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    TM G26 Advanced - Trigger Jammed

    All fixed, found out the problem and I believe it was caused by a different incident, not when I dropped the rucksack. Thanks for the advice though, Fordy
  2. The trigger on my Tokyo Marui G26 advanced has jammed, the gun was working perfectly and the trigger was smooth, until I dropped the rucksack it was in today onto quite a hard surface, when I checked to see if the gun was okay everything was apart from the trigger has jammed. The first part of the 2 stage trigger moves fine, but it is the main trigger that will not move at all. Any suggestions? Cheers (sorry for bad quality photos)
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    The gun is fixed Thanks for the advice on how to do it, in the end I just put a 0.2mm shim on the bevel gear and then twisted it a few times from the bottom of the gearbox with a thin screwdriver, before testing it on full auto. Think i've still got a lot to learn when it comes to gearbox's tho but there's still plenty of time for that I suppose since I'm only 15. Anyway, cheers
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    I am pretty sure the magnets are silver, Also, the spring that was in the gun when I fired it was the old spring, as I just wanted to get the standard gun going again, in case the new spring would cause a problem, if it was too strong or something, so I swapped back in the old spring to be sure it would work
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    I put a 0.2mm shim on the bevel gear and then twisted the bevel gear with a screwdriver a bit from the outside of the box when I put it back together, I then put the motor in and on full auto squeezed the trigger with a small burst and it fired, I then stopped and tried to fire again but now it is not so much a clicking noise, but a the motor trying to cycle, but it won't
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    I have no idea as I have little experience with the angle of engagement, could you tell me more as to where it should be?
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    Cheers Yeah ik, i shimmed them a couple of times but as I kept on having to take the gearbox apart over and over again I thaught I would save the trouble and once I get the thing working again I would take it apart and give it a proper shim, (probably stupid of me ik) hopefully I won't have to re-open it with this problem again tho
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    Thanks for the help The way you described to fit the AR latch and the way it was shown in the video was the way I had it installed, it may have been hard to tell from the picture, I have also moved the sector gear so that it is touching the fin of the tapper plate. This is how I had the AR latch fitted before if it is right
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    Does this look right to you guys? If so I'll put back together and try out your advice, just thaught I'd check.
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    Thanks for the information, it looks like I might be finishing work late tonight and so will have to try these tomorrow evening as that's when I'm next free, I will tell you what happens, cheers
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    Thanks for the advice, like I said I know you don't have to help me and I understand I am a noob, sorry to be a ball ache to help. Would you you be able to explain more about the triggers dead zone, do I just simply switch the gun to full auto and hold the trigger for a few seconds? And as the gearbox is currently together, should I try this tip now before I take the gearbox apart again to take pictures? Again thanks for the advice
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    Sorry for being a bit vague, I understand your frustration The gun is an SRC SR416 with a v3 gearbox, I have no knowledge about the old spring apart from the fps it shoots as it came stock with the gun and I can't find any information about it, the new spring is a M120 400fps, I have tried the advice of pulling motor out a bit to see if it still spins and it does, the trigger did also not pop out when I opened the gearbox. I did not yet try on fire it on full auto as I heard from a few people the spring can end up compressed and therefore loose its power ( probably a stupid thing to do I know but I'm new to this) as for the pictures I will send them when I get back from work, which will probably be around 9 o'clock, to help you get a better understanding, thanks for the help because I know neither of you have to give me a hand Alos, I think I have a rough idea, but could you explain more about the triggers "dead zone" (probably another stupid question but again I'm new ) again thanks for the help both of you are trying to give me, even if I'm being very vague with my answers so far, and if I still am just say, thanks
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