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[IP] Pressure and the Pump, therefore water

An interesting thing I have noticed is that when I go from lower
pressure (Reno, NV) to higher pressure (SF Bay Area), the face plate of
my Minimed gets distinctly concave -- so the inner part of the pump must
be pretty airtight. (Of course, the compartment for the reservoir
isn't). It takes several days to normalize and become flat!

>From that, I conclude that the pump pretty water-resistant, too, and
would not worry about it getting wet for a short time! 
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