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ResMed S9 Temp Setting ?
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85F = 30C
30C is way too high for me, I prefer around 23C and leave the bedroom window slightly ajar
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(11-05-2014, 09:02 PM)PaulaO2 Wrote: There is a sensor on the S9s that detects the ambient humidity in the room. If the room is already humid-ish, it won't heat up the water as much because there's already moisture in the air being sent to you. This is why some nights we run out of water before morning and some times it seems we can go all week and not use a drop.

So one person running it at 85F won't produce the same result as another person also running it at 85F.

Wow I just figured the machine was faulty or I was going nuts!
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