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Thread: Firing issues

  1. #1
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    Default Firing issues

    Hey guy's

    So just put some new gears, shimmed, new piston head, cylinder head, nozzle, hop, hop rubber and Tbb in my Ares Amoeba AM-014 Honey Badger.
    My issue i'm having now is that in either Semi or full auto selected i'm just getting 5 round burst then stops after about 20 BBs... leave it for a couple of mins and it'll carry on working again.

    Not my 1st time doing upgrades etc but it's leading me to think it's maybe something to do with the EFCS board on the gun after having a programmer on it and made no difference.

    Any thoughts and advice would be awesome. :'(

  2. #2
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    Default Re: Firing issues

    Selector not engaging micro switch correctly? Damaged micro switch after rebuild? I'm assuming of course that there's an electronic trigger?

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    Default Re: Firing issues

    Or does that board have a thermal / auto reset fuse built in?

    There may be too much draw on the motor from excess load in gbox

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    Default Re: Firing issues

    It is electronic trigger unit and i would have to check for these.

    These answers are brilliant, given me something to look at. I double checked everything BUT the actual board so you guys might be onto a winner there.
    I'll take a look and get back with what i find.

    Thanks

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    Default Re: Firing issues

    There is a magnet on sector gear, is that replaced on new sector/gear set
    and is the sensor detecting the magnet correctly ???

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    Default Re: Firing issues

    Hmmmm there was if i recall Sitting Duck.
    How would i know if it's reading it correctly?

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