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Re: [IPk] no "low battery" warning

Must add an incident that we had with our sons 508.
Was in US the last few weeks and replaced batteries before I left ( hoping
that we would get approx 4 weeks ).
However when in US ( actually at the Superbowl ), I got a low battery
warning. ( Panic set in, cant really get
new batteries in a stadium ).
I took out the batteries and re inserted , and never got another battery
warning until I reached london airport 1 week later.
Our flight was cancelled and we had a 24 hour delay,,,,, battery warning
Took out the batteries again and replaced and got another 48 hours before
another warning. At which point
we were home and were able to change without issue.



----- Original Message -----
From: "Nuala Caffrey" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Sunday, February 09, 2003 5:21 PM
Subject: [IPk] no "low battery" warning

> The last couple of times my 508 pump batteries have
> run low....the warning and low battery icon has
> appeared on the pump but within a minute "no power"
> appears. Thankfully both times i've been at home and
> batteries have been close at hand, otherwise it could
> be disastrous! I'm using the same batteries i've
> always used so i'm not sure what's going wrong.  Just
> wondering if anyone else has had the same problem!
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