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traveling from sea level to SLC
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traveling from sea level to SLC
i'll be traveling to utah this weekend with the airsense 10. i live at roughly sea level, but it's about 4300 feet in SLC.  does that matter? should i adjust anything for the trip.

i'm assuming it will function properly as is, but thought i'd ask.

thanks
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RE: traveling from sea level to SLC
Don't wig out if you see an increase in CAs. Location, location, location.
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RE: traveling from sea level to SLC
Haha! thanks. i'll keep a daily eye on it.
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