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Too much humidity or too little?
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(12-17-2015, 03:00 PM)PoolQ Wrote: make sure the CPAP is level when in use so the water level is still at max and not above that by the bed.
Rainout takes a while. it's caused when warm, moist air goes through a colder tube and has to condense out, build up, and then get to the end of the hose.
I also need low to NO humidity or I get congested. I also set the temp at 63, cold for me is better than hot.

Thanks!

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