Question about Bushnell Pinseeker 1500 Rangefinder
Hi, well in answer to your query, Yes & Yes.
Most often though it is dirty optics? However IF you are sure that's NOT the problem. Then indeed there most likely IS a problem with the range finding Laser Diode, or the receiving detector.
In any event, you will have to return the unit to Bushnell, so it can be repaired.
These units require exact calibration, in a workshop, after any work has been done to recalibrate the laser and receiver, this is NOT possible with a DIY.
please look below, it's common.. and seems a inexpensive task..
Repair website below for your convenience.
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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