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Re: [IP] Dexcom transmitter



I got mine in December 2012 and held off using it until the end of 
January.  But I left the trasmitter in the little box that was supposed 
to protect it. I am curious... did you do the same?
Denise Br.

On 12/5/2013 2:58 PM, John H wrote:
>   I just got off the phone with Dexcom. They said that my battery is low and
 > that's causing the calibration problems. ((See below). They recommended
getting
> a new transmitter. Since I have reached my max pay for the year, it should be
 > free if I can get the paperwork done this month. They think my unit is 13
months
 > old, since it was bought in November 2012. However I didn't start using it
until
 > March or April so I only got 7 or 8 months out of it. Many people have
reported
> longer life spans so I guess sitting around does drain the battery somewhat.
>
> Sent from my iPhone
.
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