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Re: [IP] Low battery

I have a D pump, and I have more like 2 days from the first battery warning.

At 01:41 PM 6/16/98 +0200, John Neale wrote:
>> How do you know when to change the batteries in your pump??  I have now been
>> on the MiniMed 507 since May 14 and am still using the same batteries.  Sure
>> hope it does'nt happen when I'm at work.  Am starting to get a little
>> Should I just go ahead and change them?  Thanks for the help!
>The experience of various pushers on this list is that once the LO
>BATTERY warning is displayed, you still about 7 days of life in it.
>There's a further VERY LOW warning as well I believe. Some penny
>pinchers wait for the 2nd warning. Personally, I keep a strip of spare
>batteries in my travel kit, just in case, and run it for several days
>after the first warning.
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