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    Shocker 4x4 board, what is it and all the bells and whisles

    So shockers arent my strongest marker to work on, former cocker, mag angel tech (late 90s-early 2ks), lets be honest we all loved or hated shockers back then, I was in that camp...but ya cant pass up a green splash when ya see one. .....lol.... It worked before....The gun has been sitting for about 2 years, the bolt isnt moving forward to cycle. Air is passing the bolt it seems, but no forward movement. however both noids are clicking all parts seem to be lubed and moving freely. Any thoughts? I prefer not to dig too deep, parts aren't easy to get for theses so any recommendations or tricks are appreciated.

    Also, this board. Im used to seeing the dip-switches Whelp. this one appears to be a turbo , however doesn't seem to be ramping up. any thoughts crew?

    note. the board has to have been replaced. Front two holes for the original on/off are taped up.

    #2
    its been a long time since i messed around with a shoe box, but check your inline pressure I remember mine being very temperamental about, it and the battery. head on over to ZDSPB.com for a ton of info on that marker

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      #3
      That's an LS Turbo board. Try turning the potentiometer next to the 'Turbo' label and see if that gets it going. The trigger needs to be moving at 5 bps before Turbo kicks in, so make sure the trigger is not being hindered.

      Most splash ano Shockers would have had a DS (dipswitch) board, so that is likely a replacement (not at all a bad thing).

      What's your input pressure? Mine like to operate at 180-190 psi. If you remove the bolt assembly, are you able to cycle bolt tip/ram back and forth? The air passages could be blocked by hardened grease, but I would think that unlikely. If both of the solenoids are clicking, I wouldn't worry about those.
      “It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.” -Krishnamurti

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        #4
        So, noticed that the bolt seemed to be dragging...tossed in a bolt from a parts shocker and it fired right up....guess imma have to give the bolt a light sanding...weird, but its the problem

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          #5
          Originally posted by muyosn View Post
          So, noticed that the bolt seemed to be dragging...tossed in a bolt from a parts shocker and it fired right up....guess imma have to give the bolt a light sanding...weird, but its the problem
          Justification for massive hoards of parts guns and parts bins right here!!!
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            #6
            Originally posted by muyosn View Post
            So, noticed that the bolt seemed to be dragging...tossed in a bolt from a parts shocker and it fired right up....guess imma have to give the bolt a light sanding...weird, but its the problem
            Weird. And the ram shaft to which the bolt attaches is moving smoothly?

            “It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.” -Krishnamurti

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              yup, not till I install it it binds up.

            #7
            Originally posted by Meleager7 View Post

            Justification for massive hoards of parts guns and parts bins right here!!!
            That's why I have eleven of them. Or so I tell myself.
            “It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.” -Krishnamurti

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