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Any Chargemaster Owners

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Grimshaw, Oct 3, 2012.

  1. Grimshaw

    Grimshaw Well-Known Member

    Are there any pointers on this,should the inside of the powder tube be rubbed down with a dryer sheet to control static and powder clinging inside when new?

  2. wardor

    wardor Well-Known Member

    little soap film on all my powder hoppers... just take a mild soap/water mixture and wipe it down and let it dry.
  3. Grimshaw

    Grimshaw Well-Known Member

    Ok Thank You
  4. Shmackey

    Shmackey Well-Known Member

    Look up how to program the timing of the three speeds to tailor it for your particular load. It will be far faster. Also look up how to insert a straw in the end to avoid hassles with the threads and stick powders.
  5. MrCountyCop

    MrCountyCop Well-Known Member

    Don't leave bullseye in it over night.....EVER.
    First mistake I made the day I got mine.
  6. nastynatesfish

    nastynatesfish Well-Known Member

    Sure wish you could make it stop beeping or lower the volume on it when it's done charging.
  7. Grimshaw

    Grimshaw Well-Known Member

    Mute That Annoying Beep
    Some ChargeMaster users complain about the loud beep at the end of each cycle. There’s a simple way to silence the beep — and you don’t have to cut any wires or permanently disable the speaker. To mute the beep, simply hold down the Zero button until “beep off” displays. Repeat to restore the beep function.
  8. Grimshaw

    Grimshaw Well-Known Member

    After draining your powder dont for get to close the drain spout :cuss:
    I havent done it,just saying.
  9. MovedWest

    MovedWest Well-Known Member

  10. Shmackey

    Shmackey Well-Known Member

    I've done it three or four times.
  11. dragon813gt

    dragon813gt Well-Known Member

    The static isn't a big deal. Not a lot sticks. And you'll be emptying it when you're finished. The brush easily knocks it all off the sides.

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  12. powell&hyde

    powell&hyde Well-Known Member

    Yup, a little dab of dish wash soap and a rag wringed out works great. Better yet is a small spray bottle with a few drops of soap and water and sprayed on a rag to wipe the hopper works great.
  13. Grimshaw

    Grimshaw Well-Known Member

  14. Offfhand

    Offfhand Well-Known Member

    A post from above"

    "After draining your powder dont for get to close the drain spout"

    The voice of experience has spoken, and it's the most useful thing you'll learn on this thread. So take heed.

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