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    Labradar, in the dark

    All the literature and forums state that the Labradar is unaffected by lighting conditions.

    Mine acted wonky last nite shooting at a brightly lit 100yd target from a brightly lit shooting room.

    It's on an AC power source which has worked for years. The lights blinked erratically and when I attempted to
    arm (turn the light yellow) it would sometimes turn yellow for a second or three then read "unable to acquire
    projectile" and the blinking would sometimes start.

    Is the lighting a factor or is this thing just breaking?

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    Call them up they will help

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    Quote Originally Posted by alinwa View Post
    All the literature and forums state that the Labradar is unaffected by lighting conditions.

    Mine acted wonky last nite shooting at a brightly lit 100yd target from a brightly lit shooting room.

    It's on an AC power source which has worked for years. The lights blinked erratically and when I attempted to
    arm (turn the light yellow) it would sometimes turn yellow for a second or three then read "unable to acquire
    projectile" and the blinking would sometimes start.

    Is the lighting a factor or is this thing just breaking?
    Mine does that if I power it externally while there are batteries in it. Did you put in any batteries recently?

    GsT

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeneT View Post
    Mine does that if I power it externally while there are batteries in it. Did you put in any batteries recently?

    GsT
    TX Gene.... I'll check and see if someone did.

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