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[IPk] lack of contact Abi's experiences

Hi June:

Ring your pump suppliers in the morning (or now) and get them to send a
new replacement pump - such lack of control with a replacement machine
suggests that the machine has a fault.

Best wishes,

In message <000e01c4f833$ec786430$email @ redacted>, June Searle
<email @ redacted> writes
>My problems have come since last week when the battery holder in my pump 
>broke.  I was sent a new temporary pump and have had the most awful control 
>ever since.  I have thought of so many reason why but today, after I was 1.8 
>and then up to 27 my husband had a good look.  He thinks that the levers at 
>the end of the reservoir tend to jump up and down hence there are times of 
>normal basal and bolus rates and then nothing.

Pat Reynolds
email @ redacted
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