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Re: [IP] Dexcom transmitter



I had the call from the "distributor" about it being out of the 6 month
warranty, I declined.  At 12 months and 2 weeks I started getting the
"Transmitter Low Battery" signal, just got the replacement yesterday.


On Wed, Dec 4, 2013 at 6:47 AM, Peter Gubbe <email @ redacted> wrote:

> My died without a warning statement for the gadget. I had a few ???'s.
> Readings were starting to be more off the norms for me much more
> frequently. I
> did not have any battery messages at all. I did receive a sales call from
> one
> of the reps offering to sell another six-month product. It was
> out-of-warranty. I think  six months is way too short of a warranty period
> for
> the cost of the  product.
>
> Peter
> .
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