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Re: [IP] RE: Camping Trip and recent "NO DELIVERY" battery?

I'm wondering why you didn't replace the battery first or did you do that
and I missed that in your email...

 On Sun, Jun 12, 2011 at 8:07 AM, Candace Hackney
<email @ redacted>wrote:

> Yesterday got a "NO DELIVERY" and knew my batteries were going dead (light
> not
> coming on, running slow on rewind).  After replacing my set two times :(
> after
> rewinding and seeing insulin coming out through the tube to check before
> using
> up another set and throwing over $10.00 in the trash, it still happened.  I
> have had low batteries before and it didn't give me a "NO DELIVERY"
> message.
> So, now I am wondering if anyone else has had that happen before it just
> completely shuts down and then one HAS to replace the battery?
> Normally my Paradigm will shut down first, but never just keep getting a
> "NO
> DELIVERY". So, I replaced the batteries before the shutdown and all is
> well.
> Hmmmm....
> P.S.-
> Tried to email yesterday and got a no delivery in my email too! Ha! Must be
> a
> run on "NO DELIVERIES".
>  I wanted to let ya'll know that I did have some squeeze candy in my glove
> that stays good in the glove.   I use it in place of squeeze cake icing
> which
> works good when squirted on the sides of the gums and can still absorb if
> the
> person is subconscious/unconscious. I just use that because I can keep it
> anywhere, and it is HOT in Florida. My main email left out that, I was more
> concerned that some people just assume that it is something that it is not.
>  I
> guess I better keep my personality on an even keel so if I start acting
> funny
> they won't try to attribute it to anything else. I can get pretty grouchy
> during certain times!
> .
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