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Re: [IP] no delivery alarm

. So I then attacked it all
>with a pair of scissors to find out exactly where the blockage was. I
>chopped off the white teflon catheter bit first, and it then delivered
>perfectly with no alarm. So it appeared to be the set, and not the
>cartridge or lead screw at fault.
>Does the catheter block more readily than the tube itself?
Minimed is making the catheters clear now i wonder if it was changed in
response to clogs in the previous white catheters??...michelle piper at
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