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Re: [IP] lost sensor...over and over!

Contact MM and explain what happened. Tell them you
think that you have a defective sensor and they will
probably replace it.

--- Cynthia VanDenBerge <email @ redacted> wrote:

> Hi all, OK, one more problem with my MM522 and CGMS.
>  Yesterday I changed my
> sensor and had trouble all day.  Lost sensor after
> lost sensor warning and
> the BG readings were awful.  So, I removed it last
> evening (gotta admit I
> felt kind of naked without it...strange coming from
> me, huh?) and put a new
> sensor in this morning.  Well, within 40 minutes I
> get the familiar buzzing
> in my pocket (while driving, of course) and have a
> lost sensor alarm again.
> I restarted it and am waiting to see if this time it
> will hold.  My question
> is what might cause this to happen repeatedly and
> what should my course of
> action be?  I don't want to waste my sensors. 
> Cynthia
> .

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