... that stopped propelling far before the canisters were empty. My pharmacy referred me to the lab that made them, and the lab said that they had a "lot of complaints recently" and had Teva's number at his fingertips... Upon calling Teva, I ended up with a recording requiring me to leave a message for a return call. Still waiting. It could be very dangerous to be out - say, riding my bike in the mountains and get caught in a rain - and have my inhaler decide not to work even though it is STILL FULL. My question: why doesn't anyone post information on defective drugs (or defective batches) to make this easier for the consumers to get replacements?