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(05-17-2016, 05:50 AM)bigcat Wrote: Thank you very much if I could bother you guys for one more question I starting checking my 90%pressure and its between 16.5 and 19 on my one day and seven day I was wondering should I up my lower setting which is 9 now maybe to 11 or 12 I still have the droopy eye tired brain fog during the day,thanks in advance

You could try changing your lower pressure by a little but that would be just a guess as to what will really help you. It is important to see what is actual going on with your present settings. So, I wouldn't change anything until you get a look at your data.

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ok thanks rich
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Just a update doc told me to up minimum pressure to 12 instead of 9
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