Make sure the power strip has surge protection. These machines are very expensive and need to be protected.
Always use one at home too!
04-19-2013, 07:57 PM
(This post was last modified: 04-19-2013, 08:01 PM by JudgeMental.)
Looks like everything is well covered.
I might suggest that when you get to your overnight room each night (hotel/motel or wherever) that you try to place the CPAP up off the floor. A chair works well, or on your luggage. And place a clean towel under the CPAP. Housekeepers are constantly spraying all kinds of deodorants, cleaners, etc on the carpets and chairs. Plus, no telling how many dogs have laid beside the bed to sleep or do whatever else they needed to do. The towel will help mask some of the cleaning smells. It probably won't harm you to breath the stuff, but the smell in the CPAP air thats directed into your nose sure gets bad sometimes.
Enjoy your vacation..
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