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Hi iv'e had a ResMed S8 for year's Wednesday night it burst into flames next day i'm on the phone the Lady said can i be there for 11am i was there anyway i came home with Above Machine, 

For Year's iv'e put up with Nasal Cones up my Nose Tape my mouth up to get a good seal ect Panic Attack's it goes on 

First Fase mask iv'e ever used F20 WoW what a blessing Best nights sleep in a long time felt good Got it Linked to Laptop my first score was 43 first night 99 second night tonight i don't know yet Lol

It's so much easier for me now, Iv'e not been this Happy for years, Thank you Hope2Sleep all it's Member's Last but not Least Our Kath Hope as well Bless her 

                                                                                                        All the Best for 2018  

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If you are now on an Airsense10 Autoset you are onto a good machine, if it is the CPAP it is quite basic but from there up they are very good.  Very quiet machines in any case.

How is the new machine going, sounds as if you are a bit happier with it and the new mask?

Hi thank's for reply sorry i'm late, Yeah i feel a lot better thank's by just changing from Nasal to Full face What a pleasure it is getting your head down once again Iv'e even Started to Dream Again Lol ,     Speak Soon , Take care 

Oops.....sorry Ian I missed your post and thank you for your mention Apart from hearing that your machine burst into flames, great news about your new machine and mask.  Lovely start to the new year!!

Thank's Kath it's a bit late but all the Best for 2018 

It's still January Ian so all the best to you too with your super new machine and suitable mask! Sweet dreams......

ianmcnamara said:

Thank's Kath it's a bit late but all the Best for 2018 

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