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[IP] Out of Warranty Pump Coverage

 From what I've read here, MM won't let you go without a pump, even if 
you are outside of warranty and a problem occurs.  So, I wouldn't sweat 
the small amount of time between the warranty expiring and getting your 
replacement pump.

Antonio in LA,Age 40, Type 1 since 1993
MiniMed Paradigm 515, OneTouch Ultra, MiniMed Carelink and PAL software

Patience Boyd wrote:
> My other problem is how HPHC won't allow Minimed to start the 
> replacement process until the 4-year warranty has expired, so I'm 
> going to be with an out of warranty pump for however long the approval 
> process takes.  I can understand that they don't want to buy things 
> early, but you would think a reasonable system could allow for 
> starting replacement paperwork at month 47 out of a 48 month expected 
> product lifespan.
> I'm on tenterhooks for the next two weeks.
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