Originally Posted by Kilkenny
holding the power button while connecting the battery changes it
from Co2 to HPA modes.
THe light doesn't blink right away when you first turn it on.
Make sure you hold the trigger firmly while connecting the battery.
when you turn on the sp1 the light should be on steady.
with the light ON , press the ON button once (don't hold) the light should
flash (3burst) press it again and it should flash faster (auto). One more press
and your back to semi (light is steady ON).
If your SP1 doesn't have select fire I would go back to the store when
its busy like on a friday or saturday and make some noise in front of the
other customers. The shop owner will have to replace it or look real
bad in front of the other customers and possibly loose sales. But start in easy and calm, then work it up if it looks like he's not gonna take care of
it. Give them a chance to make it right first.
yeah because making a scene will help out the OP.
Who says that the OP actually bought it new?
If he did, going in at the busiest time would be one of the worst times to get help.
On top of that, most fields won't allow anything other than semi-auto anyway.
I have a select fire board, and have only used the modes other than semi, once, for about 20 minutes, in fact my SP-1 is in "tourney lock mode" currently and plan to keep it that way until I hand it over to the new owner, who'll likely keep it the same way.
Anyway, there are a few manuals that apply to the SP-1 on the Smart Parts website, might want to download them to have more detailed information on the firing modes and dwell settings.