Re: [IPk] continuing issue with occlusion alarms
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- Subject: Re: [IPk] continuing issue with occlusion alarms
- From: Diana Maynard <email @ redacted>
- Date: Tue, 19 Apr 2011 09:26:31 +0100
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I'd definitely do it more than a couple of times. I tend to push the
plunger up and down about 4 or 5 times and then also rotate it around
and around about 4 or 5 rotations and wiggle it a bit for good measure.
I suppose they're worried you'll use up the lubrication if you wiggle it
too much, but in my experience, sometimes it needs that extra bit of
On 19/04/2011 09:21, R Martin wrote:
> I was told to do it a couple of times but I've been doing it around 4 times
> see if that helps.
> I'll ask Animas USA why they say not to do it.
> "Pinecones"... mmm Scots pine - used to be everywhere and one of my favourite
> Definitely better than some names I've been called<G>
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> Hi Rhoda
> When I was trained on my 2020 I was told you move the plunger around like
> a few times to lubricate and stop it sticking. Just on a different note I was
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