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Old 03-11-2013, 11:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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WGP karnivore question(s)

I got a olive/black karni in a trade and there is no serial on the body where it would normally have been lasered on.

I assume it's a later karni as it has the ram with integrated trv/qev, has gloss and dust olive on the body, e2 and the longer style kaner barrel.

Where in the karni production run can it roughly be placed?
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Most likely towards the end of the production. If I recall correctly the serial number is lasered on the right hand side on the back corner. Is it a true e2 board or a zeroB?
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Yeah, that's where I assumed it was, nothing there
Says E2 v1.10 when booting up.
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I believe that is a zerob. The sure fire way to tell is to check under the right grip panel for the red tourney lock button. Only zerob has that.
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The screen is blue and the cover on the frame is clear, I thought only e2s were like that?
There is a red pushbutton on the board to access the programming.

One issue has arisen though, the clappernoid doesn't reset unless the marker is held vertical. If it's at an angle it'll stick. Easy fix or should I buy a replacement?
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Need to find a manual, the lug is wrong I do believe.
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E2 boards as well as the zeroB boards had the blue screen with white letters. I believe most gen2 karnis had zeroB boards, which are a tournament legal version of the e2 board. If yours has the red button, it is indeed a zeroB.

As far as the clapper is concerned, I would start by taking it out and seeing if there is any gunk or anything prohibiting movement.

Edit: I guessed you fixed that that then.
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I believe that is a zerob. The sure fire way to tell is to check under the right grip panel for the red tourney lock button. Only zerob has that.
Zerob and E2 board doesn't matter. You can reflash either to accept the other.

Only really the frame matters. The easier way to find out if you have true E2 is to look at the buttons. If you have 3 round indents for the buttons you have a worrblade(e1). If you have a tear drop shaped for the top button you have an e2
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E2 boards as well as the zeroB boards had the blue screen with white letters. I believe most gen2 karnis had zeroB boards, which are a tournament legal version of the e2 board. If yours has the red button, it is indeed a zeroB.

As far as the clapper is concerned, I would start by taking it out and seeing if there is any gunk or anything prohibiting movement.

Edit: I guessed you fixed that that then.
Actually it was premature, the clapper went back to it's odd behaviour.. :|

The buttons are metal.

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Zerob and E2 board doesn't matter. You can reflash either to accept the other.

Only really the frame matters. The easier way to find out if you have true E2 is to look at the buttons. If you have 3 round indents for the buttons you have a worrblade(e1). If you have a tear drop shaped for the top button you have an e2
http://www.tadaotechnologies.com/new...54-e2-0002.jpg
It is a worrblade, wgp had some karnis sent out with e2 boards; but never actual e2 frames.
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