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03 November 2008 - 06:37 PMYou might have the trigger slider still attached. It is the metal part at the back of the trigger that is spring loaded and has a pin holding it in. It is part 98-18 on the diagram.
You need to remove it b/c it is tripping the e-trigger sear when it is not supposed to. To do this, push it in, and push the pin out with a toothpick or similar small rod. Then collect the slider, its spring, and the pin and save it.
as long as the hammer (rear bolt as tippmann calls it) is the right one for your model marker, it should be fine. the leaf is the part of the microswitch that the trigger touches. The purpose of bending it is to get the optimal trigger pull that you want to actuate the e-trigger.
If that's not the problem, you need to provide more information about the problem for anyone to help you.
thanks that fixed it
16 October 2008 - 04:36 PMi bought a deluxe parts kit. What is the striker O-ring ?
10 October 2008 - 02:57 PMWell i want to play competitive speedball and want to keep my tippmann
09 October 2008 - 06:01 PMi already have a tippmann and want to get 30bps
06 October 2008 - 07:40 AMI should work. On my tippmann they recalled the sear because it was rounded. The gun would fire full auto until i held back the bolt. I would try it with air not co2 and use a force fed hopper
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