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Maintain more comfortable CPAP therapy with heated humidification. Moist, warm air used with your CPAP machine helps prevent dry, sore throat and nasal dryness in the morning. For customers using the ResMed AirSense 10 CPAP, this dishwasher safe water chamber is a convenient, hygienic way to implement humidification with your therapy. How to Use the Resmed AirSense 10 Water Chamber that is Dishwasher Safe The integrated humidifier with the AirSense 10 makes adding water simple. First, slide the water chamber out of the side of the machine. Lift the lid and fill the water chamber to its capacity. The ResMed AirSense 10 dishwasher safe chamber has a capacity of 380 mL; do not fill past the max fill line. Once filled, close the lid and carefully replace the chamber back into the unit.Settings for the humidifier can be adjusted via the “My Options” menu on your CPAP device. The temperature of the humidifier may need to be adjusted if the water disappears before therapy is finished.Helpful Tip: Use distilled water in your water chamber to prevent calcium deposits and bacteria that can increase the risk of infection.How to Clean Your ResMed AirSense 10 Water Chamber that is Dishwasher Safe Cleaning your humidifier water chamber on a regular basis is important for staying healthy during CPAP therapy. At the conclusion of each therapy session, be sure to rinse any excess water from the chamber. Once a week, wash the chamber on the top rack only of your dishwasher. You can also wash by hand using warm water and a mild detergent. Let the unit air dry completely prior to replacing it with the CPAP machine. How to Determine if the ResMed AirSense 10 Water Chamber is Dishwasher Safe? AirSense 10, AirStart 10, and AirCurve 10 devices denote the S or C mark of the water chamber model. To find the term HumidAirTM and the accompanying letter embossed inside the tank, look immediately above the maximum fill line marked on the side of the chamber.If the chamber shows a “C”