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[Equipment] Climateline air
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Climateline air
Hey everyone. I recently purchased a climateline air because there wasn’t a happy medium between no dry mouth and no rainout with the slimline. It says to make sure it is completely dry before using. Does that mean the entire hose needs to be bone dry or can I make sure the end that plugs into the machine is dry and use the blower to speed up the drying time like I do with the slimline?
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RE: Climateline air
I shake my hoses, wipe outside with a cloth, taking minor pains to dry the connection end. then connect & use mask fit once or twice to dry the inside. safest, best probably to thoroughly air dry but I've had no problems. my hose i s 3 years old.
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RE: Climateline air
I shake my hose and let air dry.
As long as the end connection is dry, a few water droplets left in a hose isn’t going to matter.

Once you turn the air on, it will dissipate quickly.
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RE: Climateline air
That’s what I thought. Thank you
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#5
RE: Climateline air
I never clean my hose (well once every 6months to a year) as long as its not full of water a quick shake us good enough it just adds to the humidity for a few minutes
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RE: Climateline air
More or less ditto the others. I'll make certain the outside is dry and the electrical contact area is dried as well.
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