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Etekcity Lasergrip 1080 Troubleshooting
The Etekcity Lasergrip 1080 is a non-contact IR temperature gun that is easy to operate. It turns on and begins reading the temperature with one press of a trigger. Troubleshooting this device is both simple and easy.
- Lasergrip won't turn on
- Lasergrip won't shoot the laser
- The buttons are not responsive
- The screen doesn't work
- The temperature doesn't seem right from the device
Lasergrip won't turn on ¶
No matter what you do, you can't get your Lasergrip to turn on.
Drained/bad battery ¶
If your Lasergrip won't turn on, .... you may simply have a drained battery, so it should be replaced. If the issue continues, then there might be an issue with the connector to the battery. If so, that needs a replacement instead. Here is a guide to replacing the battery and here is a guide to replacing the battery connector.
Bad display ¶
It is possible that it appears nothing is happening because the display is bad or there is something wrong with the wires. If the former, the display must be replaced. If there are problems with the wires, then that also needs a replacement. Here is a guide to replacing the screen.
Bad motherboard ¶
The motherboard simply needs a replacement. Here is a guide to replacing the motherboard.
Lasergrip won't shoot the laser ¶
When pressing the trigger, the laser is not showing up.
Malfunctioning trigger ¶
There might be a bad contact of the sensor inside the trigger. Check and see if the spring behind the trigger is positioned correctly. If it's not, that might be source of the issue. Here is a guide to replacing/repairing the trigger.
Laser turned off or malfunctioning ¶
There is a button on the face of the Lasergrip that turns the laser on and off. The laser might simply be turned off or malfunctioning. Here is a guide to replacing the laser.
The buttons are not responsive ¶
No matter what you do, you can't get your Lasergrip to respond.
Buttons are loose or broken ¶
The buttons might be misplaced, so it won't have the right contact. Check to see if the buttons are touching the sensors correctly. If they are but the device is still not responsive, then the issue are the sensors. Here is a guide to repairing or replacing the buttons.
The screen doesn't work ¶
You can see the laser, but the screen is off.
Broken screen ¶
If the screen is simply broken, then it needs a replacement. Here is a guide to replacing the screen.
Motherboard issue ¶
Either the motherboard is broken or it has bad contacts with the screen. If the former, the motherboard needs a replacement. Here is a guide to replacing the motherboard.
The temperature doesn't seem right from the device ¶
For whatever reason, the temperature seems to be off or different
Sensor isn't working right ¶
The sensor needs to be working correctly for it to read the temperatures correctly. If it isn't, then the sensor might be broken. The motherboard might be faulty if that's the case. Here is the repair guide for the sensor.
Temperature is not on the right mode ¶
Make sure the temperature you want is set on the right mode, Fahrenheit and Celsius. There is a button where you can change the mode. If for some reason you are unable to change it, then the button is faulty. Refer to the faulty buttons troubleshooting topic.