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Comment by onesaint on September 26, 2011 at 4:06pm
Wild Jrt. Glad to hear their sending out another.
Comment by jrtpup on September 26, 2011 at 4:01pm
I had a failure with a new sensor today. The error was 'transmitter failed' (or something like that). I stopped it and restarted - same thing. When I called Dexcom they asked the usual questions, then asked if the wire was attached when I took it out. I proceeded to take it out and... no wire!!! In addition, the little flippy thingy with the contacts on it fell out. They are sending a replacement.

I also had the tubing come out of the clippy thing that attaches to the set for my Ping. Another first... there I was with a tube dripping insulin dangling.

My day for firsts and weirdness I guess!

Has anyone else ever had this happen?
Comment by jrtpup on September 26, 2011 at 3:57pm
Awesome OS! That's great news. No hoops to jump through or paperwork either, even better!
Comment by onesaint on September 26, 2011 at 11:23am
Barbara, if you reset your Dex, then plug it into your PC before the "screen of death," you can download the information from it. That should give you at least 90 days. Good luck!
Comment by onesaint on September 26, 2011 at 11:20am
Update:I called Dexcom and they are sending me out another receiver, I should have it in a day or two. They are a pretty awesome company.

My first Doctor
Comment by jrtpup on September 26, 2011 at 4:28am
Spooky... (cue music from Dr. Who).
Comment by onesaint on September 26, 2011 at 1:54am
I'm lucky in that approval isn't that bad for me. Interestingly enough, I was just looking into the emails about how much the cost would be for a new one and came across the renewal email which states "Your Dexcom was purchased on 9/24/2010 and your insurance company will cover a new starter kit once your current system is out of warranty on 9/24/2011." So, the Dex died one year and one day after I purchased it.. Hopefully, they'll overlook that day.
Comment by jrtpup on September 25, 2011 at 11:17pm
Hopefully they've already started the process, and when you call they'll say they just got the approval! You never know....
Comment by onesaint on September 25, 2011 at 10:37pm
Thanks Doug!

Jrt, funny thing, Dexcom called me about 2 weeks ago to tell me my warranty was up and ask if I wanted to start the renewal process. I said "Sure, why not?" Then posted here about when I should renew my device (see 9/12-13 comments). 2 weeks later the thing dies. If I were a conspiracy theorist I would say they somehow remote detonated my dexcom! =^) I'll call them tomorrow to dig for clues. lol
Comment by jrtpup on September 25, 2011 at 9:31pm
Barbara, I did fill in some 'missing' numbers when I submitted my logs. Most of what was required was there, but there were some holes.

OS, I feel for you, sorry :( It couldn't hurt to call Dexcom and see what they say. Any chance your insurance will cover it?
 

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