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[Equipment] Nasty Smell?!
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And I thought dog farts piped straight to your nose, undiluted, under pressure was bad.

Yeah. That's kind of disturbing. Run it for a long time? YHGOTBKM. New machine if so. At the very least it needs to be opened up just to see what's there. I guess you'd have to cork the end of the hose when not using it to eliminate the opssibility.

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(04-15-2016, 09:30 PM)AtomicCupcake1 Wrote:
(04-15-2016, 07:25 PM)sdb7802 Wrote: I think I'll spray for bugs tomorrow.

Lolol no joke! I'm going to take it into the suppliers store tomorrow. Honestly, I haven't used it since this happened, and I really need it. It just gives me the creeps.

Hello, neighbor!

I can't imagine doing without my cpap. I hope you get your problem resolved soon. Spraying regularly may not be a bad idea. I know from personal experience that when moving from a situation like yours, the little pests tend to move with you. In our case we ended up contracting with an exterminator for a year to get rid of them.


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That Protec cleaning ball is starting to look pretty good.Big Grin
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(04-16-2016, 10:20 AM)pupcamper Wrote:
(04-15-2016, 09:30 PM)AtomicCupcake1 Wrote:
(04-15-2016, 07:25 PM)sdb7802 Wrote: I think I'll spray for bugs tomorrow.

Lolol no joke! I'm going to take it into the suppliers store tomorrow. Honestly, I haven't used it since this happened, and I really need it. It just gives me the creeps.

Hello, neighbor!

I can't imagine doing without my cpap. I hope you get your problem resolved soon. Spraying regularly may not be a bad idea. I know from personal experience that when moving from a situation like yours, the little pests tend to move with you. In our case we ended up contracting with an exterminator for a year to get rid of them.

Hi! I've actually seen a few from the move, so pest control is scheduled to come out next week and treat.
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