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    Posted: 09 September 2006 at 5:33pm

HELP!!! I bought a new E-grip but it has a few problems.

1) The little pin on the Capacitor sticks up and holds the Armature Pin up then i can't shoot!

2) It only has 2 settings instead of 5! It has Semi-Auto and Turbo! WTF!?!

PLEASE HELP!! I am going paintballing tomarrrow!

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Does anyone know what *EMERGENCY* means?!? I'm going tomarrow!!! PLEASE HELP!!!

 

 

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Hmmmm. Well, you should still have your stock trigger just in case you can't get the E-grip working. Under the noid(compacitor of which you call it) there should be a magnet that causes the pin to come back, is it there? If not, that could be the reason why it doesn't come back.

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hmmm... maybe. I'll try to open it up with out completely destroying it and check it out.
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Heres  what the noid looks like

  _____|_____  <=== Purple part moves the Armature pin.  

  |           ;   |  <=== This part is the top (Blue is all 1 peice)

 _       |          _  <=== This part is connected by that little bar that I colored red. It moves up and down.

 

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Yah, right below the main (big) part there is another flat surface thing that moves up and down with the pin. Right below the bottom piece, there should be something a little away from the whole thing and it is stationary. If you put metal around it, it should be magnetic depending on the metal you put up to it. With out this magnetic piece, the pin doesn't return.

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