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[IP] MiniMed Low Battery Warning from the manual

<With the rcommended batteries it should keep going for up to 9 days.
batteries bought locally, as at Radio Shack or a jewelry dept, may not last as
long, since they sometimes stay on store racks a LOT longer and it affects the

Ok, all you MiniMed users get out your User's Guide.  if you read in the alarm
section about the Low Battery alarm you will see it says you have 10% of
battery power.  10% can mean different things for different people.  depends
on the use.  someone on little insulin amounts my mean days and others on
greater amounts may mean hours.  of course if you use the backlight it may be
even less time.  so, when you get a low battery alarm you should change as
soon as possible.
Insulin-Pumpers website http://www.bizsystems.com/Diabetes/
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