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Old 02-02-2011, 11:04 AM   #11 (permalink)
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When you pull the trigger, it is accuating the micro switch since you have a blink in the LED.

That being said, you have used the red reset button so you know the noid itself is not stuck. Additionally, you have not stated you have any leaks from the noid so I doubt you have screwed your grip screws into the noid (that would actually pierce the noid and render it useless).

With the gas off and the marker powered up, put your finger in the breach and pull the tirgger. Does the noid click? If not replace the battery and try again. If the noid does not click then it is not being energized. Check the wires from the harness to the noid. Are they pinched or broken or pulled out of the harness or noid?

Set the dwell to stock settings (8-10ms as I recall). If you do this, check the wires to the noid, replace the battery and still have no click in the noid, your noid may be dead. Try these things again with air and see what happens. If you have tried all this both aired and unaired, then it is likely the noid is dead. My guess though is that it is either a battery issue or a wire issue. It is unoften that noids just die though it does happen.

Try those things and report back your findings. After I know the above, I can further help flesh out the problem.
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Old 02-02-2011, 10:03 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Well wouldnt you know it, there is a broken wire, it seems that the grip screw from the opposite side actually did sever a yellow wire leading to the back of the noid, the noid itself was hiding it so i didnt see it earlier. I'm hoping that this is the source of all the problems but we will have to see once i fix it. I really appreciate all the help here guys and i'll post back with results once i fix that wire
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And success! I feel a little silly for not seeing that broken wire earlier but she shoots again and thats what matters. I wanna thank you guys again for the help, really appreciate it.
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And success! I feel a little silly for not seeing that broken wire earlier but she shoots again and thats what matters. I wanna thank you guys again for the help, really appreciate it.
Great!

I'm going to go buy some tiny zip ties for the next time I open mine up. Thanks for the info.
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Old 02-03-2011, 09:26 PM   #15 (permalink)
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No problem, its so weird, you'd think that when the wire was in the screw hole the screw would just push it out instead of getting caught, let alone the fact that it was actually caught in that hole, its tiny.
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Great!

I'm going to go buy some tiny zip ties for the next time I open mine up. Thanks for the info.
Hot glue, ftw.
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Hot glue, ftw.
Ugh. Ok.

I was thinking of ways to anchor the zip ties, but I believe your are right.
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