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Medtronic 670G Battery Replacement

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    • Detach the clip on the back of the device.

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    • Place the small protrusion on the bottom of the clip into the slot on top of the battery housing, and turn it counter clockwise.

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    • Remove the battery cap.

    • Dispose of the old battery according to your state guidelines.

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    • Insert the new battery, making sure the negative end (the flat part of the battery) is facing down.

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    • Replace the battery cap tighten until it is aligned.

    • Do not over-tighten the cap as it will make it extremely difficult to unscrew next time.

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    • Turn on the pump and wait until the HOME screen load to make sure the battery is working.

Conclusion

Your Medtronic 670G insulin pump is good-to-go!

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