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Re: [IP] batteries, warnings, and $$$$$

At 02:01 PM 9/7/1999 , you wrote:
>Dear List -
>I just got my pump  in January of this year.  I got it on a Saturday, and
>the next day the pump told me (while I was trying to program it) that the
>batteries were low!  So, off i went to my local drug store, book in hand -
>lo and behold, the local Rite Aid had the batteries!  3- # number 357's!
>What a relief - and every 6 weeks since then, have to change the batteries,
>but only 2.99 each.  Easy and predictable!  mark it on your calendar - am
>due again to change soon, and already have my batteries.  (Hi Kim!)
>You just have to plan a little, like your meals.  Hope this helps!

I have had several batteries that only lasted a few days  and i called 
Disetronic and they sent me replacements you may want to call and see how 
long batteries should last and you may get a refund.

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