Re: [IP] UltraSmart reset problem
> Just got my first UltraSmart. Had the same reset problem. It's a
>bit of a pain,
>because you cannot seem to edit time information for glucose entries, and I
>hadn't realized the clock was off. At the time, I thought I had forced a reset
>by holding down the buttons through the soft material of the case.
>If I recall,
>the clock was almose exactly 2 hours off, the test strip code was reset, the
>custom names for the insulins were reset. Aside from the customization entries
>and time, it lost no actual log data. I suspect that the 'setup'
>mode clears out
>all the custom data, and that the power was interrupted for a number of hours.
Not all, I think. It remembers that I am on a pump.
>Maybe the battery clips/springs aren't holding with enough tension?
Lifescan suggested loose battery connections, but I got the
impression that after three straight doing this to me, the last one
twice in one day, they are grasping at straws.
>I'll try and
>pay more attention to the humidity, cold and/or static in case that is the
>issue, but I live in San Jose, California, and the weather is nowhere near as
>cold/dry as Alaska.
You wouldn't have the cold, certainly, but downslope winds from
inland could be quite dry.
>On an off topic note, I love the dog link, and are you a
>Katherine Kurtz fan?
My first Sheltie, born in 1974, was Can Ch Rogene's Sean Lord Derry
CD TD Can. CDX and my first two litters had Alaric and Brion. I
still have the first trilogy in the original paperbacks
Sue Ann Bowling, North Pole, Alaska
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