I'll try new batteries, thanks. I don't think I've changed them since I got the meter! The strips should be good. They're new.Tracker, I recently had the same question myself (though about a different brand of meter). What I could find is that meters don't have an expiration date as such, but that the batteries do need replacing periodically and that exposure over time to dust, dirt, moisture, and static electricity can mess up what's inside (as it does for pretty much all electronics).
In your situation, I would try a new set of batteries (ones you know are fairly fresh) and see if that doesn't fix the problem. I'm assuming you've already checked that the strips are good?
That's interesting. I guess if a new batch of strips tells me the same off numbers I'll try a new meter. Thanks!I used to use the ReliOn meter from Walmart. And I remember calling the company for something and she asked me for the serial number on mine and she said OH, that's 2 years old you need a new one will get that right out to you. So I don't know.
Thanks!Yes. Although ReliOn would send a little bottle for free the FreeStyle Lite bottles of solution cost $14 for two of them! So I need to call freestyle and see who pays for that me or the insurance company. The control solution can tell you whether your strips are good or not.