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Old June 12th, 2004, 03:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Well, I had went paintballing today and my gun worked fine 2 games, then I was letting my friend use it and then after about 4 shots from him, he turned it off until the next game, and then it wouldnt turn on. So I tried flipping the switch and changing bateries but nothing work, im thinking the circuit board is fried. Help please
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Old June 12th, 2004, 03:36 PM   #2 (permalink)
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It could just be the switch too. Check and make sure that all the wires on the board are not loose and everything, and make sure the wires to the switch are not loose. If that doesnt help, then try contacting kingman and see what they will do about it.
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If that dosnt work you can Email a Kingman technician with the problem. Then if he cant help he will ask you to print up all your emails and send them with your grip to a address he provides you. Then they send it back nice and new and fresh.
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Are you using a rechargable 9.6volt battery? If so did you charge it fully? And regular 9volt batteries are not really made for the marker.
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Are you using a rechargable 9.6volt battery? If so did you charge it fully? And regular 9volt batteries are not really made for the marker.
They will work fine though. They dont last as long, but I have never had a problem using 9 volts in mine.
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People have had problems with them not being able to trip the sear and if he was using one in the first place then thats why it ran out, and he didnt say if he was trying new 9volt batteries or used ones that might not have enough juice in them.
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Check your connections. Then, did your friend get your gun wet or anything? Spyders are very non-weather resistant.
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