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sprocker dog
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pink screen

Postby sprocker dog » 14 Aug 2017, 23:25

hi all, has anyone had a pulsar hd38 and the screen go from black and white to like a pink tinge to it. the unit still works ok but it's got a pink tinge to the screen.

cheers bob

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Re: pink screen

Postby some bloke » 15 Aug 2017, 02:33

I heard they have a slight feminine trait... (The smileys seem to be asleep ATM.)
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Re: pink screen

Postby dino1984 » 28 Aug 2017, 14:25

Got similar situation with FLIR, but it turned out to be just my eye seeing pink after 1,5h looking into green NVG :)

sprocker dog
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Re: pink screen

Postby sprocker dog » 28 Aug 2017, 16:21

Wish it was. It's definitely gone pinkish, it works fine and still clear. Turn around for mending it is 4 months, I can't not have a thermal for 4 months.
Bob

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Re: pink screen

Postby sauer » 29 Aug 2017, 02:10

Can you ask for a loan unit whilst it's under repair? Or " rent" one from supplier?

Worth asking

Paul

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Re: pink screen

Postby sprocker dog » 29 Aug 2017, 12:13

No supplier in U.K. Has or will loan a unit. Bad really as you pay a couple of grand for the units you would think some one would keep a basic unit for hire whilst others are away for 4 months to be repaired.
Bob


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