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Tom, go to your User Control Panel. The forum time zone adjustment is under the Edit Options / Date and Time options.
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(03-27-2015, 10:40 PM)TomM Wrote: Edit: Of course another question. I am in CA on PDT but see the board is two hours ahead. I looked at where to set my time zone but did not locate. Is that available?

That's so we can answer your question before you ask it! Cool

Here is a link to Tricks and Shortcuts in Sleepyhead:
http://sleepyhead.sourceforge.net/wiki/i..._Shortcuts

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Welcome to the forum TomM. Hope your therapy works for you
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Welcome to the Apnea Board Tom. I hope that the plethora of information found in here is as helpful to you as it has been to me. There are lots of knowledgeable and friendly folks in here.
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@TomM - Welcome to the forum. For your machine (same as mine), the SD that comes with it is a 2GB, made by Lexar, part number 1063859. For less than replacement cost, I bought a 16GB high speed SDHC UHS-I Class 10, 30 MB/sec. It worked fine in our machine.

If I had to replace it at this point, I probably would buy a Wireless SD card (also UHS-I Class 10), though more expensive, to allow transfer to my computer without the frequent card ins and outs.

QAL

ps. my 16GB apparently has enough capacity for 750 years of CPAP data.
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(03-29-2015, 04:52 AM)quiescence at last Wrote: ps. my 16GB apparently has enough capacity for 750 years of CPAP data.

Well that's all fine and well.......... But THEN what are you going to do?
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TomM,
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(03-29-2015, 11:53 AM)retired_guy Wrote:
(03-29-2015, 04:52 AM)quiescence at last Wrote: ps. my 16GB apparently has enough capacity for 750 years of CPAP data.

Well that's all fine and well.......... But THEN what are you going to do?

I dunno, maybe take another stroll down the golden streets.
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(03-27-2015, 10:40 PM)TomM Wrote: Another question. I washed my tube, mask and pillows for the first time in warm soapy water today and took everything to the backyard to dry out on my patio table. The tube took hours to get all dried out. So is there a procedure that would work better?

I can't tell you about the other stuff, but when I wash my brother's tube, I just hang it over a hanger in the bathroom. Unless a very humid day, it is usually dry pretty fast because there is no place for water to pool.
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#20
Another thing you can do to dry the tube is to hook it up to the PAP and turn the machine on. Let it blow dry the tube.
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