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Re: [IPk] Veo reliability?

Hi Dan,

I don't have a veo, but on both my MM515's if I get a motor error it is always
due to the cannula,  I find a change will sort it.  I only ever had one
instance where I had to change the reservoir to fix it, but that was on a
reservoir I had been using non stop for nearly a year!

Sounds like you are very unlucky if you have had that many problems with MM -
both mine have had none at all for the 2 years I have had them, and the first
was a battered c2006 2nd hand one from the US that I got myself before the NHS
would fund me.

With every good wish,

--- On Thu, 7/7/11, Daniel Kustrin <email @ redacted> wrote:
I would be interested to know if anyone else been having reliability problems
with Veos...

I have been on Veo since Aug last year and i am now on my third one. The
one got replaced because it kept producing "motor errors" (at one point
daily) and the second one because of two A52 errors (software safety check, i
think). A friend of mine has recently been switched over to Veo and he too
been having "motor errors". The only (possibly) unusual factor is that both
us are on CGM 24/7.

Has anyone else been having problems with Veos? Since i am new to pumping i
also have to ask ... is this a normal level of reliability for a pump or have
i just been unlucky?

thank you!

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