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Captain of Team Impact
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Got the cp trigger for my dm4, got it installed and everything, and after i walk the trigger for a little while, the adjustment screw inside the gun comes loose and it wont activate the microswitch anymore.

so first i tryed teflon tape, and i got nuthin same results.

next glue, same thing.

Finally i tried loctite and got the same results, any suggestions?
 

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0ld Sk00l
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dark, u must do doing it wrong bro

#1, Teflon u gotta wrap the screw 2-4 times

#2, Loc-tite u gotta Put a glob on the botton of the screw, thread it in to where u want it, Then LEAVE IT ALONE FOR 24hrs. Then u should be good


OH all else fails.... then call CP
 

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15 mins to stick, 24 hours to cure completely and be useful.
 

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NORTHCOAST HARDCORE
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dont use teflon. i dont care what ne1 says, teflon can do more damage then good. put some red loctite on there, just a lil, on 3/4 of the threads and screw it in. my pops invented that sheet so i am a loctite god! (he seriously did, to bed he got nothing for it except a ton of free loctite, lol)
 

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NORTHCOAST HARDCORE
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u can take red off too. just dont over do it. if u use blue, it will probabaly come lose. i only use blue on my macro fittings
 

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Problem with red is if you DO overdo it you need to heat it to about 500 degrees (or so it says on the package) to loosen it. Blue holds just as tight and can be removed without heat.
 
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