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Re: [IP] HTRON TECHNICAL INSP



If you used an Htron for 2 years and switched pumps every 3 months
(removing batteries from backup) and ran into a problem with either
pump, would not the warranty be more likely to still be in effect, i.e.
less clock time on pump?

Brian Carter wrote:
> 
> At 07:06 AM 5/12/01, you wrote:
> >I was told that it is a good idea to switch H-tron pumps every 3 months
> >(or similar time period) to stretch out warrantee. Does anyone know
> >exactly how this works?
> 
> This would not work really..  the pump goes by a internal clock and the
> clock runs as long as the batteries are in the pump so two years of
> warranty is actually 2 years of pump run time.  That is why they say remove
> the batteries for storage so it does not "add up" on time.
> 
> Brian Carter
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