was gonna test the gen9 after work today, but it did not wanna fire,
and by that i mean when i pull the trigger nothing happened, at all.
originally i thought it was due to i reversed the polarity on the wiring to the motor yesterday and cooked it or something, but i chuck the motor back into the ACR and it fired as normal…
so it was not the motor.
after 2 hours of pulling the box apart and test everything, fixed some possible wiring issues,
only to find that it was the bridging bits that gets push in by the trigger,
i am certain of that because i have tested the wires literally inch by inch and confirmed there is consistent current flow and resistance is 0.8 ohm throughout
(if i am reading the multi-meter correctly = .=?)
it seems for what ever reason,
it will only make contact 100% of the time if the bridging piece is push almost all the way in,
and under normal trigger pull, it will not always close the circuit
and that’s with bit of force applied to the trigger to make sure it’s pushed as far forward as it can with out breaking anything.
i have wd40 the hell out of it, brushed it, light sanded it, spit on it, shout at it, called it’s mum names and all that jazz… but little bridging piece for what ever reason is just not wanting to work 100%.
if i hold the two blade together there is no issue, all the solder is fine too on the blade side,
making the blade gap smaller seems to have helped a little bit,
but there is still trigger pulls where it does not wanna close the circuit
so i am really lost…
has anyone had same or similar issues?