(08-17-2015, 05:42 AM)OMyMyOHellYes Wrote: You know, this question comes up every so often and I don't understand it. To me, it is just natural to turn the machine off when it is not on my nose. Kind of like if I wash my hands and I step away from the sink, I turn the water off.
But, as common as the question is, I must be missing something. What is it?
I think people may believe that turning the machine off will somehow skew or invalidate their statistics. It won't, of course. What it will do is re-start the ramp period (if you use the ramp) but that's another question.
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