I took out my trigger and after it taken about 30 minutes for it to pop out i clean it off and put it back in there correctly.(Before i took out the trigger I did unhook the two wires connecting from the body and the frame, but i put them back on there right) So i put everything back together and turn on the gun and the solenoid will not click after i pull the trigger(when the eyes are off and when the eyes are on and i hold it for a second). Ive tryed different batteries but it does the same thing.
Do I have a bad microswitch? Just wanna make sure before i call up dye.
Sounds to me that when you were cleaning your trigger position moved back. Your currently sitting pressing the microswitch on. Adjust your trigger position so it moves forward some and it should fix your problem.
get yourself a solder gun, and some electrical solder
coat the gun's tip with solder and spread a little of it on the wire, then get someone to hold the wire to the switch, then feed solder to the gun to the connection, giving it a nice coat..
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