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James, I used to have one, but I spent so much time fighting it that I gave up and sold it. I would go online and check out sleep apnea mouthpieces (that typically treat snoring, but work for apnea as well!) They work pretty well, are much less expensive and much quieter, and much less invasive!!!! Good luck!!
vaporisers are a great way to make your home a healthier air environment , first id like to caution you on what you add to your water feed , b sure it doenst contain any chemicals that might degrade in heating to be toxic to humans , example( air fresher's) these contain sometimes propane as a propellant and that shouldn't be added to live steam , read the labels on what u add to water ??? next im not sure why you couldn't breath in the steam , I do suggest you use a large bath towel and drape it over your head and hang it down over vaporizer to catch steam , this is safer than sticking your face over one directly also these machines do require weekly cleaning and do manage to get bound up with minerals that are in tap water left behind inside the unit , its best to keep a indoor air humidity of 70% rh in winter and summer for proper health , gauges for this measurement are cheap and easy to obtain
reset the humidifer, Turn off, wait for 3 minutes, and try again. If the problem persist, see your owner manual go to the website from the supplier and get support via ONLINE chat for fix it. God bless you
Is there distilled water or liquid medication in the container? If not, all that will come out is air. There should be an adjustment valve on the hand-held part of the nebulizer, that adjusts the liquid flow and turns it into a mist.
If you are running water through at a great rate algae wont have time to grow.
Try cleaning it out with bleach to kill the exsisting algae.
Change your filter, this would contaminate it and you don't want to be spreading that in the air you breath,
Then adjust so that more humidity is needed. This way it should run through water faster and spend less time sitting with still water in it.