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SCS turned off when exiting a grocery store

weird- went through the exit of my local Kroger and set off the anti theft. I immediately had pain. When I checked it about 10 mins later it was shut off. Anyone else experience this? It turned right back on no problem. 
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  • jimandjrjimandjr Dallas TXPosts: 745
    Never had a problem like that. Been to Kroger and Best Buys countless times. Always leave mine on. 
  • It's really weird. Last time I set off the anti theft too but it did not shut the scs off.  The pain was due to a surge I think I use burst so it's hard to tell it feels more like pressure. 
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  • jimandjrjimandjr Dallas TXPosts: 745
    You jinxed me. lol

    Shopped at Kroger and set off the alarm on the way out. First time ever!!!! Had my scs since Nov and never set off any alarm. There was a kid there and he instantly said I was cool. Thank god he was right next to me at the time. How embarrassing. 
  • BDUBSBBDUBS New YorkPosts: 38
    I have read numerous account where the scs drive"trips" an alarm. According to Medtronics website you should stay as far from the "cabinets" as possible when going through and carry an identification card and see if you can go "around" the detector.
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