chunkyfrog wrote:Apparently, your hose has a dip in it where water collects.
You have several choices:
1--Re-route the hose so water drains directly into the tank.
2--turn the humidifier down a notch.
3--put a snuggie on your hose.
X--others will come by with more advice.
4--Just keep your hose under the covers. My cpap is at the same level as my mattress, and I have had no problem at all with rainout, using humidity at 1 or 0 (passive, but with water in the tank).
I'm betting that most folks do not need anything more than the minimal humidity settings. So I would suggest you try a few nights at passive (Zero heat, with water in the tank), and then progress upward for several nights at each setting. No need to go higher if you're comfortable and sleeping well.