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Solved problem with disintegrating pressure bulb on blood pressure machine. found your HELPING website unhelpful so bought a different machine which does not use rubber pressure bulb. your product is very harmful to the environment since the whole unit now has to go to garbage.
there should have been a replacement rubber bulb.

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