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Blast0405

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Cool annodising.

one thing to know with those... is that you shouldn't over pressurise it (don't keep turning the velocity up via the front reg) as the gasket for the solenoid can split and is a pain to get replacements for..

Also worth checking that the settings on the board are back to factory also... just as a fresh start with the new battery :)
I've tried replacing the battery I have put it back to standard mode it will shoot once then it won't then wait like 20 secs it will shoot again its weird
 

Blast0405

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The problem with lots of guns is I only have two hands
Quite a lot of it is due to “Tom sees, Tom wants”
But they do actually get used on occasion rather than never, even if they spend a long time in between sat in a box

@ant290 has covered the common diagnosis:
Battery
Default settings
Then strip & clean , fresh o rings etc
It’s worth a check of regulator adjustment such as to its mid point then up/down a little
Is there a YouTube guide to change the o rings never done it before I'm new to the gun stuff
 

Blast0405

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The problem with lots of guns is I only have two hands
Quite a lot of it is due to “Tom sees, Tom wants”
But they do actually get used on occasion rather than never, even if they spend a long time in between sat in a box

@ant290 has covered the common diagnosis:
Battery
Default settings
Then strip & clean , fresh o rings etc
It’s worth a check of regulator adjustment such as to its mid point then up/down a little
How can I comment on people's posts if I want to buy I can't seem to do it
 

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Is there a YouTube guide to change the o rings never done it before I'm new to the gun stuff
Have a look over this one:


Also run through the comments, and never force anything that’s tight …. He seems to put in quite an effort at points, which is OK if you know it’s meant to be tight, but is the cause of many breakages when there’s something that you’ve missed which is the cause of it appearing to be tight

He doesn’t change the o-rings, but points them out for lubing/greasing
Usually it’s a matter of cleaning off existing lube/grease, checking they don’t have any nicks or aren’t shriveled up, then give a tiny amount of grease to each oring - I still put on too much, but the general recommendation for grease is to use the absolute minimum and then regularly check it, otherwise too much just gunks everything up

This is a better video, but goes through an entire rebuild. Ideally you don’t need to do all of that, but it’s worth a look through and working on only the relevant areas such a the


And to be an oring expert you want an oring pick/dental pick
Remember to use the hook of a pick to reach under and not to stab and pull (you can stab a dead oring, but it’s best practice to use as a hook under to grab orings otherwise you’re killing every oring in sight

You can get ‘specialist’ paintball oring picks but they are cheap as general tools often on local market tool stalls & diy shops
Failing that a wooden toothpick does the job too
 

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I appreciate you sending me the videos I'll try that hopefully I can get it to work
If you get really stuck.. you can always message billy wing on facebook as a last resort... It might take him a while to get back to you... but he designed / works on proto / dye markers all day long.. so there isn't an issue he can't diagnose or fix.
 
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Blast0405

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If you get really stuck.. you can always message billy wing on facebook as a last resort... It might take him a while to get back to you... but he designed / works on proto / dye markers all day long.. so there isn't an issue he can't diagnose or fix.
I appreciate it thanks , I bought it from someone claiming it works but doesn't hopefully I'll get it done