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Heated Hose - Working?
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From the ClimateLineAir User Manual

The Tube Temperature is set to Auto (80°F [27°C]) and Climate Control adjusts the humidifier output to maintain a constant, comfortable humidity level of 85% relative humidity while protecting against rainout (water droplets in the air tubing and mask).

In Climate Control Auto there is no need to change any settings, but if the air in the mask feels too warm or cold you can adjust the tube temperature to find what is most comfortable for you. You can set the Tube Temperature to anywhere between 60–86°F (16–30°C), or turn it off completely.
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SO, even if you set your ClimateLineAir Temperature to 86°F, it will not feel very warm as your temperature is about 98.6°F.....

Dennis
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