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screen time out
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respironics dream maker.

is there anyway to shorten the screen time out when one removes the mask?
the long light is rather annoying in the dark for a pee.
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#2
Hi metropical,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
Hang in there for answers to your question, good luck to you with your CPAP therapy.
trish6hundred
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#3
I have a different machine, so I can't actually help --- but doesn't the light actually help you *get* to the bathroom for a pee? I imagine mine does, tho I never paid any attention. (I get some light from streetlights, and the clock in the bathroom has large enough numerals that *they* light my way, while in there.)
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#4
Unfortunately,I've tried to find one but, there seems to be no way to shorten the time the light stays on. My Resmed S9 used to stay on long enough for me to find my way back from the bathroom.
If you find a way let me know.
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#5
I haven't found a way, either. One solution that has been suggested in prior posts on the subject is to cover the screen with something that is easily removed.
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#6
Do they still make green (or gray) cling type plastic, for use on car windows? To temporarily tint just one small area? I've cut up that kind of stuff before, and put it over really bright clock screens.
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(10-21-2016, 07:16 PM)BadGoodDeb Wrote: Do they still make green (or gray) cling type plastic, for use on car windows? To temporarily tint just one small area? I've cut up that kind of stuff before, and put it over really bright clock screens.
Good idea.
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#8
I found my cell phone fits over my s9 display perfectly.
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