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Old 09-16-2001, 07:20 PM #1
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Angry Excalibur wiring?

Ok, I was adjusting the trigger and I accidentally pulled out one of the wires at the circuit board. It's the one with 2 wires going into it, but 3 possible places to plug in the wire. (ram selonoid).



The innermost wire is still in there. So do I need to plug the loose wire into the outside slot, or the inner slot? Am I making any sense at all ?

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Old 09-16-2001, 08:53 PM #2
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If it's a 2 wire and it goes to a solenoid it goes on the front of the board. The other 3 connectors are pretty easy to trace out.

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Old 09-16-2001, 10:30 PM #3
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Ok, I figured out where it goes. The only problem is the wire doesn't fit tightly in the white plastic plug (on the front of the board) like it used to. It just sort of comes loose after I plug it in.

I haven't used this gun for like a month. Do you think I'll need to send it in?

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Are you saying that you pulled one of the wires out of the plug?
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Ok, I figured out where it goes. The only problem is the wire doesn't fit tightly in the white plastic plug (on the front of the board) like it used to. It just sort of comes loose after I plug it in.

I haven't used this gun for like a month. Do you think I'll need to send it in?

thanks
When the connector was pulled out it probably wasn't pulled in a straigh line. The part of th connector on the board was probably "widened" and now the male part doesn't fit snugly. Call AKA, 317-631-7200, and see what they suggest.
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