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Dillon's primer early warning buzzer .

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I love Dillon. That being said, I finally have had it with that annoying buzzer on the primer warning setup. I not only removed it, I REMOVED it with extreme prejudice. Maybe Dillon could make one with a chime or recording of a sultry voice sweetly saying,"time to add primers lover." That buzzer was causing me to develope a tic. :angry:

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I find it annoying too, but I got used to it. What I ended up selling is the powder check on station 3 that beeps everytime. To me, it just annoys the hell out of me. I can visually check each case so I am okay. for the primer check, its my on button, train my reflex :roflol: but it does help alot that my primers are low especially on high speed cranking. How will you manage your primers now that you removed it?

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I must be crazy-- ( uh I know )but I like mine !!!

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I cover mine with tape to knock down the decible level.

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Do you leave the rod in, so that it buzzes until you are completely out of primers? I just take mine out when it first chirps at me. I have also cut my primer rods so that when it buzzes, I shut the case feeder down and the primers and cases run out at the same time.

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I just removed the buzzer portion and use the rod alone you can easily see when you only have a few left

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...or recording of a sultry voice sweetly saying,"time to add primers lover."

While they're at it, maybe a 3-D holographic projection of the latest cover girl too. :devil:

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I depend on it more now with my 650 than I did with my 550. Once I start cranking I like not taking my eyes off the plate.cheers.gif

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I just removed the buzzer portion and use the rod alone you can easily see when you only have a few left

This works for me, as well.

eta (for forum compliance): since I too, hate the buzzer.

Edited by kevin c

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Do you leave the rod in, so that it buzzes until you are completely out of primers? I just take mine out when it first chirps at me. I have also cut my primer rods so that when it buzzes, I shut the case feeder down and the primers and cases run out at the same time.

Good idea: What length do you cut it to?

Maybe this can go to the Dillon forum rather than close.

S

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I developed an idea, though strange. What I do when the buzzer goes off, I stop and put more primers in. Which in turn stops the buzzing. This is just my opinion, and may not work for all.

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Do you leave the rod in, so that it buzzes until you are completely out of primers? I just take mine out when it first chirps at me. I have also cut my primer rods so that when it buzzes, I shut the case feeder down and the primers and cases run out at the same time.

Good idea: What length do you cut it to?

Maybe this can go to the Dillon forum rather than close.

S

I think I may have put the info into the 650 Tricks and Tips thread. I will look for it there as I am too lazy to walk out to the shop and measure the rod. :rolleyes:

Edit to add thread link: http://www.brianenos.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=112053&st=0&p=1277593&hl=sirveyr&fromsearch=1entry1277593

Edited by sirveyr

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