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[Equipment] PR System One Humidifier
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(05-23-2014, 04:58 PM)zonk Wrote: If your PRS1 is 60 series machine and using the heated tube, there 3 different levels, 70%, 80%, 90%

I also have the PR SysOne BiPAP Series 60 (with the heated tube & hose too). I go through almost the whole tank each night, but I have it on max (3, and temp 5). When the heated tube (hose) is actually attached, the Humidifier 0-5 option is replaced by the Humidity Level (0-3) and Tube Temp (0-5).

Heated Tube humidification: ON OFF (if using the heated tube)
System One humidification: ON OFF (when humidifier attached)
Humidifier: 0 1 2 3 4 5 (ONLY when heated tubing NOT attached)
Humidity Level: 1 2 3 (when heating tubing attached) 70/80/90%
Tube temperature: 0 1 2 3 4 5

It's definitely the case that leaks cause that humidity to humidify your bedroom instead. I'm always trying to deal with that issue.
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