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[IP] Pump in Dryness

Bob Burnett wrote:

>  no need to wrap the pump in tin foil if I think the air is going to be dry with
> static cling :)

Innerstin!  I live in Reno, Nevada, where the climate is VERY dry -- I
have a MM 507c, and I don't even use the leather case, and have had NO
problems with static. Of course, I've only had this pump for 6 months,
but I will let you know what happens during the winter -- at this point,
I have no  intention of wrapping it in foil!

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