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Re: [IP] where to put pump and batteries



Anyone ever dealt with the Animas R1000 low battery alarm?   It won't stop
squealing (or sirening) until you put new batteries in it.

If I left it going for days, I'd be legally insane and no longer engaged to be
married.  =P

Brentm

--- Jef Lepine <email @ redacted> wrote:
> On Mon, 9 Sep 2002, David Walker wrote:
> 
> > Do you always want to be sure you have spare batterie(s) for your pump?
> 
> Why bother? I mean really? I've gone for DAYS on my 507C with a low
> battery alarm. I think in the four years I've had the pump, the only time
> the power cut out was when I was seeing how far I could actually push the
> limits of the batteries.
> 
> Are the newer pumps any different?
> 
> -Jef
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