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    I have a pain pump implanted in my lower abdomin. It alarms out when it gets low on medicine. It sounds like a European police car siren when it goes off.

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    I am suprised you did not blame your burglar alarm system. I get calls all the time with customers made about their alarm beeping and want me to come out and fix it for free. Customer's do not believe me when I hear the beep over the phone and tell them it is not the alarm. Some of the things we have found are kids toys, refrigerators, and freezers.

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    Nice! A few years back (like 20) we had an older guy who was given his first computer to do specs on. After several weeks of training he was up and running. So after a couple of days I taped a small alarm clock under his desk and set it for 3pm. It went off for several days in a row driving him nuts as he thought it was the computer. One day I walk back into the office from a meeting and there is the IBM repair guy with the box opened up and holding the alarm clock in his hand. Needless to say the boss wasn't happy about the repar bill but even he had to laugh. The old guy didn't speak to me for a month.
    Tommy Gun

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    Quote Originally Posted by LubeJobs42 View Post
    The leads are the problem. I have 4 leads (one to each area of the heart). The leads are from differnet manufactures. DON'T ASK!!!! Why would leads coming from the same unit going to the same heart have leads from different manufactures????
    Answer: That's the way they do it!
    This time they are change the defib itself. Newer technology, more-I mean Less problems!
    More entities paying the lawyers.....

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