I wanted to throw loads of 76 grains H-414, and so after set-up, warm-up and calibration: when I pressed "7", it returned an "8". Attempting to see if this was a fluke, I tried that three times. Same-same each time.
Began going through the keypad and discovered numbers returning different values.
Called RCBS and they told me, "it is out of warranty, so it'll cost you $45 plus postage to get it repaired."
This is a real bummer, because I have only used this thing 6-7 times. So it looks like I have to drop roughly $100 for a fix. Amazing. How can a piece of hardware break like this? I could see it if I had used the thing a few thousand times but....oh well. It's only money right?