Shooting problems

Discussion in 'Electric Guns' started by S1lentkiller910, Nov 5, 2012.

  1. S1lentkiller910

    S1lentkiller910 New Member

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    A while ago my newest gun (a JG zombie killer M4) (no I did not get it because of the name) stopped working when I tried test firing. When it stopped working I had already shot a couple of rounds in full auto burst (semi doesn't work. It has always jammed even right out of the box) when a bb jammed in the barrel (not sure how) so I took the barrel off, unjammed it, and put it back on the gun would no longer fire. No sounds at all. I tried 2 diff batteries both which I knew we're charged. I also took the motor out but left it connected and the motor would not spin

    TL;DR my motor will not spin. Is it most likely a broken motor or a wiring problem? Is there any way to fix a wiring problem if there is one?
     
  2. Star_folder

    Star_folder New Member

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    Have you checked the fuse? There should be a plastic case wired into the wire, open it up, and there will be a fuse inside.
     

  3. S1lentkiller910

    S1lentkiller910 New Member

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    Yep first thing I checked. It looks fine. No black or anything
     
  4. Star_folder

    Star_folder New Member

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    When you pull the trigger on full auto, what does the trigger pull feel like? Can you describe it?
     
  5. S1lentkiller910

    S1lentkiller910 New Member

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    It is a normal trigger pull with a little weight to it like usual
     
  6. Ehudakineyah

    Ehudakineyah New Member

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    Try bypass the fuse just in case and run the motor out of the gearbox.

    Involuntarily you can check to see if the motor connectors are still connected :)
     
  7. S1lentkiller910

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    alright i did the fuse bypass and it didnt work still. besides just pulling a motor out of another gun, is there anyway to see if its the motor or the wires?
     
  8. Ehudakineyah

    Ehudakineyah New Member

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    Well, once you try the other motor, you'll know it's something to do with the wires or internal trigger contacts