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Re: [IP] Durability of a pump

> This question is for anybody who has been on a pump
> for longer than 4 years.
> How often do we need to change pumps?

When it is out of warranty and it breaks. The pump companies will
provide you with a loaner while the insurance company processes the
claim for a new pump.
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When it is out of warranty and inoperable MiniMed will provide you with a
loaner for $495.00 which will be applied to your new pump, or you can keep
it for that amount. If your insurance company will, it is best to get it
replaced while under warranty before it breaks.

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