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Re: [IP] pump or meter setting off store sensors?

I may be wrong, but as a former retailer, those sensor
devices are activated by magnetic fields only. 
Nothing in your pump should activate these machines. 
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>     Almost every time I go into a store which has a
> sensor when you enter or 
> leave or both, I set it off.  I thought at first it
> was that some kind of 
> sensor was still attached to my clothing or perhaps
> in my purse from a 
> previous purchase which was not removed.  Once I was
> told it may be something 
> mfg. leave in shoes.  It can't be my cell phone
> because my husband has the 
> same on and he never sets it off.  I doubt any of
> this is the case because it 
> has happened to many times over what it seems to be
> years.  It has to be the 
> pump or the meter.  It is very embarrassing when it
> goes off and two people 
> run after me to see if I have a receipt for
> merchandise.  On occasion, I have 
> told the person at the register as I was leaving
> that I will probably set it 
> off because of a medical device, I show them the
> pump, They just look at me 
> like I am crazy.  Either way I look like a fool. 
> Does anyone have this 
> problem?
> Kathie 
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