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Re: [IP] cleaning pump

email @ redacted wrote:

> mm advises to clean the screw every time that the batteries are changed.  do
> they suggest removing the resevoir?  that could lead to a real mess by
> accidentally hitting the plunger and getting an unneeded bolus or pulling the
> plunger back - who knows what would happen then.

Seems to me to be easy enough to disconnect while cleaning the lead
screw -- then prime to be sure that insulin is coming through when you
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