RestlessinWoolley wrote:Is the machine set on adaptive Humidity? just curious, when it rains up here at my place my Humidifier hardly runs at all. I was thinking I had the same issue till I turned adaptive off and the plate on the DreamStation Heated right up.
I wish it would rain here, The fact is we have had record high temps close to or the 90's in Tucson,AZ and the Humidity outside is 14%
Inside I can keep it around 25-30%
I don't have the climateline heated Hose and just using the Standard so my only option is manual Humidification levels 1-8
I was using level 8 to test the system so I should be getting Max humidification.
I can turn on preheat option and when the display says its ready the bottom of the water tank is cold. The plate on the inside is only slightly warm.
I can run the machine at humidity level 8 all night long and only a small amount of water is used in the tank.
I'm pretty sure the unit has a issue and just wondering if I can fix it.
sending it out for repair is not going to be cost effective at this point on a used machine.
The Machine works perfectly otherwise but I need Humidity or my nose and throat dry out too much.
Can't sell it with a known issue like this so I'm stuck unless I can find a cost effective fix.