I turn my PDM on and it says that it's connected to a USB and that it's syncing information. It is not connected to anything I took the batteries out I changed the batteries I hit the reset button nothing is working... Help! Suggestions ideas anything please

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Comment by Jacob's mom on August 26, 2012 at 6:17am

yikes! this doesnt sound good, i hope you called omnipod support they have been great for us, i hope you resolved it already and do not need a new PDM if you do i'm sure they will send it asap, best of luck! amy

Comment by Hawk_fan on August 26, 2012 at 6:29pm
It just resolved itself... Weird
Comment by Jacob's mom on August 27, 2012 at 3:50am

do you use energizer max batteries, i cant always find them but they are suppose to be the best "fit" glad its better, were you able to bolus while it was freaking out? i know basal is suppose to run even if you have a problem with the pod synching with the pdm, well at least it resolved!

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