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Re: [IPk] RE: Disetronic Problems



Hi Duncan
I know what it's like, although my pump did sort of work (I had to remove and 
replace the batteries every time I wanted to press a button) - so can 
sympathise. 
What actually happened to your pump anyway?
Di

On Monday 14 October 2002 23:36, you wrote:
>
> Julian: If you have actually had your pump fail on you you might be able to
> understand the problem I was faced with. The fact that you have not
> encountered problems does not mean there are not any and in fact I was
> slightly
> surprised not to have heard of any. I was merely pointing out the fact that
> I
> had had problems contacting them and in a situation like
> this it is worrying not being able to contact anybody even on what is meant
> to be an emergency telephone number.
> This was not a normal incident where consumables needed to be ordered, this
> was me left without my pump working for no apparent fault on my part. I
> would agree with the point made that consumables always arrive next day and
> this is a very good service but...after trying both numbers given to me by
> Disetronic I was unable to contact them. I did end up switching to
> injections for
> a couple of days but would obviously of preferred not to.
>
> Duncan
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