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Can I take my proair if I left it in a hot car?

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Dr. Matt Wachsman
Internal Medicine

In brief: It's pretty sturdy

it can cause problems due to the heat making it leak, in theory, in practice it would have to get very hot indeed.
Wait until it naturally comes back to room temperature and use normally. You could tell if nothing is coming out.

In brief: It's pretty sturdy

it can cause problems due to the heat making it leak, in theory, in practice it would have to get very hot indeed.
Wait until it naturally comes back to room temperature and use normally. You could tell if nothing is coming out.
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