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Re: [IP] dtron users

As far as I remember the D-Tron was never considered or advertised as
waterproof. At least that was how it was stated in germany..

>From: "Faith"
>Reply-To: email @ redacted
>To: "IP 1st \(IP 1st\)"
>Subject: [IP] dtron users
>Date: Sun, 2 Nov 2003 17:37:14 -0600
>Could one of you who use a dtron plus pump please let me know if you
>have documentation that the dtron is not supposed to be in water any
>Diabetes Mall lists it as just being splash resistant but I could not
>find anywhere on disetronic's website that said it couldn't be in
>contact with water anymore.
>People who don't use disetronic, I'm not talking about the htron plus
>here, there is a difference.

I was told by Disetronic that it could be submerged in up to 3 feet of water 
for 20 minutes.   But that was a year ago.   It could have changed since then.
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