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Re: [IPk] help! Sticky button syndrome

Hi Di

I know it's not our product, but my best advice is to get it sent back to
AMT and get it checked out if you have any doubts at all.  If it's under
waranty, you might as well use that warranty and have a fully operational
pump, that you know you can trust.

Kind regards

-----Original Message-----
From: Diana Maynard <email @ redacted>
To: email @ redacted <email @ redacted>
Date: 06 September 2001 09:57
Subject: [IPk] help! Sticky button syndrome

>Hi folks
>It seems I've succumbed to sticky button syndrome on my 508.
>Any button I press doesn't do anything.
>From the previous posts about this I'm hoping that it will sort itself out
if I
>leave it alone for a little while and try again.
>But that I should send it back to Minimed for checking out?
>Is that right?
>I'm a little scared about not being able to bolus at all!
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