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RE: [IP] Re: static electricity



Listed in one of the pump comparisons is "history of electrostatic
disturbances" for both the MM and the Paradigm. Check out
http://www.integrateddiabetes.com/

Judi, I've always found a problem with static electricity when doing the
washing and drying of clothes. Can this task possibly contribute to the
problem? If so, I would suggest that other responsible parties take over
this particular task....:) It might at least be a good excuse for
not doing it.....

Margo

-----Original Message-----
From: email @ redacted
[mailto:email @ redacted]On Behalf Of Judi
Sent: Friday, November 07, 2003 12:10 PM
To: email @ redacted
Subject: Re: [IP] Re: static electricity


Believe me, I am trying to switch but my insurance company isn't seeing
it that way and MM doesn't want to give me any kind of a refund.  And I
certainly never indicated that this is a problem for all MM pumps.  In
fact, my son lives in the same household and has the same kind of pump
and has only had four pumps in two years because of E21 alarms, which is
certainly a much better record that I have.  So not everyone has a lot
of trouble with their pump and I know that I am a very unusual case.  I
just think that MM did a poor job of how they handled my case.

Judi in MI
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email @ redacted
> Not every pump is going work perfectly for every person. If I was on my
> 13th pump, I would not use that pump anymore. I would switch brands.
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