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Old 07-28-2005, 05:12 PM   #1
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Default LRP Pulsar 1 Issues

I have owned my LRP Pulsar Comp 1 for about a year now. A few weeks ago it started acting strange.

For example, whenever I was browsing the menu functions, it often skips some functions. This did not happen before. What I mean is, if it shows the charging function and I want to go to settings to change some stuff, I usually press the button 4 times to get to it. Now when I want to do that, it skips over it like it's going crazy or something. I do not hold the button down, I just press it once and it skips.

Anyone here have that same problem? The charger is about 1.5 years old.
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I have to ask this, did you or anyone who pits near you ever get static shocked by your charger? If they did, then that is somewhat bad news, because usually the shock can destroy sensitive pieces inside the charger. But looking on the bright side, maybe its your button sticking.
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I have to ask this, did you or anyone who pits near you ever get static shocked by your charger? If they did, then that is somewhat bad news, because usually the shock can destroy sensitive pieces inside the charger. But looking on the bright side, maybe its your button sticking.
We just usually get power outages because of everyone using too much power. Other than that, no.
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Old 07-29-2005, 03:38 AM   #4
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Try on LRP Webside, (http://www.lrp-electronic.de) they have a forum too, were you can ask about all problems with LRP products
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