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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?
Comment by Barbara Long on September 25, 2011 at 7:19pm
onesaint: the same "screen of death" (exclamation point and code) happened to me this week. Mine also One Month Out of Warranty!. Waiting now for the med necessity paperwork, and I have to supply 90 days worth of logs...because the insurance they will be billing is a new plan...a year ago I was on my husband's, but am not any more. the problem is there are days that I didn't test the number of times they require. anyone? Did you "make up" your numbers? because my insulin pump logs won't show 6 tests for every single day... I'm feeling really naked without my Dex.
Comment by onesaint on September 25, 2011 at 4:16pm
Thanks Doug & Diana. Yes, I tried the paperclip. It lasts for about 20 minutes post with no sync. Then errors out. It did a strange song and dance of resetting and recovering itself prior to dieing. Pretty odd. Wish it would have happened 2 months ago and saved me $$.
Comment by DianaS on September 25, 2011 at 12:11pm
Bummer.
Comment by onesaint on September 24, 2011 at 10:12pm
So, 13 months of ownership, 1 month out of warranty and this screen appears and is permanent (dex is dead). Anyone seen this before? It had to happen on a Saturday didn't it?
Comment by MeganJ on September 24, 2011 at 9:04pm
Andrew, I regularly go swimming for an hour +, and have not had a problem. However, don't forget the receiver is not water resistant, so don't take it near the pool. (i know this is the dexcom forum, but I also wanted to comment on the animas pump...i regularly swim with mine. Just make sure the cap to the battery is securely tightened. I went snorkeling and the cap was loose. Loose cap does not equal water proof. Luckily I was still under warranty.)
Comment by Sandy Palmer on September 24, 2011 at 7:48pm
Andrew, for me when I go swimming a new sensor will skip some readings but if I've worn it through a shower or two it doesn't bother it at all and I've sat in the pool for several hrs with it not messing up. Good luck to you.
Comment by Andrew Tumsuden on September 24, 2011 at 7:44pm
So i asked about the pump and got my answer now im gonna ask about the Dex, i wanna go swimming and am curious about their being a limit to be in a swimming pool or a certain amount of time i can be in it??
Comment by Kati * on September 14, 2011 at 8:50am
It lasted all night, customer service believed it to be a bad sensor. Second one on and looking good so far! *knock on wood* -am just so happy to have it!
Comment by Kati * on September 13, 2011 at 6:50pm
thanks, just entered my 2 startup bgs and have the "???" ...but I'm guessing you just have to wait that out and hopefully it clears itself up :)
 

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