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What do the PS numbers on the Sleepyhead display mean?
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Directly below the AHI number on the left side of the screen are a bunch of numbers which, I believe, have to do with the pressure support but don't seem to make sense.  What do they mean?
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Those numbers mean you are the proud possessor of an old buggy version of SleepyHead.

I believe the new version available through the SleepyHead link above works properly for your machine.
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(08-15-2017, 10:00 PM)pholynyk Wrote: Those numbers mean you are the proud possessor of an old buggy version of SleepyHead.

I believe the new version available through the SleepyHead link above works properly for your machine.

Thanks, downloading the current BrokenGL version fixed this.
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