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1 Bad battery wiring or bad gun wiring? on Fri Sep 03, 2010 6:23 pm

KRICHEN922


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I'm having problems with my batteries and possibly my gun wiring.

Its a KWA SR7, brand stinking new, used once. The batteries are 9.6v 1600 mah butterflies. the gun with fire full auto, then start slowing, speeding up, slowing, speeding up etc. The wires are completely still mind you. I've fooled around with the battery and I'm pretty sure that the people I ordered it from did a shitty job taping it up.

Then again, the crane stock wiring may be bad too.

In conclusion, please bring your airsmithing stuff if you could, because I'd like to get to the bottom of this.

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2 Re: Bad battery wiring or bad gun wiring? on Fri Sep 03, 2010 6:32 pm

KRICHEN922


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Ok, I brought out the echo 1 and tested the battery on both guns, moving the battery's wire as little as possible while switching guns. The wiring in my KWA sr7 is bad. What should I do? Would checking the weapon for the source of the bad wiring void the warranty? Would fixing it?

I think I have everything I need to check this out here but could you guys bring out some of your stuff? I don't have anything for the wiring check.

I'll need everything. My tools aren't suited for crane stock, I was just trying to get the buffer tube off. I'm hoping it'll just be loose wiring, but if its a short I'll be super pissed off.

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3 Re: Bad battery wiring or bad gun wiring? on Fri Sep 03, 2010 8:48 pm

KRICHEN922


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Well I checked all the connectors again, and checked the ones I could reach even though they all looked fine.

It may have been the motor connectors, even though they never came off the motor. I crimped them tho, just to make sure, and now the gun is shooting fine. It just doesn't make sense to me how it shot, then didn't, shot then didn't. It didn't seem like a motor problem because it still was firing. The other times I've had motor problems on my other weapon the connectors were always clear off the tab.


Anyways, I hope I figured out the issue, or that something I did fixed it. I should be able to deal with any other problem that arises or if the last one decides to revisit me. So cancel that airsmithing tool request. Unless you want to bring them out just in case one of the other guns go down.

I'll still be bringing my extra, just in case.

I just don't know why it'd to it to me NOW of all times...

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4 Re: Bad battery wiring or bad gun wiring? on Sat Sep 04, 2010 12:54 am

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Tell me about it

5 Re: Bad battery wiring or bad gun wiring? on Sat Sep 04, 2010 8:01 am

Sly


And that is why everyone should get the Echo 1 Master Series MP5! Two gearboxes, no worries! Very Happy Oh, and I wasn't thinking of bringing a backup weapon, but perhaps I should? I have an old, cheap AK with ok RoF and an M14, digital acu style camo on it. Although... I'm not sure we'll be able to fit one more thing in the Tahoe after Krich and Waldo get in...

6 Re: Bad battery wiring or bad gun wiring? on Sat Sep 04, 2010 11:03 am

KRICHEN922


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Bring the M14 if it shoots good, from what I've heard that AK sucks.

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