Originally Posted by robertseakykr
Well, if you have access to a multi-meter you could test the capacitor and solenoid but attempting a homebrew fix is gonna demo your warrantee. I'd say it's definately a board/cap/solenoid issue. That sucks that Canadian Paintball has such s____y customer support. I won't be using them for sure. Looks like you need to give BT a phone call, they'll definately fix it for you but you won't have it back in time for your game...where are you at? If you ask over at BT Warrior, somebody might have a grip they'd loan you till you get yours back.
would you actually think that they would lend my an e-grip for the game...i highly doubt it....but yea it is a crappy customer support they have....not even 3 days and they dont somthign about it.....-_- im from Toronto....
thanks to all for trying to help me out...-_- hopefully somone from BT hears me out in my situation....
thanks to all that tryed to help...hopefully somone from BT will hear me out on this
btw i did call them and they told me to eather go back to where i bought it or send it back because its totaly fried then if the solenoid is not moving....
and CP (Canadian paintball) told me to send it in because they are not a big buyer from them so they have to vouchers or some bullsheit, they keep compairing themselves with best buy how you can bring things in and they will replace it and they are not like that...altho on thier web sit it stats that " We are the number one (in bold and red) distributor for some of the major manufacturers" and i believe that BT is a major manufacurers (ben tippmann)