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resmed aifit p10--WOW!
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RE: resmed aifit p10--WOW!
I'm finding that I have some trouble with this mask when I turn on my side as well. I'm going to attach the gizmos to the straps that allow you to tighten them up tonight. Maybe this will help. I don't remember having this issue for the first week of using the mask. Maybe it's just that the straps have stretched---they feel like they have.

edit: I just attached the clips. They feel like they'll just pop off during the night. Is there a trick?
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#32
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Thread the straps in on the indented side of the clip. That allows the the teeth of the clip to hold the strap in place.
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Thanks! It still seems flimsy...I was going to wash the straps and toss them in the dryer to shrink them--but they're permanently attached to the nose piece...now what? Just air dry the straps?
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If you look close at the end of the straps by the mask you'll see there's a slot in the strap. Twist the end of the strap a little and it should just side right off.
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Thanks again! I needed the video tutorial. It makes me nervous to disassemble my new mask! I'm really clumsy and easily flummoxed. 

The strap is simple--maybe too simple. I wish it had an installed adjustment feature--even if it added a few ounces.
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(11-28-2017, 09:57 PM)hegel Wrote: I'm finding that I have some trouble with this mask when I turn on my side as well. I'm going to attach the gizmos to the straps that allow you to tighten them up tonight. Maybe this will help. I don't remember having this issue for the first week of using the mask. Maybe it's just that the straps have stretched---they feel like they have.

edit: I just attached the clips. They feel like they'll just pop off during the night. Is there a trick?

This helpful fellow shows you how at about the 2 minute, 30 second mark.



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Thanks Sheepish--I got that part right! 

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