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Re: [IPk] Sunny holidays with a pump



----- Original Message -----
From: "David Sayer" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Monday, April 23, 2001 9:30 PM
Subject: Re: [IPk] Sunny holidays with a pump


> Hi Zoe,
>
>      I use the Disetronic pump and have been swimming without any
problems,
> I do make sure the batteries and the tubing are nice and tight and dry it
> carefully afterwards, I have read the so called warnings of problems and
> admit I havn't been swimming since this, but not for that reason, and I
> would probably still wear it, you could always contact Estelle Lucas @
> Disetronic for further developments on 02476 531338, sorry thats if your
on
> this pump.
>      As for sand and grit last year I laid a patio in the garden with lots
> of sand and brick work and never actually gave the pump much thought I
know
> its not the beach but as a comparison I probably got more sand on it than
> you would on the beach and it was dropped in the cement once without no
> problem, I did notice on the batteries when removing them ther was some
grit
> in them but when I change the batteries I always  wipe the compartments
> around with a dry cotton bud and blow any bits out.
>
> Enjoy your holiday and stop worrying
>
> Best regards
>
> Dave.
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