But Clem, zero's good!!!
I have developed a well-oiled routine for handling the sdcard.
When I get up in the morning I put on my socks, say "good morning" to the puppies and my wife if she's around, then I take the card out of the machine, put it in the computer, download the stats, take a quick look at them ("oh great.... that goofy happy face again....") and immediately take the card back to the Resmed.
I have trained myself in this discipline because in the past I learned:
1. If I didn't put my socks on before saying "good morning" to the puppies, they would attack my toes. And that's kinky.
2. If I didn't immediately take the card and input it to the computer, I would forget. And then I wouldn't have any possible opportunity to complain about that goofy happy face.
3. If I didn't immediately take the card back from the computer and put it back in the Resmed I would not have a card anymore. It would be in a puppy.
So it's all discipline. You can do this! Just get a new puppy.
Well, I do not know how to read those graphs on ResScan, so I cannot tell. On SH when I have big leaks it is all over the place.
Will have to do another night and try to remember to put that card back in the machine . . .
and NO, I do not need a new puppy. We have one Crazy Pup and that's enough. Fortunately all she does is steal socks.
I know zero is good -- that's why I was hoping I could look at the details on SH. ergh.
Just remove the hose every time you remove the SD card and don't put it back on until you put the card back into the machine. Then if you forget, the missing hose should remind you. Or unplug the machine, remove the water tank, etc.
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