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[IP] (Fwd) Re: Minmed buttons

Received this message from MiniMed
Please send your version of the button problem to the list in as 
precise a form as possible. I will forward them on to Jack at MM in a 
couple of days when I have distilled all the messages into one 


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Date:          Thu, 17 Sep 1998 18:27:54 -0700 (PDT)
To:            email @ redacted
From:          Jack Joy <email @ redacted>
Subject:       Re: Minmed buttons

Could I ask you to capsulize the issues on the buttons for me? I'll see if I
can find some answers at MiniMed.

Thanks for your help,


At 02:45 PM 9/15/98 +0000, you wrote:
>There have been quite a few posts regarding button problems with the 
>507. Perhaps someone at MM should be looking into this problem.
>Typical post follows.
>Insulin Pumpers
>> I have a MM507C.  It makes me feel 
>better to see that others are experiencing "sensitive" select and 
>activate buttons on 507c's.  My buttons are very erratic--sometimes just 
>a very light touch completely bypasses a function and moves on to the 
>next.  I have experimented to find what pressure achieves the right 
>amount to move only one function ahead.  I had not called MM regarding 
>this, because I assumed that I was doing something incorrectly or had not 
>learned the correct "button pushing technique".  Also, I am reluctant to 
>call about petty annoyances, but this seems to be a common problem with 
>several 507c and could cause problems/accidents for usage.

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