd card in my machine to my computer and display it with SleepyHead .
robysue's Beginner's Guide to SleepyHead
Regarding the Reservoir, I've taken to using a glass that has colored stripes, you could mark your own of course, and I fill that with water, which I then pour into the humidifier chamber. It winds up being about a quarter inch below the "max" line, but it lasts me about 7-8 hours of sleep, and I've yet to run out of water in the chamber in the morning. I've not had any leaks.
Mine does that sometimes.
With a high enough water level, I think the water sloshes out through the air input tube into the humidifier chassis before the tube seals to the blower box when you close the lid. Maybe even on opening the lid.
Could be wrong, I didn't look at it real closely.
Just keep it low and slow. Within reason.
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05-01-2016, 09:33 PM
(This post was last modified: 05-01-2016, 09:35 PM by Zeeez.)
Just guessing, but it appears that 25% to 50% of the water put in the reservoir winds up leaking into the chases or the table below. I can easily see having electrical problems with the water heater if this continues. Maybe it is a good idea to get into another machine or a Resmed while still eligible.
25-50% seems like a LOT. Either you have gotten two bad reservoirs (certainly possible), or you are doing something odd. You are removing it from the machine when you fill it, right?