daboone
daboone
2 posts
Joined May 2015

Voiding Warranty?

I am wondering about some of the aftermarket addons and the warranty. UniqueTek, Ballistic Tool, Hit Factor and Inline Fabrication all seem to have gadgets for the RL550B. Will their use void the warranty?

I've had my RL550B less than a month. I really don't have any problems/complaints about the set up or of it's use. If fact I've got to admit it's much faster than and as consistent as my CO-AX. But someday I may want to try some of these gadgets they offer.

Thank You
daboone
dillon
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dillon
3,222 posts
Joined July 2007

RE: Voiding Warranty?

Any damage to any part of the machine that results from the use of any non-Dillon parts on the machine will not be covered under warranty. This includes the primer pocket swaging tools, but does not specifically exclude any non-Dillon product. Most aftermarket products are rather benign, and won't result in damage to the machine.
jim18611865
jim18611865
5 posts
Joined May 2009

RE: Voiding Warranty?

I recently purchased a primer slide made by someone. It is an improvement, but I don't see it causing damage. Likely they would have sent me a new primer slide for free, but I went with the after market one. Capitalism is a wonderful thing.

The best thing to buy is the LED light for the center so you can see powder drops. No one should be without it!
vakayakangler
vakayakangler
1 post
Joined January 2012

RE: Voiding Warranty?

I agree, I saw a video on YouTube about a loyal Dillon Fan's setup and the Inline LED light was something that caught my eye. I can't see how it would hurt the press, but as an old grump with thick glasses, I can't wait for it to arrive. I ordered it this morning.
mlockhart
mlockhart
2 posts
Joined February 2010

RE: Voiding Warranty?

I’ve been looking through the forum trying to find this question. Thank you
I saw the “swage it “ add on, on YouTube and thought it looked interesting, but a friend told me he thought Dillon said it voided the warranty. Since they said above it will void the warranty I guess I’ll keep looking for a better way to deal with crimped primer pockets. Hopefully the Dillon folks are also. I was hoping to come up with a on machine solution. Sort of a case prep setup (size, deprime, swage, case trim to length) then change over to loading setup.