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#1 newfie709

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Posted 23 May 2010 - 06:50 PM

Hey guys, this is my first post here. I have some issues here about my new TM-7. Limited edition olive! Anyways, I tried shooting some paint threw it there yesterday and Im having some issues with something internally. First off, there is a new battery installed. Input pressure is a constant 200psi. I just last night too out the bolt and cleaned it/lubed it and put it back in with the same issue occurring. The issue is, when fire the marker either with or without paint, it sounds like the bolt Isn't getting enough air to it to fire. Balls will barely come out of the barrel. Almost like there is this sticking sound? Any ideas? Solenoid or poppet? Its bran new just opened Friday and i cant use it >< sigh....

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Posted 23 May 2010 - 07:02 PM

will the bolt get stuck forward?
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Posted 23 May 2010 - 07:06 PM

i didnt look at the bolt when i fired it, i forgot. i will do that tomorrow soon as i get up. say if it does get stuck forward, what causes that issue. Also, my spring IS on correctly.

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Posted 02 July 2010 - 07:42 AM

This may not be my place to talk, but I belive you have a bad solinoid as a lot of tm-7 had bad solinoids, though I sugest you try to clean out the solinoid becuase there may just be some factory junk in there.

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Posted 02 July 2010 - 04:48 PM

I have a BT TM-7 Olive too!
I would assume that it would be the solenoid, I had some trouble with mine, and I had Kee themselves fix it, they threw on a brand new solenoid, and it works flawlessly, I even think they even put the solenoid upgrade onto it, because it sounds quiter now.
Just contact BT, and see if they can just have you ship them your gun, and have them replace it.


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Posted 02 July 2010 - 04:58 PM

This may not be my place to talk, but I belive you have a bad solinoid as a lot of tm-7 had bad solinoids, though I sugest you try to clean out the solinoid becuase there may just be some factory junk in there.



Not your place to talk?? But you're right. There were issues with the first few TM-7 solenoids. It was mostly the unbelievably thick factory grease but a few ran into real issues. That would be why there is an improved TM solenoid available. It's covered under waranty if you run into issues but if you'd rather not have to worry about it ou just drop in the new noid.
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Posted 04 July 2010 - 01:38 PM


This may not be my place to talk, but I belive you have a bad solinoid as a lot of tm-7 had bad solinoids, though I sugest you try to clean out the solinoid becuase there may just be some factory junk in there.



Not your place to talk?? But you're right. There were issues with the first few TM-7 solenoids. It was mostly the unbelievably thick factory grease but a few ran into real issues. That would be why there is an improved TM solenoid available. It's covered under waranty if you run into issues but if you'd rather not have to worry about it ou just drop in the new noid.



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Posted 18 August 2011 - 10:12 PM

my friend just had the same problem occur right after we dropped in the upgrade solenoid and bolt. Assuming it was the solenoid i took it out and replaced it with the original which worked flawlessly before but it's doing the same thing. i find it hard to believe that the old one crapped out right when he got a new one that was a dud. It's def installed the right way around and there are no leaks whatsoever. The bolt isn't sticking that we can tell. It's moving with all modes working. Any ideas?




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