Originally Posted by splat shack
It sounds like you had it in Billy Ball Mode and changed it to Semi Auto. Get a new battery and connect it to only one battery terminal. While holding the trigger touch the other terminal to the battery. Your light should blink. Keep doing this until you get to the mode you want. the Sp1 should have 4 firing modes.
1. Semi Auto
2. 3 Shot Burst
3. Full Auto
4. Billy Ball - 1 shot every 2 seconds.
Also it has 2 dwell settings. One for co2 and one for compressed air. These can be changed by doing the same thing with the battery but do not hold the trigger down.
1. Single blink is Co2
2. Double blink is Compressed Air.
If you still have problems I would suggest contacting GoG Paintball for tech support as the G1 is basically the same marker.
Your close but not quite there. A SP-1 only has two modes stock:
1.) Locked Semi auto (tourney mode) - single flash
2.) Select fire (semi/3rd burst/full auto) - double flash
However, the G-1 has those and a few more:
1.) Select Fire - single flash
2.) PSP 2009 - double flash (fires in semi for the 1st 3 shots then ramps to 3rd burst for every trigger pull)
3.) Locked Semi (tourney mode) - triple flash
4.) Billy Ball - quad flash
To unlock these modes, remove battery/unplug, then depress the trigger while plugging the battery back to the harness. I find it easier to attach the harness to 1 battery post and touch the harness to the other post while watching for the flashes.
To change the factory preset dwell setting, you do the same as above but instead of pulling the trigger, you press the on/off button:
1.) c02 - one flash
2.) hpa - two flashes
The SP-1/G-1 is shipped from the factory in c02 mode as the standard setting.