My JG T3-K3 G3A3 stopped shooting an the motor also stopped working.

Discussion in 'Gun Building, Modifications & Repairs' started by llbb010, Dec 7, 2012.

  1. llbb010

    llbb010 New Member

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    The battery is charge but I'm not sure if it is the battery, motor, or something else. Anyway when I pull the trigger nothing happens.
     
  2. S0m3_0n3

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    check your fuse. Also, did this just happen? or was it gradual? does it make any noise when you pull the trigger?
     

  3. llbb010

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    Okay thanks. It happened like half way through the mag. And yeah no noise when I pull the trigger. I can't feel anything moving either.
     
  4. Ehudakineyah

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    Probably a fuse blown.

    Or your motor connector came off, hopefully lol :)
     
  5. llbb010

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    Well it's not the fuse. I think something inside the motor broke. I guess I need a new motor. Should I buy a stock motor or save up for a high torque?

    EDIT: By motor connector do you mean the two wires/plugs that connect to the metal peices?

    EDIT: It's fixed I don't know how but it is. Anyway is a high torque worth it?
     
    Last edited: Dec 10, 2012
  6. Ehudakineyah

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    So what was the fix? ;) lol.

    Yes the 2 metal pieces that connect to the motor :)

    If you're gun is stock, then a high torque won't be worth much. The stock JG motor is fine.
     
  7. llbb010

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    Okay, thanks. :D I honestly don't know what the problem was. My dad insisted on being the one to work on it even though I know more about it... Of course my mom backed him up on that decision. Anyway The barrel is stuck in the (hop up?) even though I removed the barrel clip that holds it in place. Anything I can do to get it out?
     
  8. marine121496

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    It's probably not stuck rather the bucking is in tight, I don't advise removing a barrel unless you intend to do something like change bucking or barrel, messing with hop ups is a great way to lose a nub or rip a bucking, remember to turn hop all the way down if you insist on removing the barrel.
     
  9. llbb010

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    Okay. LOL I spoke too soon... I put the lower receiver on and I want to make sure it worked before I completely put it together. I took one shot (of course no ammo the upper and stock weren't on yet) in semi and now it's back to where it was (ÜB3RN00BC0DS0FT3RR4G3)