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Old December 24th, 2006, 11:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Unhappy how to change firing modes on e grip

I have a A-5 and I have programmed it for 5 different settings but i cannot seem to choose what mode i want to use now? How do i change firing modes? Oh its the WAS board

I followed instructions on prograaming the grip and the number of green flashes tells you how many modes programmed.

Just need help on switching modes now, thank you
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Old December 24th, 2006, 12:19 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Firing Mode

Pull and release the trigger the number of times necessary to set the Firing Mode to what you want to use.

The following is a list of the possible Firing Modes and the flashes (trigger pulls required):

1 flash – Semi-auto (NPPL legal)
2 flashes – 3 shot ramping (PSP legal)
3 flashes – 3 shot full auto (NXL legal)
4 flashes – Auto Response
5 flashes – Turbo

If you pull and release the trigger more than 5 times, then the LED will toggle green/red alternately to indicate there was a programming error, and then go back to the programming menu. The default Firing Mode is 1.

But first you have to put your gun into programming mode to do this you need to.

Pull the trigger, and hold it in the back position. Now, press and hold the power button for 1 second. During this time, the LED will light up green.

Now, release the power button and then the trigger. The LED will light red. The marker is now in “trigger programming mode”.

Pulling and releasing the trigger will change the LED color, advancing to the next programming feature. This is also known as the “programming menu”. The following colors equate to the feature selected:

Solid Red: Dwell programming mode.
Solid Green: Debounce™ programming mode.
Flickering Green: Rate of Fire (ROF) cap programming mode.
Alternating Green/Orange: Firing mode.

Once you see the green/orange led flashing pull and hold your trigger to go into it to adjust your settings. After you see the first flash pull the trigger how many times you want to get it in the desired mode 1-5 times.

1 flash – Semi-auto (NPPL legal)
2 flashes – 3 shot ramping (PSP legal)
3 flashes – 3 shot full auto (NXL legal)
4 flashes – Auto Response
5 flashes – Turbo
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Old December 24th, 2006, 12:30 PM   #3 (permalink)
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i have 5 different modes programmed into the grip,but it always stays on 3 round burst, I cannot figure out how to go into full auto, semi, ect.
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Old December 24th, 2006, 12:35 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Just do like i said and it should be changed. Go into programming mode, then go into the green/orange mode. When you enter it your led will flash the number of times to show what mode your in. After the first flash just pull your trigger 1-5 times determining on what mode you want to be in. After you do that you should see a rambow of colors meaning it saved your mode. Then just turn off your gun and back on and you should be in your desired mode. Simple.
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Old December 24th, 2006, 12:41 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Ok i got it, it works perfect thank alot man!!!
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Old December 24th, 2006, 12:43 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Not a problem. I was a little confused the first time i messed with my was board but you get used to it. After you mess with some other boards out there you will grow to love how you adjust the settings on the was. I have one in my NME.
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