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    Scott
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    Hello, has anyone on here ever had trouble with the Sata digital gauge ?? The gun is about two and a half months old, its used almost every day. Its cleaned very thoroughly after every use. I tried taking out the battery and crossing out the two leads for thirty seconds to reset the microprocessors?? didn’t work. any advise for a fix or should I just send it back ? tks.

    #49124
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    Jayson Munro
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    Your gun will have a 3 year warranty as long as you filled out your cards.Quick easy thing to check is the battery dead?I would just send it back the more you dick with it you will void your warranty.I hate digital guns,they never seal well and usually the solvent or WB cleaner gets inside and fuks them up.HTH

    #49126
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    Scott
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    Thanks for the response. I figured I would try out a digital model this time around, so far I’m not too impressed, other than the digital issue I’ am really happy with it. Do you think the battery would die in two months? I’m thinking the solvent cleaner is to blame but one would think that they would have that figured out.

    #49127
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    Jayson Munro
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    Anything is possible,the solvent could have caused a short and drained the battery.I would take it apart and clean it up,it does look dirty and looks like solvent has gotten inside the gauge.

    #49128
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    john
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    Another thing to keep in mind is never put a digital spray gun or any gauge in a gun cleaner.

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    I left a 4000 in the car during the winter once, something froze on the glass and cracked it. Was about a $100 repair.

    #49163
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    Jonathan Gates
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    Actually just had this happen to my 5000. Looks like seal went and solvent got in it. Never had this happen to my 2 digital 4000rps and they have been thru the gun washer many of times.

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