TonyC213 wrote: I also used a RemStar Auto M-Series with Humidifier set to exactly the same settings as my new Resmed S9 Autoset with Climate Line hose and am experiencing the same problems,
The Auto M Series used a lot more heat and a lot more water than the new S9 with Climate Line hose.
Mainly it was more heat equaled more added moisture with no regulation.
My first machine was also the M Series Auto. I used a tank full of water every night.
I have a S9 ClimateLine and it doesn't use nearly as much water. It tries to maintain a constant humidity with as little heat as possible. So it is very likely that you are probably checking the water in the tank when it is cycling off.
You will need to increase the humidity setting to have a chance to have as much humidity being dispensed as you did with the M series.
Do you actually have the ClimateLine hose?
When set to automatic the only humidity setting you have is temperature and it tries to deliver 80% humidity constantly no matter what the temp.
If you are seeing setting choices of 1 through 6....that is humidity level.
If you see humidity level AND temperature control (goes up to 86) then you have the ClimateLine setting set to Patient which allows you to set temperature and humidity level independently.
If the only setting you have available is 1 through 6 then you likely don't have the Climateline heated hose. It has an orange end at the humidifier connection level.