So, I swear I saw some type of unfamiliar, “your transmitter is dying,” message on my Dex G4 last week while skiing. It was 12 degrees. I’d been outside for 6 hours. It was December 31st. I panicked and ordered a new transmitter that night in order to place the order before the end of the year because I was worried about a $1,000 deductible and transmitter failure during a time when I really, really needed my sensor.
But, now I wonder if it wasn’t just the cold. I don’t recall seeing such a message before. Should I send it back or keep it? I’ve had mine for a while, but dont want it to start warranty prematurely. I may be in a position in the next couple of months where I CANNOT be without a sensor, but am a little worried about a giant $1,000 expenditure of money.
Should I keep it or send it back?