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[News] REMINDER - DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME
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RE: REMINDER - DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME
(03-07-2020, 08:22 PM)Nightynite Wrote: Doesn’t the resmed Autoset 10 change times automatically since its cellular?

No. But there is no real need to change you machine
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RE: REMINDER - DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME
(03-08-2020, 01:34 AM)jaswilliams Wrote:
(03-07-2020, 08:22 PM)Nightynite Wrote: Doesn’t the resmed Autoset 10 change times automatically since its cellular?

No. But there is no real need to change you machine

I didn’t think so.  Thanks
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It doesn't bother me one bit. I prefer DST fulltime, but as a retiree, I go to bed when I want and get up the same way. Almost nothing I do is by the clock.   Tongue

And Supersleeper, that tired old Indian analogy of the blanket is worse than Groundhog Day. I predicted it would be one of the first things I saw today, and it was you.   Oh-jeez
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Hmm, is SuperSleeper Bill Murray?

About the Indian, I guess he has reservations with how the Gov does business. And for the next 6 months, I'll be an hour late for everything.
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Sorry to interrupt the current topic but I was messing around with the date and accidentally moved it one day ahead. It’s stuck there isn’t it? I had it on the date and was clicking through to get out of it and the knob turned as I was pushing in.
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I've never used it, but there's a process where you can move the time back not quite 24 hr several days at a time until the date/time/stars align again or some such madness. Others know the details and can assist.
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Two words:

(1) Retirement

(2) Motorcycles


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RE: REMINDER - DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME
To set the clock Date back just before bed each night set the clock back to just after midday it will take a few days to get back to the right time/date. Or a more destructive way you need to remove the SD card and delete all patient data then you can set the clock back I believe but I am sure you can use the first method without losing any compliance data.
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